Daily Verb Lesson: Italian for continue is continuare

The Italian verb for continue is the regular -ARE verb continuare.
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Continuare is conjugated like thousands of other regular -ARE verbs.
Continuare means: to carry on, to go on, to keep going.
Related words include:
  - la continuazione (nf) : continuation; sequel.
  - parlare in continuazione : ro ramble, to carry on talking.
  - continuativo (adj) : continuing, continuous.
  - continuamente (adv) : continually, constantly, ceaselessly.

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           to continue : continuare
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continuare - VERB CONJUGATION TABLE - to continue
Simple Tenses continuare  Present Participle: continuante

continuo continui continua continuiamo continuate continuano
Past Imperfect
continuavo continuavi continuava continuavamo continuavate continuavano
Simple Past
Passato remoto

continuai continuasti continuò continuammo continuaste continuarono
Futuro semplice

will continue
continuerò continuerai continuerà continueremo continuerete continueranno

would continue
continuerei continueresti continuerebbe continueremmo continuereste continuerebbero
Congiuntivo Presente

may continue
continui continui continui continuiamo continuiate continuino
Compound Tenses continuare  Past Particple: continuato
Present Perfect
Passato Prossimo

have continued
ho continuato hai continuato ha continuato abbiamo continuato avete continuato hanno continuato
Past Perfect
Trapassato Prossimo

had continued
avevo continuato avevi continuato aveva continuato avevamo continuato avevate continuato avevano continuato
Future Perfect
Futuro Anteriore

will have continued
avrò continuato avrai continuato avrà continuato avremo continuato avrete continuato avranno continuato
Conditional Perfect
Condizionale Passato

would have continued
avrei continuato avresti continuato avrebbe continuato avremmo continuato avreste continuato avrebbero continuato
Perfect Subjunctive
Congiuntivo Passato

may have continued
abbia continuato abbia continuato abbia continuato abbiamo continuato abbiate continuato abbiano continuato

non continuare!
(non) continui! (non) continuiamo! (non) continuate! (non) continuino!
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