Daily Verb Lesson: Italian for agitate is agitare

The Italian word for agitate is the regular -ARE verb agitare.
... imagine you wave A GUITAR!

Agitare is conjugated like thousands of other -ARE verbs.
Agitare can also mean: to agitate, to wag, to shake, to move, to stir, to rouse; ro debate, to discuss
Related words include:
  - agitarsi (vr) : to stir, to fidget, wriggle around; to become restless, upset, worried.
  - agitato (past participle/adj) : agitated, upset, worried; restless; rough (ie sea).
  - l’agitazione (nf) : agitation, anxiety, nervousness.
  - essere/mettere in agitazione: to be on strike / to become worried.

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           to agitate: agitare
Imagine you wave A GUITAR!
agitare - VERB CONJUGATION TABLE - to agitate
Simple Tenses agitare  Present Participle: agitante

agito agiti agita agitiamo agitate agitano
Past Imperfect
agitavo agitavi agitava agitavamo agitavate agitavano
Simple Past
Passato remoto

agitai agitasti agitò agitammo agitaste agitarono
Futuro semplice

will agitate
agiterò agiterai agiterà agiteremo agiterete agiteranno

would agitate
agiterei agiteresti agiterebbe agiteremmo agitereste agiterebbero
Congiuntivo Presente

may agitate
agiti agiti agiti agitiamo agitiate agitino
Compound Tenses agitare  Past Particple: agitato
Present Perfect
Passato Prossimo

have agitated
ho agitato hai agitato ha agitato abbiamo agitato avete agitato hanno agitato
Past Perfect
Trapassato Prossimo

had agitated
avevo agitato avevi agitato aveva agitato avevamo agitato avevate agitato avevano agitato
Future Perfect
Futuro Anteriore

will have agitated
avrò agitato avrai agitato avrà agitato avremo agitato avrete agitato avranno agitato
Conditional Perfect
Condizionale Passato

would have agitated
avrei agitato avresti agitato avrebbe agitato avremmo agitato avreste agitato avrebbero agitato
Perfect Subjunctive
Congiuntivo Passato

may have agitated
abbia agitato abbia agitato abbia agitato abbiamo agitato abbiate agitato abbiano agitato

non agitare!
(non) agiti! (non) agitiamo! (non) agitate! (non) agitino!
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