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Figure Out the Future Tense in Italian

When learning the Italian future tense, imagine a romantic scenario involving the gorgeous Trevi Fountain in Rome. Tradition holds that you can ensure a return visit to the Eternal City by standing with your back to the fountain and tossing a coin over your shoulder and into the water.

If you're really determined to return to Rome, review some key verbs in the future tense:

Amare
(to love)
Tornare
(to return)
Vedere
(to see)
Partire
(to leave)
io (I) amerò tornerò vedrò partirò
tu (you, inf.) amerai tornerai vedrai partirai
lui/lei/Lei (he/she/you form.) amerà tornerà vedrà partirà
noi (we) ameremo torneremo vedremo partiremo
voi (you) amerete tornerete vedrete partirete
loro/Loro (they/you form. pl.) ameranno torneranno vedranno partiranno
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