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I Want, I Can, I Must

We have said several times how important it is to learn and practice verbs and it is a known fact that your knowledge of verbs will truly determine your real level of Italian language.

Today, we’re learning and practicing three very important Italian verbs together with a lot of useful, ready-to-use sentences and expressions.

The three verbs are the so-called “modal verbs” or “helping verbs”: volere (to want), potere (can), and dovere (must, to have to).

These verbs have different meanings when used in different tenses and you absolutely must know how to properly use them in order to be able to understand and speak “la bella lingua”… so, let’s get to work.

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