Dovere (to have to), potere (to be able to) and sapere (to know, to know how to) in the conditional.

The verbs dovere (to have to), potere (to be able to) and sapere (to know, to know how to) are irregular in the conditional tense.

Dovere
Io dovrei
Tu dovresti
Lui/lei dovrebbe
Noi dovremmo
Voi dovreste
Loro dovrebbero
Potere
Io potrei
Tu potresti
Lui/lei potrebbe
Noi potremmo
Voi potreste
Loro potrebbero
Sapere
Io saprei
Tu sapresti
Lui/lei saprebbe
Noi sapremmo
Voi sapreste
Loro saprebbero

Dovresti imparare a guidare la macchina.

You should learn to drive the car.

Potremmo andare al mare domani. 

We could go to the coast tomorrow.

Sapreste dirmi la capitale dell'Italia? 

Could you tell me the capital of Italy?, literally, “Would you know how to tell me…?”



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