Irregular verbs in the conditional tense: verbs that take double r in Italian

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Irregular verbs in the conditional tense: verbs that take double r

Some verbs such as rimanere (to stay), venire (to come), tenere (to keep), volere (to want), bere (to drink) and valere (to be worth) are irregular in the conditional tense. They are conjugated by adding rr and adding the appropriate conditional ending, as follows:

Io berrei
Tu berresti
Lui/lei berrebbe
Noi berremmo
Voi berreste
Loro berrebbero
Io varrei
Tu varresti
Lui/lei varrebbe
Noi varremmo
Voi varreste
Loro varrebbero
Io rimarrei
Tu rimarresti
Lui/lei rimarrebbe
Noi rimarremmo
Voi rimarreste
Loro rimarrebbero

Terrei volentieri il tuo cane se avessi un giardino.

I would willingly keep your dog if I had a garden.

Se la tua auto fosse più grande, verrei con te.

If your car were bigger, I would come with you.

Vorrei consultare un esperto.

I would like to consult an expert.

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