The imperative of fare (to do)

Fare (to do) is an irregular verb, meaning that we don't form it the same way as regular verbs ending in -are.

(tu) fai/fa'/fa
(lei) faccia
(noi) facciamo
(voi) fate
(loro) facciano

The verbs contraffare (to counterfeit, to forge) and rifare (to redo, to do again) are conjugated the same way.

Fai/fa'/fa quello che ti dico!fare, imperativo presente

Do what I tell you!

Contraffaccia queste banconote! contraffare, imperativo presente

Forge these banknotes!

Rifate tutti gli esercizi di matematica. rifare, imperativo presente

Redo all of the math exercises.

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