The present subjunctive form of regular -ire verbs

There are two ways to conjugate verbs ending in -ire in the present subjunctive.

Spero che questo film finisca bene. 

I hope this film ends well.

E’ necessario che partiate con un passaporto valido.

You need a valid passport when you leave.

Io finisca
Tu finisca
Lui/lei finisca
Noi finiamo
Voi finiate
Loro finiscano

Spero che lui capisca il mio punto di vista.

I hope he understands my point of view.

Temo che distribuiscano la posta quando non siamo a casa.

I'm worried they'll deliver the mail when we're not at home.

Io parta
Tu parta
Lui/lei parta
Noi partiamo
Voi partiate
Loro partano
Io senta
Tu senta
Lui/lei senta
Noi sentiamo
Voi sentiate
Loro sentano

Voglio che sentiate bene la voce del cantante.

I want you to hear the singer's voice well.

Spero che tu scopra presto la verità.

I hope that you discover the truth.

Note: 90% of -ire verbs conjugate like finire (to finish), such as pulire (to clean), unire (to unite), capire (to understand), distribuire (to distribute), etc. The rest conjugate like partire (to leave), such as aprire (to open), dormire (to sleep), sentire (to hear; to feel), scoprire (to discover), etc. 

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