The verbs andare, vedere and vivere in the conditional

The verbs andare (to go), vedere (to see) and vivere (to live) are irregular in the conditional.

Io andrei
Tu andresti
Lui/lei andrebbe
Noi andremmo
Voi andreste
Loro andrebbero
Io vedrei
Tu vedresti
Lui/lei vedrebbe
Noi vedremmo
Voi vedreste
Loro vedrebbero
Io vivrei
Tu vivresti
Lui/lei vivrebbe
Noi vivremmo
Voi vivreste
Loro vivrebbero

Andrei al mare, se ci fosse il sole.

I would go to the coast if it were sunny.

Vedremmo i nostri amici, se avessimo tempo.

We would see our friends if we had time.

Vivresti bene qui in campagna.

You would live well here in the countryside.

Note: derivatives of these verbs also behave in the same way.

  • Andare (to go): riandare (to go again).
  • Vedere (to see): rivedere (to see again), stravedere (to be mistaken, to be seeing things), etc.
  • Vivere (to live): sopravvivere (to survive), convivere (to live together, to co-exist), rivivere (to relive), etc.

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