Uscire (to go out) in the present tense

Uscire (to go out) is an irregular verb, as are its derivatives, such as riuscire (to succeed, to manage). They are conjugated as follows in the present tense: 

Io esco
Tu esci
Lui/lei esce
Noi usciamo
Voi uscite
Loro escono
Io riesco
Tu riesci
Lui/lei riesce
Noi riusciamo
Voi riuscite
Loro riescono

Ti ho detto che esco a fare la spesa. 

I told you that I am going out to do the shopping.

Marco riesce a superare sempre tutto. 

Marco always manages to overcome everything.

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