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What is the difference?

codehappyfeet7597
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What is the difference?

Postby codehappyfeet7597 » August 5th, 2012 8:13 pm

What is the difference between aiuto and aiutare? Grazie.

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Re: What is the difference?

Postby italiaguy8486 » October 12th, 2012 12:26 am

Ciao!
Did you know Italian verbs change depending on the pronoun used?
Aiutare is the verb meaning- 'To help'
Aiuto is the conjugation of 'Aiutare' referring to io (Italian for I).
So aiuto means 'I help'. You could also say 'Io aiuto' (I help).
See how -are is replaced with -o.
Thats part of Italian present tense verb conjugation. I hope this helps.

Here is a video how to conjugate 'Aiutare' - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2NtHKKvD ... e=g-crec-u
Please reply if you have any questions,

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