A1 Italian verbs "to do, to do work"

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* indicates the word has a reflexive form, es: fare* > fare, farsi, and both meanings are given, with the reflexive meaning preceeded by *
illuso indicates an irregular past particilple, all other verbs have the regular endings, -ato, -uto and -ito,

A1- 1Hint: "to obtain or to pass to another"

italian infinitive definition
avereto have
accolgiereto receive
ricevereto receive
renderer*to give back, return; *to make oneself
dare*to give; *to devote oneself, *to give oneself
porgereto offer
ridareto return (to give back)
mandareto send
spedireto send, to mail

A1-2 Hint : "make like it is"

italian infinitive definition
assomgliareto look like
fingere*to pretend, to fake, *to pretend to be ...., *to play to be....
deludereto delude
illudereto trick, to illude illuso
approfittare (di)to take advantage

A1-3 Hint: "to do"in general

italian infinitive definition
fare* (facere)to do, to make, * to do oneself, *to make oneself fatto
rendere (to make, to give back) reso
preparare*to prepare, *to get (oneself) ready
produrreto produce prodotto
condurreto conduct condotto
compiereto finish, to complete compiuto
attuareto implement, to put into effect
participareto participate

A1-4 Hint: "to work

italian infinitive definition
assumereto hire ammesso
disoccupareto be out of work
impiegareto employ, to use
lavorareto work
ammettereto admit, to acknowledge
consigliereto recommend
raccomandareto recommend

A1-5 Hint: "to work hard"

italian infinitive definition
affaticare*to be weary , *to wear yourself out
faticareto fatigue, to work hard
stancare*to be tired, *to tire yourself out
sfinireto wear, to frazzle, to exhaust
annoiarsito get bored (reflexive verb or adjective)