Italian verbs with prepositions: 10 must know verbs with their prepositions

Italian verbs with preposition can be tricky!

If you ever had problems with matching Italian prepositions to verbs this Italian grammar lesson is for you. Download the learning sheet with notes from this lesson right here and follow along.

This verb & preposition combinations list feature 10 Italian verbs for beginners (and their prepositions) which can help you get those prepositions in Italian finally right!!

Below are some useful time stamps in case you are in a rush )but you can watch the whole class and try the quizzes):

  • 4:07 verbs with the preposition A
  • 21:27 verbs with the preposition DI (also check the info card for correct present tense of “iniziare” –as I got confused in the video!)
  • 41:53 why “pensare” goes with both prepositions DI and A

Download the learning sheet with notes from this lesson right here and make sure you subscribe to know when the next live Italian lesson is — so you can join us!

You can also join my free facebook group “Italian for English Speakers ” right here for extra practice.

Finally, if you’d like learn more about Italian verbs, make sure you also watch this lesson right here.

A presto,

Ermy**

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