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What then in love can woman do? If we grow fond they shun us. And when we fly them, they pursue: But leave us when they've won us.
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Italian

Etymology

Latin precari from prex

Verb

pregare intransitive

  1. To pray

pregare transitive

  1. to pray to something
  2. to beg

Conjugation

simple compound
infinitive pregare avere pregato
gerund pregando use gerund of avere plus pregato
present participle pregante
past participle pregato
person singular plural
first second third first second third
indicative io tu lui/lei noi voi loro
simple
tenses
present prego preghi prega preghiamo pregate pregano
imperfect pregavo pregavi pregava pregavamo pregavate pregavano
past remote pregai pregasti pregò pregammo pregaste pregarono
future pregherò pregherai pregherà pregheremo pregherete pregheranno
conditional pregherei pregheresti pregherebbe pregheremmo preghereste pregherebbero
compound
tenses
perfect Use the present tense of avere plus the past participle
pluperfect Use the imperfect tense of avere plus the past participle
past anterior Use the past remote tense of avere plus the past participle
future perfect Use the future tense of avere plus the past participle
past conditional Use the conditional tense of avere plus the past participle
subjunctive che io che tu che lui/che lei che noi che voi che loro
simple
tenses
present preghi preghi preghi preghiamo preghiate preghino
imperfect pregassi pregassi pregasse pregassimo pregaste pregassero
compound
tenses
past Use the present subjunctive of avere plus the past participle
pluperfect Use the imperfect subjunctive of avere plus the past participle
imperative - tu lui/lei noi voi loro
prega preghi preghiamo pregate preghino


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