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Pluralia tantum

In Italian, there are a group of nouns called “pluralia tantum,” a Latin term that means “nomi solamenti plurali” or “nouns that are only plural” — the list below contains some popular nouns that are only used in the plural (note any exceptions). There are also nouns that are “singularia tantum” or “nomi solamenti singolari” (“nouns ...

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Understanding verbs: dare

Understanding verbs: dare
The verb dare means to give. It is an irregular verb in the present tense and is used in a variety of idiomatic expressions. Dare can be seen below in the present tense:         Dare requires avere in compound tenses; the past participle is dato. Nota bene: Don’t forget about the accent mark on the third person singular, ...