Mettere Conjugation - Conjugate Mettere in Italian
Mettere is an Italian irregular verb meaning to put. Mettere appears on the 100 Most Used Italian Verbs Poster as the 26th most used irregular verb.
Mettere Conjugation: Present Tense
*Irregular forms in bold.
Mettere Passato Prossimo
The passato prossimo of Mettere is formed by combining the auxiliary verb avere with the past participle messo.
The gerundio of Mettere is mettendo.
Regular vs. Irregular Verbs
A verb is called a regular verb when its conjugation follows a typical pattern. A verb which does not follow these patterns exactly is called an irregular verb. In Italian, the 3 regular patterns are for verbs ending in are, ere, and ire.
Italian Conjugation Chart
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