Here are some useful links.
1. Italian conjugation on Wikipedia
2. Italian verbs conjugator on www.italiann-verbs.com
Mangiare = to eat
io mangio = I eat
tu mangi = you eat
lui/lei mangia = he/she/it eats
noi mangiare = we eat
voi mangiate = You eat
loro mangano = they eat
No, you are mixing up adjectives and verbs. In German the article's gender effects adjective endings, not verbs. Der, die & das are articles. In German he, she and it have the same verb endings, independent of gender, just like Italian. German : Er isst, sie isst, es isst, Italian: Lui mangia, Lei mangia, esso/essa mangia
Knowing the infinitive endings of verbs helps immensely when conjugating. Outside of some exceptions, all -are verbs will conjugate the same way as each other, all -ere verbs will conjugate the same way, and ditto for -ire verbs.
IDK. Maybe it's just because learning infinitives first is how I did it in high school Spanish class, but I just feel like learning verbs in general is easier when you learn the infinitive first.
Frustrated... Tu mangi = You eat??? Keep getting wrong answer help needed!!!!!
i get things wrong because you have to put a dot at the end of the sentence
Kind of.. When you tell someone "Eat" you mean "Come on, man, start eating". Does this sentence mean the same? It'll be a bit strange to say "You eat" in the same case, at least for me, a non native english speaker. I think "You eat " here means you eat (apples, bread, food, etc) in general, or you eat cake every Wednesday for example. The sentence is not properly finished because we are still in the beginning of learning Italian and we don't need the whole now. Please, tell me if I'm wrong, I really need to improve my English