How do you conjugate the 'congiuntivo imperfetto' for regular verbsin Italian?

The congiuntivo imperfetto may seem daunting but in reality is quite simple to conjugate as follows...

-are verbs (e.g. comprare)

io comprassi

tu comprassi

lui/lei comprasse

noi comprassimo

voi compraste

loro comprassero

-ere verbs (e.g. vendere)

io vendessi

tu vendessi

lui/lei vendesse

noi vendessimo

voi vendeste

loro vendessero

-ire verbs (e.g. partire)

io partissi

tu partissi

lui/lei partisse

noi partissimo

voi partiste

loro partissero

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