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QUEEN'SITLN 010Elena CecchettoFall

ITLN010 Final: 20: Trapassato - Past Perfect

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Trapassato is the exact equivalent of the english past perfect (i had worked, they had left), expresses a past action that took place before another pa
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ITLN 010 Study Guide - Final Guide: Infinitive, Dic Entertainment

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Another past tense, used to describe habitual actions and states of being in the past: Guardavo fiction tutti i giorni i used to watch (watched) tv ser
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ITLN 010 Study Guide - Final Guide: Reflexive Verb, Transitive Verb, Pronoun

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A reflexive verb is a transitive verb whose action is directed back to its subject, subject and object are the same: I consider myself intelligent; we
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ITLN010 Final: 18: Imperfetto e Passato Prossimo - Imperfect and Past Tense

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Imperfetto e passato prossimo (imperfect and past tense) Passato prossimo and imperfetto are often used together to account past events, they express d
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ITLN 010 Study Guide - Final Guide: Torta, Interrogative Word

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ITLN 010 Study Guide - Final Guide: Infinitive

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Indirect object pronouns replace indirect object nouns. They are identical in form to direct- object pronouns except for the third-person forms: le, gl
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ITLN 010 Study Guide - Final Guide: Infinitive

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The verbs conoscere and sapere both correspond to the english verb to know, but they have different meanings. Conoscere means to know in the sense of t
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ITLN 010 Study Guide - Final Guide: Auxiliary Verb, Infinitive, Mia Madre

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Passato prossimo is a past tense that reports an action or event that was completed in the past. Consists of two words: the present tense of avere or e
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ITLN 010 Study Guide - Final Guide: Essenes, Citta

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Most verbs use avere to form the passato prossimo but many common verbs use essere. The past participle of a verb forms the passato prossimo with esser
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ITLN 010 Study Guide - Final Guide: Preposition And Postposition

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Italian prepositions: a da di in su con dra/tra per at, to from of in, to, into on, over with between, among for. When the prepositions a, da, di, in,
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ITLN 010 Study Guide - Final Guide: Infinitive

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Direct object is the direct recipient of the action of a verb: Verbs that take direct object are called transitive verbs, those that do not take a dire
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ITLN010 Final: 9: Questo e Quello - This and That

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Questo (this) indicates things that are near the speaker. It has four forms: questo, questa, questi, queste. The contraction quest" is common before si
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