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Passato Prossimo: To Have or To Be?


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Grammar Rule

In Italian, the past is formed by the auxiliaryavere (to have) or essere (to be) + past participle. Which auxiliary to use depends on the type of verb.

Examples

ho mangiato

I have eaten

sono andato

I have gone