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Sunday 27th of August 2006 04:59:32 AMTranslations please!:
What do these words mean:
I found these on a grammar website that lists all of the conjugations of irregular verbs. So, here is the link.
And once there are translated, could somebody please tell me what they mean? I know that they're grammatical expressions, and I'm too sure if I will understand them, Grazie!
Monday 28th of August 2006 11:10:05 AMI know some...:
But I'm going to guess they are all verb tenses.
Monday 28th of August 2006 08:51:28 PM
Thanks, what does 'gerund' mean in English? :pAnia
Monday 28th of August 2006 09:25:19 PM
He surely meant geround! :)
It refers to 2 things:
* name of the activity, like leggere
Mi piace leggere tanto. - I like reading a lot.
* pariciple, like Andando a scuola, incontro Elena.
- Going to school, I meet Helen.
Monday 28th of August 2006 10:11:54 PM
Monday 28th of August 2006 10:41:34 PM
I am too lazy to write here everything about all those modes and tenses. So check out this site http://www.geocities.com/f_pollett/i-4-2.htmTiger
Monday 28th of August 2006 10:49:34 PM
Sunday 17th of September 2006 05:26:34 AMverb tenses given to me:
I was given these at the impariamo forum,later a member sent me a pm that they were all wrong.could someone tell me? 1,are you going down in the elevator?-lei scende nella ascensore? 2.were you going down in the elevator?-lei scerdeva nell ascensore? 3.did you go down in the elevator?-lei esceso nell ascensore? Return to the ITALIAN Archive
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