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The Perfect Tense Il passato prossimo

The Perfect Tense Il passato prossimo. Look at the following 3 sentences. Ali played football yesterday. They have visited Paris 3 times. We did eat pizza. What do they have in common?. Is this done in the same way in each sentence?.

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The Perfect Tense Il passato prossimo

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  1. The Perfect TenseIl passato prossimo

  2. Look at the following 3 sentences. Ali played football yesterday They have visited Paris 3 times We did eat pizza What do they have in common? Is this done in the same way in each sentence? All 3 of these English tenses can be translated by just 1 tense in Italian. It is called… Il passato prossimo

  3. Each of the following sentences contains an example of the Passé Composé tense. Ali hagiacato a calcio ierie Hanno visitato Pariggi 3 volte Abbiamomangiato una pizza What is the first thing you notice about this tense? Look at the first of the highlighted words in each sentence. Where have you come across this before? As a reminder to you, here is the Present Tense of Avere

  4. The Present tense of Avere

  5. Now take a look at the second of the highlighted words in each sentence. Ali hagiacato a calcio ierie Hanno visitato Pariggi 3 volte Abbiamomangiato una pizza This is known as the Past Participle To form the past participle, take the infinitive(the form of the verb you find in the dictionary) and do the following: • For –ARE verbs, removethe–are and changeit to ato -é • For –IRE verbs, removethe–ire and changeit to-ito • For –REE verbs, removethe–ere and changeit touto

  6. Here are some examples of the 3 types of verb. Change the infinitive into the past participle parlare parlato mangiare mangiato finito finire vendere venuto

  7. So remember… The Passé Composé is made up of 2 parts. • The first is part of the present tense of Avere • The second if the past participle of the verb you want to put into the past Eg havenduto abbiamofinito ho comprato Past participle Part of avere

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