In this lesson, we will look at the verb cercare passato prossimo conjugation.
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Cercare passato prossimo: Conjugation table and pronunciation
Cercare has a regular past participle in the passato prossimo tense. Its helper verb is avere.
Cercare passato prossimo pronunciation
|I||have looked for|
|you (s)||have looked for|
|he, she||has looked for|
|lui, lei||ha cercato|
|we||have looked for|
|you (pl)||have looked for|
|they||have looked for|
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Cercare passato prossimo: Examples
Ho cercato di sollevare il pacco.
I tried to lift the package.
Hai cercato anche sotto al letto?
Did you also look under the bed?
Giorgio ha cercato di aiutarci, ma non abbiamo trovato alcuna soluzione.
Giorgio tried to help us, but we found no solution.
Abbiamo cercato il cappello dappertutto!
We looked everywhere for the hat!
Non avete cercato di fermare il ladro?
Didn’t you try to stop the thief?
Hanno cercato un posto dove dormire.
They looked for a place to sleep.
And that’s it, now you know the cercare passato prossimo conjugation in Italian!
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