In this lesson, we will look at the verb dire passato prossimo conjugation.
Listen to the pronunciation as many times as you need and then listen to the example sentences to commit it to memory. Italian verbs have never been so easy!
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Dire passato prossimo: Conjugation table and pronunciation
Dire has an irregular past participle in the passato prossimo tense. Its helper verb is avere.
Dire passato prossimo pronunciation
|you (s)||have said|
|he, she||has said|
|lui, lei||ha detto|
|you (pl)||have said|
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Dire passato prossimo: Examples
Ti ho detto di smetterla!
I told you to stop it!
Hai detto a Sara di venire dopo le 8 di stasera?
Did you tell Sara to come after 8 o’clock tonight?
Tuo fratello ha detto di voler piantare dei meli in giardino.
Your brother said he wanted to plant apple trees in the garden.
Avevamo detto a Luca di lasciare la macchina in garage.
We had told Luca to leave the car in the garage.
Cosa avete detto all’insegnante?
What did you tell the teacher?
Ci hanno detto che vi sposerete il mese prossimo… È vero?
We were told that you are getting married next month… Is that true?
And that’s it, now you know the dire passato prossimo conjugation in Italian!
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