Perdere Passato Prossimo Conjugation

In this lesson, we will look at the verb perdere passato prossimo conjugation.

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Perdere passato prossimo: Conjugation table and pronunciation

Perdere has an irregular past participle in the passato prossimo tense. Its helper verb is avere.

Perdere passato prossimo pronunciation

Ihave lost
ioho perso
you (s)have lost
tuhai perso
he, shehas lost
lui, leiha perso
wehave lost
noiabbiamo perso
you (pl)have lost
voiavete perso
theyhave lost
lorohanno perso

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Perdere passato prossimo: Examples

Ho perso le chiavi di casa.
I lost my house keys.

set of keys

Hai perso il senso dell’orientamento?
Have you lost your sense of direction?

Leonardo ha perso i suoi occhiali da vista.
Leonardo has lost his eyeglasses.

Abbiamo perso i nostri biglietti.
We lost our tickets.

Perché avete perso il treno stamattina?
Why did you miss the train this morning?

Tre dipendenti hanno perso il lavoro.
Three employees lost their jobs.

drawing of a man who lost his job

And that’s it, now you know the perdere passato prossimo conjugation in Italian!


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