Prendere Passato Prossimo Conjugation

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

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Prendere passato prossimo: Conjugation table and pronunciation

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

Prendere passato prossimo pronunciation

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

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Prendere passato prossimo: Examples

Ho preso l’influenza un mese fa.
I caught the flu a month ago.

woman bedridden with the flu

Hai preso i biglietti per lo spettacolo?
Did you get tickets for the show?

Paolo ha preso un cucciolo di pastore tedesco.
Paul got a German shepherd puppy.

Abbiamo preso biscotti e patatine per la festa di stasera.
We got cookies and chips for tonight’s party.

Non avete preso l’aranciata? Ve la siete dimenticata!
Didn’t you get the orange soda? You forgot it!

I poliziotti hanno preso il ladro che ha svaligiato la gioielleria.
The policemen caught the thief who robbed the jewelry store.

thief caught by a cctv camera

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

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