Telefonare Passato Prossimo Conjugation

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

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Telefonare passato prossimo: Conjugation table and pronunciation

Telefonare has a regular past participle in the passato prossimo tense. Its helper verb is avere.

Telefonare passato prossimo pronunciation

Ihave called (on the phone)
ioho telefonato
you (s)have called
tuhai telefonato
he, shehas called
lui, leiha telefonato
wehave called
noiabbiamo telefonato
you (pl)have called
voiavete telefonato
theyhave called
lorohanno telefonato

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Telefonare passato prossimo: Examples

Ho telefonato a casa di Simone, ma non ha risposto nessuno.
I phoned Simone’s house, but no one answered.

woman waiting for a message on her phone

Hai telefonato in comune per rinnovare la carta di identità?
Did you phone the municipality to renew your identity card?

Mi ha telefonato l’ennesimo call center pubblicitario.
I got a call from yet another advertising call center.

Abbiamo telefonato in falegnameria per sapere se è pronto il mobile.
We phoned the carpentry shop to ask if the furniture is ready.

Avete telefonato alla nonna per farle gli auguri di buon compleanno?
Did you call grandma to wish her a happy birthday?

Mi hanno già telefonato sei volte stamattina per vendermi dei servizi che non ho mai richiesto!
They have already called me six times this morning to sell me services that I never asked for!

woman selling something on the phone

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

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