In this lesson, we will look at the verb scrivere passato prossimo conjugation.
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Scrivere passato prossimo: Conjugation table and pronunciation
Scrivere has a regular past participle in the passato prossimo tense. Its helper verb is avere.
Scrivere passato prossimo pronunciation
|you (s)||have written|
|he, she||has written|
|lui, lei||ha scritto|
|you (pl)||have written|
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Scrivere passato prossimo: Examples
Ho scritto una lista delle cose che devo comprare.
I wrote a list of the things I need to buy.
Hai scritto una lettera alla nonna?
Did you write a letter to grandma?
Quanti libri ha scritto la Rowling?
How many books has Rowling written?
Abbiamo scritto una lettera di protesta all’amministratore.
We wrote a letter of complaint to the administrator.
Cosa avete scritto su questo foglio?
What did you write on this paper?
I bambini hanno scritto una poesia.
The children wrote a poem.
And that’s it, now you know the scrivere passato prossimo conjugation in Italian!
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