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Passato prossimo

The Passato Prossimo is one of the most important past tenses in Italian and is often used to talk about completed actions or events in the past. It is formed by taking the auxiliary verb "avere" or "essere" in the present tense and combining it with the past participle of the main verb.

Question 1:
Voi (stare) a Roma per le vacanze di Pasqua.
Question 2:
(Rimanere) a casa perché non mi sento bene.
Question 3:
Noi (andare) al concerto di Andrea Bocelli a Padova.
Question 4:
Molti alberi (cadere) durante la tempesta.
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