ITALIAN VERBS: pronouncing COMPRARE – negative present tense

By Manu Venditti | Advanced

Oct 22

 

This is Lesson 2 of a Series, all focusing on the verb COMPRARE.


Here are the sentences I use in this lesson:

 

We are working with the Present Tense of the regular -ARE verb COMPRARE (to buy), in the negative form.

1) DOMANI NON COMPRO UN TELEFONO
(I’m not buying a phone tomorrow)

2) DOMANI NON COMPRI UNA CASA
(You’re not buying a house tomorrow)

3) LA SETTIMANA PROSSIMA LEI NON COMPRA UNA BICICLETTA
(Next week she is not buying a bike)

4) SABATO PROSSIMO LEI NON COMPRA UNA SEDIA
(Next Saturday she is not  buying a chair)

5) DOMANI NON COMPRIAMO UNA MACCHINA NUOVA
(Tomorrow we are not buying a new car)

6) VOI NON COMPRATE UNA PIZZA STASERA
(You guys are not buying a pizza tonight)

7) QUEST’ANNO LORO NON COMPRANO UNA BARCA
(This year they are not buying a boat)

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