ITALIAN VERBS: pronouncing COMPRARE – passato prossimo – statements

By Manu Venditti | Advanced

Dec 02

 

This is Lesson 5 of a Series, all focusing on the verb COMPRARE.


Here are the sentences I use in this lesson:

 

We are working with the Passato Prossimo (Past Tense) of the regular -ARE verb COMPRARE (to buy), in the positive statement form.

1) IERI HO COMPRATO UN TELEFONO. 
(Yesterday I bought a telephone.)

2) LA SETTIMANA SCORSA HAI COMPRATO UNA CASA.
(Last week you bought a house.)

3) DOMENICA SCORSA LEI HA COMPRATO UNA UNA BICICLETTA.
(Last week she bought a bicycle.)

4) DOMENICA SCORSA MARIA HA COMPRATO UNA UNA BICICLETTA.
(Last week Maria bought a bicycle.)

5) DOMENICA SCORSA STEFANO HA COMPRATO UNA UNA BICICLETTA.
(Last week Stefano bought a bicycle.)

6) GIOVEDÌ ABBIAMO COMPRATO UNA MACCHINA NUOVA.
(Last Thursday we bought a new car.)

7) L’ALTRO IERI AVETE COMPRATO UNA PIZZA.
(The day before yesterday you guys bought a pizza.)

8) L’ANNO SCORSO HANNO COMPRATO UNA BARCA.
(Last year they bought a boat.)

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