ITALIAN VERBS: pronouncing COMPRARE – passato prossimo – NEGATIVE statements

By Manu Venditti | Advanced

Dec 16

 

This is Lesson 6 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 negative statement form.

1) IERI NON HO COMPRATO UN TELEFONO. 
(Yesterday I did not buy a telephone.)

2) LA SETTIMANA SCORSA NON HAI COMPRATO UNA CASA.
(Last week you did not buy a house.)

3) DOMENICA SCORSA MARIA NON HA COMPRATO UNA UNA BICICLETTA.
(Last week Maria did not buy a bicycle.)

4) DOMENICA SCORSA STEFANO NON HA COMPRATO UNA UNA BICICLETTA.
(Last week Stefano did not buy a bicycle.)

5) GIOVEDÌ NON ABBIAMO COMPRATO UNA MACCHINA NUOVA.
(Last Thursday we did not buy a new car.)

6) L’ALTRO IERI NON AVETE COMPRATO UNA PIZZA.
(The day before yesterday you guys did not buy a pizza.)

7) L’ANNO SCORSO NON HANNO COMPRATO UNA BARCA.
(Last year they did not buy a boat.)

Please, notify me when this Course is available!

Sì, avvisami quando questo corso è disponibile!

Looking for a Structured, Ongoing program to Learn Italian? Check out 'From Zero to Italian' then!

ITALY MADE EASY
ACADEMY

Coming soon

Get ready for the first online Platform FULLY dedicated to helping YOU learn, improve, Master the Italian Language. 

  • Online courses
  • Get your homework corrected
  • Practice Quizzes
  • Forums
  • Live Chat with native Italians
  • Get the HELP you need
Get NOTIFIED when the Academy launches!
x