Ital215_3508 - 3/5/2008 2:59:00 PM Italian p 307 new wb...

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05/03/2008 14:59:00 Italian p 307 new wb (306 in mine I think) Gerundio  Usually corresponds to English present participle.
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- - Parlare-  Parland o - - Creder e-  creden do
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- - Dormire - Dormen do
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Imperfect: Dire, Bere, Fare (Remember latin spelling to form gerundio) Examples of attaching pronoun to Gerundio: o Not having fun I left the party Non divertendomi…. . o Not having fun she left the party Non divertendosi
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work Io  lavo ro I am  work ing o  However for I am working, if you’re doing it at that present moment  (very moment you’re expressing that idea) you use gerundio and verb  stare Io sto lavorando.  Che cosa stai lavorando- Are you working right now? Si, Sto lavorando- Yes I’m working right now.  If I was working and something happened-> Stavo  lavorando (use imperfect).  If you need reflexive: I was having fun, 
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This note was uploaded on 04/29/2008 for the course ITAL 215 taught by Professor Dalforno during the Spring '08 term at Binghamton University.

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