Here’s the third in our new series of A1 (beginner/elementary) Italian grammar exercises.
Today we have a useful one on whether to use the auxiliary verb ‘avere’ or ‘essere’ when forming a past tense.
If you know any French, that’s a start, because Italian is very similar in this respect.
Go here to try today’s exercise:
And/or here to view all of the exercises in the current series, including what’s coming:
Other suggestions, for the more enthusiastic students amongst you:
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