Past Participle Agreement Italian

There are other cases with the auxiliary adverb “avere” where the consent of the past is optional with the direct object, with a tendency in modern Italian not to make such an agreement. They are widely discussed in Serianni`s book. Some of them are explained in this article by Accademia della Crusca. I have often read that the ends of the past participant do not change when used in combination with the auxiliary adverb “avere”. However, I am increasingly finding that this is not the case. For example, I recently met him: that is, an agreement is mandatory if participation refers to one of the pronouns that precedes it: “lo,” “la,” “li,” “the.” First of all, we are talking about the “agreement” of the past particle: the past participant, used as tense with Avere and Passato prossimo, does not change when it comes to sex and plurality. You say ho messo a posto il frullatore und ho messo a posto i temperini nel cassetto. Please note that we cannot use these old entries just to speak in the past. We always need an auxiliary verb in front of them! Not quite about the participatory – but readers like – bound are to appreciate — the video on “Il congiuntivo” by Lorenzo Baglioni to When the verb we want to express in the past uses AVERE as a tool, we do not worry about the change of past participation. It doesn`t matter who the subject or the object is.

Here is the past participant with the direct object pronodem. You will notice that the number and gender of the former participant corresponds to the direct object that I highlighted in blue. In case of use with avere, the past participant always ends with the singular male o, unless the verb pronomen it, he, or it precedes. The question of the earlier participatory agreement with the auxiliary verb “avere”, if the direct object is present in the sentence, is addressed in sections 365 to 369 of Luca Serianni`s book Italiano. In section 365, this author explains: as there is li, the past participation is decimated on the basis of the plurality of the object. If we use the past in a participatory way with essere, it must correspond with the theme of sex and numbers. This means that the end of the past participatory must be changed to: o if the subject is male singular i, if the subject is plural male has, if the subject is female cingular, if the subject is plural female 3), if the auxiliary verb is AVERE and we use a direct pronoun before the verb, it exists. Whenever we use a verb in the prossimo passato and we use this verb ESSERE as a tool, then the particle of the past has all 4 options (as an adjective): . MI SONO SVEGLIATO (Singular maskuline Subject)I woke up It`s because we put the object BEFORE the verb, so that it creates the expectation of gender and number. We use ESSERE for all intransitative verbs (verbs that do not take object and action refers to the subject – “to die” … You can`t “die,” can you? – “To go” …

it`s that you`re 15th, you`re moving yourself, not someone else). See what happened? Andare`s past, which is ANDATO, has turned into a female!!!! For example, the verb SVEGLIARSI (wake up) in the prossimo passato would look like this: .