Do you use to have or to be for the past in Italian?

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David
published
11 days ago

Which is the correct auxiliary verb?

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answered by
Davi
published
11 days ago

Ciao! 😀 Both. It depends on the verb you want to turn into the past. Generally speaking if it's a movement, the verb to be or a reflexive verb, you use the verb to be as auxiliary verb. For the rest, you need to have.

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