By Paul Noble
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Ready, set, go! il weekend (eel weekend) the weekend romantico (roe-man-teek-oh) romantic fantastico (fan-tass-teek-oh) fantastic politico (pol-ee-teek-oh) political illogico (ee-lodge-eek-oh) illogical Ho (o) I have visitato (visit-art-oh) visited Ho visitato (o visit-art-oh) I have visited / I visited / I did visit Roma (roam-er) Rome Napoli (nap-oh-lee) Naples Ho visitato Napoli. (o visit-art-oh nap-oh-lee) I have visited Naples / I visited Naples / I did visit Naples. passato (pass-art-oh) spent Ho passato (o pass-art-oh) I have spent / I spent / I did spend Ha (a) You have Ha passato (a pass-art-oh) You have spent / You spent / You did spend Abbiamo (ab-ee-arm-oh) We have Abbiamo passato (ab-ee-arm-oh pass-art-oh) We have spent / We spent / We did spend settembre (se-tem-bray) September il Natale (eel nat-arl-ay) Christmas a Roma (a roam-er) in Rome in Italia (een eet-al-yer) in Italy in Svizzera (een zvee-tser-er) in Switzerland Abbiamo passato il Natale in Svizzera.
O visit-art-oh roam-er) Once again, it is exactly the same in Italian. “I have visited Rome”, “I visited Rome” and “I did visit Rome” are all said in precisely the same way. In fact this is one of the many wonderful things about Italian: you get three English tenses for the price of one Italian one! “I have visited Rome”, “I visited Rome” and “I did visit Rome” are all simply: Ho visitato Roma. (o visit-art-oh roam-er) Let’s try this 3 For the Price of 1 Special Offer again now but this time with a different example.