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Italian 102 - Exam 3 Study Guide

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Exam three will be focusing on passato prossimo with avere and essere, as well as the vocabulary for free time and activities.
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Dr. Paolino
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Date Created: 10/03/16
Esame di Terza “Third Exam” Il passato prossimo con AVERE ed ESSERE 1. (present indicative conjugation according to the subject for avere or essere) + (past participle of the verb) 2. Use of avere or essere is dependent on the verb. ⁃ Ask the questions… “what did you do?” or “where did you go?” ⁃ Typically “what did you do?” is answered with AVERE ⁃ Per Esempio ⁃ What did you do yesterday? ⁃ Ho fatto i compiti. ⁃ Typically “where did you go?” is answered with ESSERE ⁃ Per Esempio ⁃ Where did you go? ⁃ Sono andato in biblioteca. ⁃ When the passato prossimo requires essere, the past participle depends on the subject in gender and number For example: ⁃ Sono andato/a ⁃ Sono andati/e Past participles 1. Remove infinitive ending and add for: ⁃ -are -> -ato ⁃ -ere -> -uto ⁃ -ire -> ito Per Esempio 2. (Io) ho mangiato 3. (Lui) ha pulito 4. (Lei) ha pulito 5. (Loro) hanno capito 6. (Lui) è andato/a 7. (Lei) è andato/a 8. (Loro) sono andati/e You will have to memorize irregular past participles and which verbs use essere and avere Vocabolario sul tempo libero: Andare* 1. …a teatro ⁃ to the theater 2. …a un concerto ⁃ to a concert 3. …a un museo ⁃ to a museum 4. fuori a cena ⁃ …out to diner 5. …in campagna ⁃ in the countryside 6. …in montagna ⁃ to the mountains 7. …in palestra ⁃ to the gym Annoiarsi* ⁃ to get bored Chiacchierare ⁃ to chat Fare Spese ⁃ to go shopping Fare una gita ⁃ to take an excursion Fare un viaggio ⁃ to take a trip Giocare a billardo/ a sacchi ⁃ to play pool/ chess Guardare un DVD ⁃ to watch a DVD Leggere i fumetti ⁃ to read comic books Suonare la batteria/ il piano (il pianoforte) ⁃ to play the drums/ the piano Allenarsi* ⁃ to practice, to train Andare a cavallo ⁃ to go horseback riding Il costume da bagno ⁃ bathing suit Fare* ⁃ to do 1. aerobica ⁃ to do aerobics 2. atletica leggera ⁃ to do track & field 3. bodybuilding ⁃ to lift weights 4. ciclismo ⁃ to bicycle 5. equitazione ⁃ to go horseback riding 6. footing ⁃ to jog 7. …Il tifo per ⁃ to root for Giocare ⁃ to play 1. …a bowling ⁃ bowling 2. …a hockey ⁃ hockey 3. …a pallacanestro/ a basket ⁃ basketball 4. …a pallavolo ⁃ volleyball Le attività sportive: Il giocatore/ la giocatrice ⁃ player La mazza ⁃ bat, club La palla ⁃ ball Il pallone ⁃ (soccer) ball La partita ⁃ game I pattini ⁃ skates Praticare/ fare uno sport ⁃ practice/ to play a sport La racchetta da tennis ⁃ tennis racket Gli sci ⁃ skis La squadra ⁃ team Il tifoso/ la tifosa ⁃ fan La tuta ⁃ sweats Vincere ⁃ to win I programmi per il weekend: Cosa danno al…? ⁃ What is playing at…? Mettersi d’accordo ⁃ to come to an agreement Mi dispiace ⁃ I’m sorry Mi/ti/gli/le piacerebbe ⁃ I/ you/ he/she would like… Ti va di + INIFINTIVE…? ⁃ Do you feel like…? (Non) Mi va di + INFINITIVE… ⁃ I do (not) feel like… Vorrei/ vorresti/ vorrebbe ⁃ I would like/ you would like/ he/she would like Il passato prossimo con i verbi riflessivi Almost all reflexive verbs are used with ESSERE and requires its unique reflexive pronoun!!! Per Esempio 1. Yesterday, I woke up at 8. ⁃ Ieri, mi sono svegliato alle otto. 2. Last night, you fell asleep at 10. ⁃ Ieri notte, ti sei addormentato alle dieci. il SI IMPERSONALE Verbi da studiare: ascoltare, chiacchierare, fare, vedere, svegliarsi, andare, leggere, mettersi, stare, arrivare, divertirsi, allenarsi, prepararsi, addormentarsi, mettersi d'accordo)


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