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Stare Futuro

Stare Futuro

Stare Futuro

It’s a really complicated and overwhelming subject that people don’t want to hear about, but it’s a topic that appears closer to us with every passing day.

Stare

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"Stare" is used to talk about all things, from how you’re doing to where you’re at in Italy, so it’s best if you feel comfortable using this word in all its forms. What’s more, it’s an irregular verb, so it doesn’t follow the typical "-are" verb ending pattern. Following, you’ll find all of its conjugation tables and examples, so you can become more familiar with using "stare."

Aiutiamo le società industriali a superare indenni e stare al passo con i radicali mutamenti che interessano i rispettivi mercati. La combinazione unica delle nostre società dimostra l’importanza di applicare tecnologie all’avanguardia e proporre solide offerte finanziarie e assicurative per offrire ai clienti risultati commerciali tangibili. (Source: relayr.io)

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L’Internet of Things industriale sta rivoluzionando le modalità attraverso le quali tutti i settori opereranno nel prossimo futuro. In qualità di gruppo industriale, dobbiamo stare al passocon queste innovazioni. [...] relayr ci assiste nelle sfide commerciali e tecniche legate alla digitalizzazione.

The "futuro anteriore" is a "compound tense" (like the "passato prossimo") because it is formed with one of the auxiliary verbs ("essere" or "avere") plus the past participle of a verb. Whether it requires "essere" or "avere", depends on the verb. If the verb is a transitive verb, it requires the auxiliary "avere". If the verb is intransitive (like most verbs that express movement or state of being) or if the verb is reflexive, it requires the auxiliary "essere". (Source: www.cyberitalian.com)

Passato

While the imperfetto is used for recurring actions in the past or for events that happened not too long ago, the passato remoto is used to talk about something that took place months, or years ago. However, it’s rarely used in real life (with the exception of some regional uses, especially in Southern Italy).

The "futuro anteriore" is a "compound tense" (like the "passato prossimo") because it is formed with one of the auxiliary verbs ("essere" or "avere") plus the past participle of a verb. Whether it requires "essere" or "avere", depends on the verb. If the verb is a transitive verb, it requires the auxiliary "avere". If the verb is intransitive (like most verbs that express movement or state of being) or if the verb is reflexive, it requires the auxiliary "essere". (Source: www.cyberitalian.com)

 

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