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  • Italian in Thirty Short Lessons
    Italiano in Trenta Brevi Lezioni
    by Giancarlo v. Nacher Malvaioli

    Eighth Lesson
    Lezione Ottava

    AUXILIARY VERB TO HAVE
    VERBO AUSILIARE AVERE

    (io) ho

    (tu) hai

    (lui-lei) ha

    (lei) ha

    (noi) abbiamo

    (voi) avete

    (essi-loro) hanno

    (loro) hanno

    (I have)

    (informal) (you have)

    (he--she-it has)

    (formal) (you have)

    (we have)

    (informal plural) (you have)

    (they have)

    (formal plural) (you have)

    NEGATIVE, INTERROGATIVE AND INTERROGATIVE-NEGATIVE FORMS
    MODI NEGATIVI, INTERROGATIVI E INTERROGATIVI-NEGATIVI

    (io) non ho

    (tu) non hai

    (lui o lei) non ha

    ecc.

    (io) ho? or ho io?

    (tu) hai? or hai tu?

    (lei) ha?or ha lei?

    ecc.

    (io) non ho? or non ho io?

    ecc.

    (I have not or I don't have)

    (you have not or you don't have)

    (he or she has not or he or she doesn't have)

    etc.

    (have I? or do I have?)

    etc.

    etc.

    etc.

    (have I not? Or don't I have?)

    etc.

    • Examples: Non ho intenzione di scriverti (SCRIverti)-(I have no intention to write to you), Hai ventidue anni? No, non ho ventidue anni. Quanti ne hai? Ne ho ventuno. (Are you 22 years old? No, I am not 22 years old. How old are you? I am 21 (years). Non hai comprato il giornale? (Haven't you bought the newspaper?) Lei non ha comprato una casa a Roma. (She has not bought a house in Rome). Lei non ha comprato una casa a Roma? (Hasn't she not bought a house in Rome?). Non ho tempo da perdere con te! (I don't have time to waste wih you!) Carlo non ha mangiato il dolce? No, non l'ha mangiato (Hasn't Charles eaten the cake? He hasn't)
    • Remember that h is silent.
    • For asking and answering the age in English the to be is used, in Italian the verb to have is used.

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