The Perfect Subjunctive in Italian
In previous articles, we’ve introduced you to the concept of il congiuntivo presente, an essential part of Italian grammar if you want to speak like a true Italian. The subjunctive in Italian is used to express doubt, fear, hope, uncertainty and a whole variety of emotions. This time, we’re sharing how to correctly use il congiuntivo when speaking about events in the past.
The perfect subjunctive — il congiuntivo passato — shares the same uses as the present subjunctive,
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