Giulia Casati for Italian School NJ

Born in the Lecco Province, Giulia first came to America to work as an Au Pair and then decided to take an in depth look at College in America, where she's currently studying Anthropology and Spanish.http://www.italianschoolnj.com/


We have already seen the difference between the passato prossimo and imperfetto indicativo, but those are not the only two past tenses you can use in Italian on a regular basis. There is also the passato remoto, a tense that it is not really taught to people who are trying to learn Italian, or at least only at higher levels. Why? Well, the explanat...