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In base ai dati, l’economia andrà bene. Based on the data, the economy will be good. In base ai documenti, non può entrare in Italia. Based on yours documents, you may not enter Italy. Bisogna scegliere i politici in base ai loro meriti. We should choose politicians based on their merits In base alle regole…

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#21: "Il prezzo delle casa..."

Ma ho sentito:

"Il prezzo delle case..."

Ho anche una domanda. Perché è "a seconda della zona" invece di "a seconda la zona"?

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"Delle case" era scritto male. L'ho corretto. Grazie!
Si dice "a seconda della zona" o "secondo la zona".

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This lesson also led me to further explore how to form Past Conditional with Modal Verbs, given 3 of the 30 sentences used the Past Conditional.

Avere/Essere Conjugated in Conditional + Past Participle of Modal Verb (Potere,Volere,Dovere)

io avrei potuto noi avremmo potuto
io sarei potuto voi saremmo potuti

tu avresti voluto voi avreste voluto
tu saresti voluto voi sareste voluto

lui/lei avrebbe dovuto loro avrebbero dovuto
lui/lei sarebbe dovuto/a loro sarebbero dovuti/e

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Ciao Donald!

The Italian Past Conditional can be used along with volere, potere, and avere.

But it's important to remember that these are special verbs because they are followed by an infinitive verb in its base form (mangiare, dormire, leggere).

Volere, potere, and dovere adopt the auxiliary of the verb they are helping. Bear in mind that many Italian grammars put volere and dovere just with avere auxiliary but it's correct with both of them.

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