Daily Verb Lesson: Italian for happen is passare

The Italian for happen, is the regular -ARE verb passare.
... imagine it so happens that Prince William likes to spend his days and PASS time with HARRY!

Passare is a regular -ARE verb conjugated like thousands of other -ARE verbs.

passare can also mean: to pass, spend/pass time; to go past, to go across, to run through, to put through (phone); to call on.
Related words include:
  - il passaggio (nm): passing (movement), pass (sport).
  - passaggio (adj) : passing (by) (e.g. car, person).
  - il lasciapassare (nm) : pass (to leave or enter).

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           to happen: passare
Imagine it so happens that Prince William likes to spend time and PASS his days with HARRY!
passare - VERB CONJUGATION TABLE - to happen
Simple Tenses passare

passo passi passa passiamo passate passano
Past Imperfect
passavo passavi passava passavamo passavate passavano
Simple Past
Passato remoto

passai passasti passò passammo passaste passarono
Futuro semplice

will happen
passerò passerai passerà passeremo passerete passeranno

would happen
passerei passeresti passerebbe passeremmo passereste passerebbero
Congiuntivo Presente

may happen
passi passi passi passiamo passiate passino
Compound Tenses passare
Present Perfect
Passato Prossimo

have happened
ho passato hai passato ha passato abbiamo passato avete passato hanno passato
Past Perfect
Trapassato Prossimo

had happened
avevo passato avevi passato aveva passato avevamo passato avevate passato avevano passato
Future Perfect
Futuro Anteriore

will have happened
avrò passato avrai passato avrà passato avremo passato avrete passato avranno passato
Conditional Perfect
Condizionale Passato

would have happened
avrei passato avresti passato avrebbe passato avremmo passato avreste passato avrebbero passato
Perfect Subjunctive
Congiuntivo Passato

may have happened
abbia passato abbia passato abbia passato abbiamo passato abbiate passato abbiano passato

non passare!
(non) passi! (non) passiamo! (non) passate! (non) passino!
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