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Written by Larry Aiello   
Friday, 08 April 2011 01:15

Here is a funny Italian cartoon that illustrates the use of the Future Perfect tense in Italian, or the Futuro Anteriore.  It is a compound tense (2 verbs) that uses the verb essere or avere in the future simple, while the second verb is put in the past participle, and is mostly used in expressing chance.

The Italian comic strip roughly translates to:  You must have had an hallucination, flying saucers do not exist!

funny Italian comic strip illustrating the verb avere

Another example in using the future perfect tense would be:  "La macchina avra' avuto un problema" - The car might have had a problem.


 

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0 #4 Italian lessons 2012-10-25 22:13
Hi Gabby,

Thanks for the post, yes it is a little weird, but a funny Italian cartoon.

thanks for stopping by.

Grazie mille
Larry
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0 #3 Gabby Haile 2012-10-25 17:23
thats so weird!!! LOL :D
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0 #2 Larry 2012-06-27 01:46
Thanks for the comment Jaz, the one pilot is saying to another that you must have had an hallucination, flying saucers do not exist.
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0 #1 jaz 2012-06-26 09:09
what is this about please put in english :P
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