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Non voglio vederti uccidere proprio ora.

 

Non voglio vederti ucciso proprio ora.

I assume that they both mean "I don't want to see you killed now", but what is the difference between using Infinitivo and Participio passato?

Incidentally, I wonder if the Infinitivo version can also mean "see you kill (somebody)" if a direct object follows "uccidere"?

Non voglio vederti uccidere proprio ora.

 

Non voglio vederti ucciso proprio ora.

I assume that they both mean "I don't want to see you killed now", but what is the difference between using Infinitivo and Participio passato?

Incidentally, I wonder if the Infinitivo version can also mean "see you kill (somebody)" if a direct object follows "uccidere"?

Non voglio vederti uccidere proprio ora.

Non voglio vederti ucciso proprio ora.

I assume that they both mean "I don't want to see you killed now", but what is the difference between using Infinitivo and Participio passato?

Incidentally, I wonder if the Infinitivo version can also mean "see you kill (somebody)" if a direct object follows "uccidere"?

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Non voglio vederti uccidere proprio ora.

Non voglio vederti ucciso proprio ora.

I assume that they both mean "I don't want to see you killed now", but what is the difference between using Infinitivo and Participio passato?

Incidentally, I wonder if the Infinitivo version can also mean "see you kill (somebody)" if a direct object follows "uccidere"?

Non voglio vederti uccidere proprio ora.

Non voglio vederti ucciso proprio ora.

I assume that they both mean "I don't want to see you killed now", but what is the difference between using Infinitivo and Participio passato?

Non voglio vederti uccidere proprio ora.

Non voglio vederti ucciso proprio ora.

I assume that they both mean "I don't want to see you killed now", but what is the difference between using Infinitivo and Participio passato?

Incidentally, I wonder if the Infinitivo version can also mean "see you kill (somebody)" if a direct object follows "uccidere"?

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