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Avremmo dovuto provare per saperlo! Bastava ce l'avesse fatta uno solo di noi.
Given the use of the past conditional "avremmo dovuto" in the preceding sentence, I assume that they are talking about a ...
She didn't want to eat, my translation is "non vuole mangiare", which is wrong. The answer given is "non vuose mangiare", which I haven't encountered till now. Is it a new tense?...
Can I use the future tense to express a possibility, or predict the future, rather than saying something I will surely do?
For example, if I say andrò a casa di mio cugino (literally, "I will go to ...