We use this term for the compound past, a past tense formed by auxiliary and participle: ho mangiato ‘I ate’; sono andato ‘I went’. Some books call it the passato prossimo ‘perfect tense’.
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|status||not read|| ||reprioritisations|
|last reprioritisation on|| ||suggested re-reading day|
|started reading on|| ||finished reading on|