We have used the term passato semplice ‘simple past’ to denote the past tense that is simple, not compound, e.g. andai ‘I went’ (as opposed to sono andato ‘I went’). Most books call this tense passato remoto, English ‘past definite’, ‘past historic’ or ‘past absolute’.
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