Use of the imperfetto and passato prossimo (I)
Who doesn’t remember the frustration of trying to remember when to use the imperfect and when to use the passato prossimo?
Let’s start first with the imperfetto!
In Italian, we use the imperfect in the following situations:
When you are describing habitual actions — these phrases are sometimes introduced with the preposition da:
Da ragazzo1 guardavo e seguivo