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It will have been open Sara' stata aperta o Sara' aperto Which is better and why?
Nov 9, 2017 3:44 PM
Answers · 3
Hi, I simply can't grasp your English tense. But I explain the two italian forms you used: 1) Sarà stata aperta = it sounds as an hypothesis about a PAST event as "it might have been open" 2) Sarà aperta = an hypothesis about the PRESENT (or a sharp FUTURE tense): "it might BE open" hope it is correct
November 9, 2017
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