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Present tense of Lasciare - To leave / leave out // to  let / allow / permit (to do sth)

Present tense of Lasciare - To leave / leave out // to let / allow / permit (to do sth)

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Follow our Summer Verb Challenge! Every day you will learn a new verb in the present tense. Be sure to follow us on Facebook & Instagram for daily updates! #100daysofverbs

Follow our Summer Verb Challenge! Every day you will learn a new verb in the present tense. Be sure to follow us on Facebook & Instagram for daily updates! #100daysofverbs

leggere | to read. The last one for loro is wrong. It isn't the same form like for noi, it's leggono.

leggere to read. The last one for loro is wrong. It isn't the same form like for noi, it's leggono.

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