Is it no longer necessary to have agreement between the past participle and the antecedent? I expected to see "persa" as "borsa" had already been mentioned.
I think that in the past tense, verbs with avere do not change the ending of the participle.
I think 'avere' only agrees with the third person direct object pronouns preceding it.
Last week... not good ?
It does not agree with the Italian sentence at hand. Last week would be "la settimana scorsa." Last week could also mean 2 or so days ago, depending on what day of the week it is, but "a week ago" is clearly 7 days before
Which is not accepted!
You are really TERRIBLE regarding synonyms. In this sentence "which" is perfectly acceptable. Check your English grammar!
Why don't you accept : ".... that i lost last week " = ... a week ago ???
Why I have lost is Not accepted
"....which I lost....", or "....that I lost.....". Either would be accepted in UK, but not here.
I await the explanations pointing out my error within the hour.........
For anyone who may be unaware of this, purse is a synonym for bag.