I'm not getting these past-tenses. ex: Perdo is I lost.... PerSO is I Have Lost??? When I click on the button to explain the congugation it only shows the present tenses for perdere... perdo... perdi... perde, etc.. But it seems those ALL change in the past tense... so Where are the congugations for us to learn those ??
I'm struggling to understand all the tenses myself, but I think I'm correct in saying that "perso" is the past participle ... you need to put the appropriate form of the verb "avere" in front of it to conjugate it correctly. In other words, "ho perso" is "I have lost/I lost", "hai perso" is "you have lost/you lost", "ha perso" is "he/she /it has lost", etc. Does that make better sense?
This isn't a comment, but a complaint: it's a really bad idea to introduce a whole bunch of new verbs right when the student is starting to struggle with all the rules involved with the past tense and a whole passel of past participles - and right after the massive 50-verb dump of Present 3. Yes, you're going to be learning new verbs constantly in a language - but you have to understand when to time the introduction of certain material, and this is absolutely not the time for yet more new verbs.