"Vado a letto alle undici."
Translation:I go to bed at eleven.
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Hey guys, By now you are fluent so help me out. My understanding, someone please correct me if i am wrong: I am going to bed - Sto andando a letto I go to bed - Vado a letto I read somewhere that present continuous/progressive tenses in Italian always take "stare" e.g Stanno piangendo? - Are they crying?
Actually, I've spoken to a native Italian speaker and she said they never use the present simple tense when talking in the present continuous. They're distinct, like in English. It's not this one that needs to change, it's all the other phrases on DL that accept simple and cont. to be interchangeable that need correcting.