"Il negozio è aperto la domenica?"

Translation:Is the shop open on Sundays?

June 26, 2013



I might be extremely dense here, but this doesn't seem to me to be present perfect.

July 22, 2014


That's what i was thinking, maybe they're just throwing a curve ball

August 29, 2014


I think it's to remind us that aperto can be used as an adjective

January 17, 2019


How would you ask "did the shop open on Sunday?" That's what I thought that answer was, can somebody please help me out with this, thank you.

October 6, 2014


Why does "The shop is open this sunday" not work? Someone explain please.

June 26, 2013


the definite article makes it sundays in general (different to English). La domenica = on sundays Domenica = this sunday (or another meaning if modified).

August 29, 2013


Couldn't it be "Is the business open on sundays?"?

March 7, 2014


negozio specifically means shop, not business.

March 7, 2014


i didn't know it was that specific. thank you for your reply.

March 8, 2014


i put "was the shop open on sunday" and got it wrong. can someone tell me how one would ask that question? thanks!

September 29, 2014


È aperto looks to me like present perfect. Can anyone explain, please?

October 26, 2014


I got this right as ... Is the shop open on Sundays?, more by luck than judgement. But this lesson is present perfect .... how is this sentence / question present perfect? A google search gave this : The present perfect tense is used in the following situations:

<pre>an action which took place a short time ago. an action which took place some time ago and the results of the action can still be felt in the present an experience in your life an action which has finished but the time period (e.g. this year , this week, today) hasn't finished yet </pre>
November 8, 2014


How would you say, "did the store open on Sunday?"

April 24, 2019


The Passive Voice?

June 15, 2019
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