Nissy (tossthefeathers) wrote in learn_italiano,
Nissy
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"di" or "a"

 I get confused when to use "di" and "a" in between verbs? Like... it's

Ieri sera ho finito DI studiare molto tardi.

but

Ho continuato A leggere il libro di Harry Potter.

Actually, our teacher explained that "continuare" always goes with "a." So I'm just wondering, are there other verbs that always goes with "a"? Is there a rule... or just a list of verbs that go with "di" and with "a"? :P And is this just for il passato prossimo?

Thank you!
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