“Finché” o “Finché non”? Il “non” pleonastico. Audio.

Oggi parleremo del  cosiddetto “non pleonastico”  con alcuni esempi scritti e audio.

Cominciamo con la parola “finché”:

 Finché o finché non?

La parola “finché” ha due significati.

Il primo è “fino a che”, “fino a quel momento”, “until that moment “.

  • Ci siamo divertiti finché ha cominciato a piovere.
  • Ci siamo divertiti finché non ha cominciato a piovere.

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“Finché” o “Finché non”?

Il “non” pleonastico

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