What is 'We went' in Italian?

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Siamo andati is an Italian equivalent of 'We went'. The auxiliary 'siamo' means '[we] are'. The past participle 'andati' means 'gone'. Together, they mean '[we] are gone, went'. They're pronounced 'see-AH-moh ahn-DAH-tee'.

That's what's said when 'we' refers to a group of males or a mixed group of females and males. When the group just has females, it's 'Siamo andate'. It's pronounced 'see-AH-moh ahn-DAH-teh'.
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Why would your boyfriend give you the silent treatment after you tell him you went to an Italian church to meet men?

Are you for real? If he had any sense he would have kicked your butt to the curb and not even remarked on what you just told him. Why on earth would you want to meet other men

Who went with him?

it depends which voyage you are talking about (he made 4). see: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Christopher_Columbus#In_popular_culture for more details!

What is the Italian translation of the English phrase 'When you went'?

Quando sei andata in the feminine and Quando sei andato in the masculine are Italian equivalents of the English phrase "When you went". Specifically, the conjunction quan
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Who is the Italian man who went to Malta?

"The Italian Man Who went to Malta" is an Internet meme. It‰Ûªs a parody of the video the user "Alundras" uploaded to YouTube. It‰Ûªs about communication