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English translation of dopo


The Italian word 'dopo' translates to 'after' in English and can be used in a variety of contexts. Much like in English, 'dopo' can be used to indicate something happening later in time or place. For example, you can use 'dopo' when telling time, such as in the phrase 'vediamo dopo' which translates to 'see you later'. It can also be used to indicate the position of something, as in 'dopo la scuola' meaning 'after school'. Be sure to add the correct preposition after 'dopo' depending on your sentence.

Example sentences using: dopo

Dopo la lezione, andrò a casa.

English translation of Dopo la lezione, andrò a casa.

After the lesson, I will go home.

This sentence uses 'dopo' as a preposition to indicate an action that will take place after another one. In English, it translates to 'after'. The action of going home will occur after the lesson.

Dopo, vediamo un film.

English translation of Dopo, vediamo un film.

After, we watch a movie.

In this context, 'dopo' is used as an adverb at the beginning of the sentence. It refers to a subsequent moment in time, in which the action of watching a movie will take place. It is directly translated into English as 'after'.

Il film inizia dopo il tramonto.

English translation of Il film inizia dopo il tramonto.

The movie starts after sunset.

Here, 'dopo' is utilized as a preposition, indicating the sequence of events. The movie's start is happening after another event, which in this case is the sunset. In English, it translates to 'after'.

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