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keep it until next time

Discussion in 'Italian-English' started by dobry_den, Apr 24, 2013.

  1. dobry_den Senior Member

    Prague
    Czech, the Czech Republic
    • keep it until next time


    Hi! I forgot a USB key at an office after training and would like to tell the people there to keep it until next time. Can I say:

    What I'm not sure about is whether to use the verb tenere or a different one?
     
    Last edited: Apr 24, 2013
  2. Pillus New Member

    Piacenza
    Italian
    "Tenere" it's ok. I'm thinking about different verbs, but to me this fits perfectly.

    You could also say "Potete tenermela fino alla prossima volta?", so you emphasise that the USB key is yours and you take care about it.
     
  3. dobry_den Senior Member

    Prague
    Czech, the Czech Republic
    Thanks a lot Pillus!
     
  4. Cloud88

    Cloud88 Senior Member

    Puglia
    Italiano
    Potete metterla da parte fino al mio arrivo?........can be correct too.
     

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