|16.5.1 quando = when part: 1|
When / quando are temporal conjunctions, they collocate two actions / events on the time line.
1) One action / event can happen at the same time as the other.
When he speaks, everybody falls asleep.
2) One action / event happened before another action / event.
When he had said what he wanted to say, he left the room.
3) One action / event can happen after another event action in the future.
When he has done his homework he can do what he want.
We are going to see in the next chapter, that there are big differences between Italian and other romance languages like Spanish and French in how to collocate the action / events on the time line.
The first case is simple.
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