|quando||conj. when, as, whenever, than|
|Andrea era così deluso quando non ha passato l’esame di guida.||Andrew was so disappointed when he failed his driving test.|
|Ci metto di più quando decido di andare in macchina al lavoro.||It takes longer when I decide to drive to work.|
|Cosa gli è successo? Era così educato quando era giovane!||What happened to him? He was so polite when he was young!|
|Da quando è diventato padre è più maturo.||Since when he became a father he is more mature.|
|Da quando fa la dieta è in forma smagliante.||Ever since he went on a diet, he has been in the pink of health.|
|Devi fermarti quando vedi quel segnale.||When you see that sign, you must stop.|
|Era davvero elettrizzata quando ha saputo che aveva ottenuto il lavoro.||She was really thrilled when she heard that she had got the job.|
|Era il mio superiore quando lavoravo alla Banca nazionale.||He was my superior when I worked at the National Bank.|
|Era perfettamente sobrio quando lasciò la festa.||He was perfectly sober when he left the party.|
|Ero in piedi nella sala d'attesa, quando arrivò il dottore.||I was standing in the waiting room, when the doctor arrived.|
|Ero molto sollevata quando il medico mi disse che il mio peso è perfetto.||I felt very relieved when the doctor told me my weight is perfect.|
|Fa gare di atletica leggera da quando è bambina.||She has been taking part in track and field competitions since she was a child.|
|Finiscila di lamentarti tutto il tempo. Quando è troppo è troppo!||Stop complaining all the time. Enough is enough!|
|Generalmente quando finisco di lavorare, devo andare a fare la spesa.||When I finish work, I generally have to go shopping.|
|Gioca a calcio da quando aveva 5 anni.||He has been playing soccer since the age of 5.|
|Guardami in faccia quando mi parli!||Look at my face while you are talking to me!|
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