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reflexive verbs eg preoccupare

Alice-G

Alice-G

Lesson 5.7: casual form of 'don't worry about it' is given as 'non ti preoccupare' but the formal is 'non si preoccupi'. Is this an irregular phrase or do all reflexive verbs have the infinitive form for the casual imperative?
Alice-G

Alice-G

Non ti preoccupare! Ho trovata la riposta in Lezione 5.8
Maria-DiLorenzi

Maria-DiLorenzi

Ciao Alice, I apologize for the delay. Please let me know if you need further information. Ciao

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