Does the addition of “in assoluto” compromise the grammar rule that these kinds of sentences be written in present tense? (i.e. “…che scrivo una lettera,”)
Ciao hab638. I was catching up with discussions and found your query re: “In assoluto” (ever). “It is the first time ever that I have written” works for me. But it would be interesting to hear from a madrelingua. Hope you’re enjoying your Italian, ciao!