-non so come fare-

Nota d'uso
L'espressione non so come fare non va tradotta letteralmente con “I don't know how to do”. La locuzione corretta è “I don't know how to do it”, in quanto “to do” è un verbo transitivo che richiede sempre un oggetto: Accendi il computer? Non so come fare, can you turn the computer on? I don't know how to do it.

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