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#1-Verbes suivis de « de » When these verbs are followed by de + a thing , use en to replace de + thing. Toutes les expressions avec avoir : Avoir besoin de Avoir envie de Avoir peur de Avoir honte de (to be ashamed of…) Exemples : J’ai besoin d’un crayon . J’en ai besoin. (I need it.) J’ai envie de chocolats . J’en ai envie. I feel like having some. Etre + adjectif+ de Exemples : être content (e) de (to be glad to), être fier de= to be proud of Je suis content de mon travail . I am pleased with my job. J’en suis content. Il est chargé de ces affaires . He is in charge of this business. Il en est chargé. Parler de Jouer de (+ un instrument musical) Je joue du piano . J’en joue. Profiter de (to take advantage of) Rêver de (to dream about) Faire la connaissance de (to make the acquaintance of)
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