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Unformatted text preview: the preposition (to, for), which may be in the form of au (the contraction of + le ) , l', la , or aux (the contraction of + les ), followed by the name or reference to a person. Elle crit Jean . (She writes to John.): Elle lui crit . (She writes to him.) Tu m'offres un sac main . (You offer me a purse.) Je t'offre un sac main . (I offer you a purse.) Verbs that take an indirect object in English do not necessarily take an indirect object in French. The following verbs take a direct object in French: attendre (to wait for) chercher (to look for) couter (to listen to) esprer (to hope for/to) faire venir (to call for) payer (to pay)...
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- Spring '08