Verbs requiring indirect objects must use a preposition before the object

Verbs requiring indirect objects must use a preposition before the object

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Verbs requiring indirect objects must use a preposition before the object. Although often omitted in  English, the preposition is obligatory in French and accompanies the verbs that follow: appartenir  à (belong to)  apprendre  à (teach)  donner  à (give)  enseigner à  (teach)  obéir à  (obey) 
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Unformatted text preview: pardonner (forgive) penser (think about) rpondre (answer) ressembler (resemble) Consider the following examples: Les lves obissent au professeur . (The students obey the teacher) Les lves lui obissent . (The students obey him.)...
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