Verbs requiring other prepositions

Verbs requiring other prepositions - quelqu'un de before an...

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Verbs requiring other prepositions The following prepositions are commonly used before the infinitive of a verb: afin de  (in order to)  au lieu de  (instead of)  avant de  (before)  pour  (for, in order to)  sans  (without)  Note how these prepositions are used in sentences: Il fait de son mieux afin de réussir . (He does his best in order to succeed.)  Il dort au lieu de travailler . (He sleeps instead of working.)  Verbs requiring  à quelqu'un de   The following verbs require 
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Unformatted text preview: quelqu'un de before an infinitive: commander (order) conseiller (advise) dfendre (forbid) demander (ask) dire (tell) interdire (forbid) ordonner (order) permettre (permit) promettre (promise) Note how the preceding verbs are used: M. Aube dfend son enfant de sortir . (Mr. Aube forbids his child to leave.) Je lui ai demand de me tlphoner . (I asked him to call me.)...
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This note was uploaded on 11/08/2011 for the course FR 101 taught by Professor Staff during the Spring '08 term at Texas State.

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