In addition

In addition - second must be in the infinitive, the...

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In addition, some French verbs are always reflexive despite the fact that in English they are not: s'écrier  (exclaim, cry out)  s'en aller  (leave, go away)  se fier à  (trust)  se méfier de  (distrust)  se moquer de  (make fun of)  se soucier de  (care about)  se souvenir de  (remember)  When a subject is followed by two verbs (and keep in mind that when the first one is conjugated, the 
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Unformatted text preview: second must be in the infinitive, the reflexive pronoun precedes the infinitive, because its meaning is tied to that verb: Je vais me dpcher . (I'm going to hurry.) Il ne va pas se raser . (He's not going to shave.)...
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