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PREPOSITIONS AFTER VERBS BEFORE AN INFINITIVE

12 Jun

PREPOSITIONS AFTER VERBS BEFORE AN INFINITIVE

The following is a list of the more commonly used verbs taking a direct infinitive:-

Aconsejar
To advise to
Jurar
To swear
Afirmar
To affirm
Logar
To succeed
Confesar
To confess to
Merecer
To deserve to
Conseguir
To manage to
Necesitar
To need to
Creer
To believe
Parecer
To appear, seem to
Deber
Should, must
Pensar
To intend to
Decidir
To decide to
Permitir
To permit to
Dejar
To let, allow
Poder
To be able
Desear
To desire to
Preferir
To prefer
Elegir
To choose to
Procurar
To try to
Esperar
To hope, expect to
Prohibir
To forbid to
Evitar
To avoid
Prometer
To promise to
Fingir
To pretend to
Proponer
To propose to
Gustar
To be pleasing to
Querer
To want to
Hacer
To do, make
Saber
To know how to
Impedir
To prevent, hinder
Sentir
To be sorry to
Intentar
To try to, attempt to
Soler
To be used to




Note:
If there is a change of subject, the subjunctive + quemay be required:-
Examples:                    Necesito que lo hagas cuanto antes, I need you to do it ASAP.
                                   Prefiero que no vengas, I prefer you not to come.
Verbs of perception – such as oír, to hear; ver, to see – are followed by an infinitive coming immediately after them:-
Examples:                    Vio entrar al hombre, He saw the man going in.
                                  
Oigo cantar a las chicas, I hear the girls singing.
The following verbs take the preposition abefore a verb, although para (in order to) may sometimes be substituted:-
Verbs of motion           ir, to go; venir, to come; correr, to run; subir, to go up; bajar, to go down; entrar, to enter; acercarse, to approach; etc…

Example:          Vino a verme, he came to see me.

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PREPOSITIONS AFTER VERBS BEFORE AN INFINITIVE

12 Jun

PREPOSITIONS AFTER VERBS BEFORE AN INFINITIVE

The following is a list of the more commonly used verbs taking a direct infinitive:-

Aconsejar
To advise to
Jurar
To swear
Afirmar
To affirm
Logar
To succeed
Confesar
To confess to
Merecer
To deserve to
Conseguir
To manage to
Necesitar
To need to
Creer
To believe
Parecer
To appear, seem to
Deber
Should, must
Pensar
To intend to
Decidir
To decide to
Permitir
To permit to
Dejar
To let, allow
Poder
To be able
Desear
To desire to
Preferir
To prefer
Elegir
To choose to
Procurar
To try to
Esperar
To hope, expect to
Prohibir
To forbid to
Evitar
To avoid
Prometer
To promise to
Fingir
To pretend to
Proponer
To propose to
Gustar
To be pleasing to
Querer
To want to
Hacer
To do, make
Saber
To know how to
Impedir
To prevent, hinder
Sentir
To be sorry to
Intentar
To try to, attempt to
Soler
To be used to




Note:
If there is a change of subject, the subjunctive + quemay be required:-
Examples:                    Necesito que lo hagas cuanto antes, I need you to do it ASAP.
                                   Prefiero que no vengas, I prefer you not to come.
Verbs of perception – such as oír, to hear; ver, to see – are followed by an infinitive coming immediately after them:-
Examples:                    Vio entrar al hombre, He saw the man going in.
                                  
Oigo cantar a las chicas, I hear the girls singing.
The following verbs take the preposition abefore a verb, although para (in order to) may sometimes be substituted:-
Verbs of motion           ir, to go; venir, to come; correr, to run; subir, to go up; bajar, to go down; entrar, to enter; acercarse, to approach; etc…

Example:          Vino a verme, he came to see me.

PREPOSITIONS AFTER VERBS BEFORE AN INFINITIVE

13 Mar

 

PREPOSITIONS AFTER VERBS BEFORE AN INFINITIVE
The following is a list of the more commonly used verbs taking a direct infinitive:-
Aconsejar
To advise to
Jurar
To swear
Afirmar
To affirm
Logar
To succeed
Confesar
To confess to
Merecer
To deserve to
Conseguir
To manage to
Necesitar
To need to
Creer
To believe
Parecer
To appear, seem to
Deber
Should, must
Pensar
To intend to
Decidir
To decide to
Permitir
To permit to
Dejar
To let, allow
Poder
To be able
Desear
To desire to
Preferir
To prefer
Elegir
To choose to
Procurar
To try to
Esperar
To hope, expect to
Prohibir
To forbid to
Evitar
To avoid
Prometer
To promise to
Fingir
To pretend to
Proponer
To propose to
Gustar
To be pleasing to
Querer
To want to
Hacer
To do, make
Saber
To know how to
Impedir
To prevent, hinder
Sentir
To be sorry to
Intentar
To try to, attempt to
Soler
To be used to
Note:
If there is a change of subject, the subjunctive + quemay be required:-
Examples:                    Necesito que lo hagas cuanto antes, I need you to do it ASAP.
                                   Prefiero que no vengas, I prefer you not to come.
Verbs of perception – such as oír, to hear; ver, to see – are followed by an infinitive coming immediately after them:-
Examples:                    Vio entrar al hombre, He saw the man going in.
                                  
Oigo cantar a las chicas, I hear the girls singing.
The following verbs take the preposition abefore a verb, although para (in order to) may sometimes be substituted:-
Verbs of motion           ir, to go; venir, to come; correr, to run; subir, to go up; bajar, to go down; entrar, to enter; acercarse, to approach; etc…

more info : www.jwitney.net/notes/docs/spanish/lang/sp_prepositions.doc

PREPOSITIONS AFTER VERBS BEFORE AN INFINITIVE

13 Mar

 

PREPOSITIONS AFTER VERBS BEFORE AN INFINITIVE
The following is a list of the more commonly used verbs taking a direct infinitive:-
Aconsejar
To advise to
Jurar
To swear
Afirmar
To affirm
Logar
To succeed
Confesar
To confess to
Merecer
To deserve to
Conseguir
To manage to
Necesitar
To need to
Creer
To believe
Parecer
To appear, seem to
Deber
Should, must
Pensar
To intend to
Decidir
To decide to
Permitir
To permit to
Dejar
To let, allow
Poder
To be able
Desear
To desire to
Preferir
To prefer
Elegir
To choose to
Procurar
To try to
Esperar
To hope, expect to
Prohibir
To forbid to
Evitar
To avoid
Prometer
To promise to
Fingir
To pretend to
Proponer
To propose to
Gustar
To be pleasing to
Querer
To want to
Hacer
To do, make
Saber
To know how to
Impedir
To prevent, hinder
Sentir
To be sorry to
Intentar
To try to, attempt to
Soler
To be used to
Note:
If there is a change of subject, the subjunctive + quemay be required:-
Examples:                    Necesito que lo hagas cuanto antes, I need you to do it ASAP.
                                   Prefiero que no vengas, I prefer you not to come.
Verbs of perception – such as oír, to hear; ver, to see – are followed by an infinitive coming immediately after them:-
Examples:                    Vio entrar al hombre, He saw the man going in.
                                  
Oigo cantar a las chicas, I hear the girls singing.
The following verbs take the preposition abefore a verb, although para (in order to) may sometimes be substituted:-
Verbs of motion           ir, to go; venir, to come; correr, to run; subir, to go up; bajar, to go down; entrar, to enter; acercarse, to approach; etc…

more info : www.jwitney.net/notes/docs/spanish/lang/sp_prepositions.doc

PREPOSITIONS AFTER VERBS BEFORE AN INFINITIVE

13 Mar

 

PREPOSITIONS AFTER VERBS BEFORE AN INFINITIVE
Thefollowing is a list of the more commonly used verbs taking a direct infinitive:-
Aconsejar
To advise to
Jurar
To swear
Afirmar
To affirm
Logar
To succeed
Confesar
To confess to
Merecer
To deserve to
Conseguir
To manage to
Necesitar
To need to
Creer
To believe
Parecer
To appear, seem to
Deber
Should, must
Pensar
To intend to
Decidir
To decide to
Permitir
To permit to
Dejar
To let, allow
Poder
To be able
Desear
To desire to
Preferir
To prefer
Elegir
To choose to
Procurar
To try to
Esperar
To hope, expect to
Prohibir
To forbid to
Evitar
To avoid
Prometer
To promise to
Fingir
To pretend to
Proponer
To propose to
Gustar
To be pleasing to
Querer
To want to
Hacer
To do, make
Saber
To know how to
Impedir
To prevent, hinder
Sentir
To be sorry to
Intentar
To try to, attempt to
Soler
To be used to
Note:
If thereis a change of subject, the subjunctive + quemay be required:-
Examples:                    Necesito que lo hagas cuantoantes,I need you to do it ASAP.
                                   Prefiero que no vengas, I prefer younot to come.
Verbs ofperception – such as oír,to hear; ver,to see – are followed by an infinitive coming immediately after them:-
Examples:                    Vio entrar al hombre, He saw the mangoing in.
                                  
Oigo cantar a laschicas,I hear the girls singing.
Thefollowing verbs take the preposition abefore a verb, although para (inorder to) may sometimes be substituted:-
Verbs ofmotion           ir, to go; venir, to come; correr, to run; subir, to go up; bajar, to go down; entrar, to enter; acercarse, toapproach; etc…

more info : www.jwitney.net/notes/docs/spanish/lang/sp_prepositions.doc

PREPOSITIONS AFTER VERBS BEFORE AN INFINITIVE

13 Mar

 

PREPOSITIONS AFTER VERBS BEFORE AN INFINITIVE
The following is a list of the more commonly used verbs taking a direct infinitive:-
Aconsejar
To advise to
Jurar
To swear
Afirmar
To affirm
Logar
To succeed
Confesar
To confess to
Merecer
To deserve to
Conseguir
To manage to
Necesitar
To need to
Creer
To believe
Parecer
To appear, seem to
Deber
Should, must
Pensar
To intend to
Decidir
To decide to
Permitir
To permit to
Dejar
To let, allow
Poder
To be able
Desear
To desire to
Preferir
To prefer
Elegir
To choose to
Procurar
To try to
Esperar
To hope, expect to
Prohibir
To forbid to
Evitar
To avoid
Prometer
To promise to
Fingir
To pretend to
Proponer
To propose to
Gustar
To be pleasing to
Querer
To want to
Hacer
To do, make
Saber
To know how to
Impedir
To prevent, hinder
Sentir
To be sorry to
Intentar
To try to, attempt to
Soler
To be used to
Note:
If there is a change of subject, the subjunctive + quemay be required:-
Examples:                    Necesito que lo hagas cuanto antes, I need you to do it ASAP.
                                   Prefiero que no vengas, I prefer you not to come.
Verbs of perception – such as oír, to hear; ver, to see – are followed by an infinitive coming immediately after them:-
Examples:                    Vio entrar al hombre, He saw the man going in.
                                  
Oigo cantar a las chicas, I hear the girls singing.
The following verbs take the preposition abefore a verb, although para (in order to) may sometimes be substituted:-
Verbs of motion           ir, to go; venir, to come; correr, to run; subir, to go up; bajar, to go down; entrar, to enter; acercarse, to approach; etc…

more info : www.jwitney.net/notes/docs/spanish/lang/sp_prepositions.doc

PREPOSITIONS AFTER VERBS BEFORE AN INFINITIVE

13 Mar

 

PREPOSITIONS AFTER VERBS BEFORE AN INFINITIVE
The following is a list of the more commonly used verbs taking a direct infinitive:-
Aconsejar
To advise to
Jurar
To swear
Afirmar
To affirm
Logar
To succeed
Confesar
To confess to
Merecer
To deserve to
Conseguir
To manage to
Necesitar
To need to
Creer
To believe
Parecer
To appear, seem to
Deber
Should, must
Pensar
To intend to
Decidir
To decide to
Permitir
To permit to
Dejar
To let, allow
Poder
To be able
Desear
To desire to
Preferir
To prefer
Elegir
To choose to
Procurar
To try to
Esperar
To hope, expect to
Prohibir
To forbid to
Evitar
To avoid
Prometer
To promise to
Fingir
To pretend to
Proponer
To propose to
Gustar
To be pleasing to
Querer
To want to
Hacer
To do, make
Saber
To know how to
Impedir
To prevent, hinder
Sentir
To be sorry to
Intentar
To try to, attempt to
Soler
To be used to
Note:
If there is a change of subject, the subjunctive + quemay be required:-
Examples:                    Necesito que lo hagas cuanto antes, I need you to do it ASAP.
                                   Prefiero que no vengas, I prefer you not to come.
Verbs of perception – such as oír, to hear; ver, to see – are followed by an infinitive coming immediately after them:-
Examples:                    Vio entrar al hombre, He saw the man going in.
                                  
Oigo cantar a las chicas, I hear the girls singing.
The following verbs take the preposition abefore a verb, although para (in order to) may sometimes be substituted:-
Verbs of motion           ir, to go; venir, to come; correr, to run; subir, to go up; bajar, to go down; entrar, to enter; acercarse, to approach; etc…

more info : www.jwitney.net/notes/docs/spanish/lang/sp_prepositions.doc