Verbs with prepositions

NicoleA1Kwiziq Q&A regular contributor

Verbs with prepositions

Bonjour,

I was working on the verbs with à and De  and I was looking over my A1 section I was wondering what I need to work on next? Should it be more prepositions by itself or stick with working with more verbs so I don't get confused?


Thanks

Nicole

Asked 7 months ago
CélineKwiziq team memberCorrect answer

Bonjour Nicole,

Here are some suggestions:

Préposition: Parts of Speech

Verbs followed by ‘à’ or ‘de’ with associated fill-in-the-blanks

Level A2 (Prepositions & Conjunctions section)

 

You could also do a bit of Reading and Listening practice (A1 & A2 levels)

 

I hope this is helpful.

Bonne journée! 

NicoleA1Kwiziq Q&A regular contributor

Thanks céline I very much appreciate it

MichaelA1Kwiziq community member

Once to say: je viens de voir Amélie, can i also say: je viens pour voir Amélie?

MichaelA1Kwiziq community member

Once to say: je viens de voir Amélie, can i also say: je viens pour voir Amélie?

CélineKwiziq team member

Bonjour Michael,

Both are perfectly acceptable. It depends on what you wish to express:

Je viens de voir Amélie = I have just seen Amélie  ->  venir de + [infinitive]

Je viens pour voir Amélie = I have come to see Amélie  ->  purpose: pour +[infinitive]

I hope this is helpful.

Bonne journée !

Verbs with prepositions

Bonjour,

I was working on the verbs with à and De  and I was looking over my A1 section I was wondering what I need to work on next? Should it be more prepositions by itself or stick with working with more verbs so I don't get confused?


Thanks

Nicole

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