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PREPOSITIONS AFTER VERBS BEFORE A NOUN

PREPOSITIONS AFTER VERBS BEFORE A NOUN


The following is a list of commonly used verbs taking ‘de’ with a noun or pronoun:-


Abusar de
To abuse
Dudar de
To doubt
Acordarse de
To remember
Enterarse de
To enquire about
Alimentarse de
To feed on
Gozar de
To enjoy
Asustarse de
To be frightened
Informarse de
To be informed about
Burlarse de
To make fun of
Maravillarse de
To wonder at
Cambiar de
To change
Olvidar(se) de
To forget
Carecer de
To lack
Pasar de
To exceed
Compadecerse de
To be sorry for
Reírse de
To laugh at
Darse cuenta de
To realise
Servirse de
To use
Depender de
To depend on
Triunfar de
To triumph over
Desconfiar de
To mistrust
Vengarse de
To take revenge for
Disfrutar de
To enjoy

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PREPOSITIONS AFTER VERBS BEFORE A NOUN

PREPOSITIONS AFTER VERBS BEFORE A NOUN


The following is a list of commonly used verbs taking ‘de’ with a noun or pronoun:-


Abusar de
To abuse
Dudar de
To doubt
Acordarse de
To remember
Enterarse de
To enquire about
Alimentarse de
To feed on
Gozar de
To enjoy
Asustarse de
To be frightened
Informarse de
To be informed about
Burlarse de
To make fun of
Maravillarse de
To wonder at
Cambiar de
To change
Olvidar(se) de
To forget
Carecer de
To lack
Pasar de
To exceed
Compadecerse de
To be sorry for
Reírse de
To laugh at
Darse cuenta de
To realise
Servirse de
To use
Depender de
To depend on
Triunfar de
To triumph over
Desconfiar de
To mistrust
Vengarse de
To take revenge for
Disfrutar de
To enjoy

PREPOSITIONS AFTER VERBS BEFORE A NOUN

PREPOSITIONS AFTER VERBS BEFORE A NOUN


The following is a list of commonly used verbs taking ‘de’ with a noun or pronoun:-


Abusar de
To abuse
Dudar de
To doubt
Acordarse de
To remember
Enterarse de
To enquire about
Alimentarse de
To feed on
Gozar de
To enjoy
Asustarse de
To be frightened
Informarse de
To be informed about
Burlarse de
To make fun of
Maravillarse de
To wonder at
Cambiar de
To change
Olvidar(se) de
To forget
Carecer de
To lack
Pasar de
To exceed
Compadecerse de
To be sorry for
Reírse de
To laugh at
Darse cuenta de
To realise
Servirse de
To use
Depender de
To depend on
Triunfar de
To triumph over
Desconfiar de
To mistrust
Vengarse de
To take revenge for
Disfrutar de
To enjoy

PREPOSITIONS AFTER VERBS BEFORE A NOUN

PREPOSITIONS AFTER VERBS BEFORE A NOUN


The following is a list of commonly used verbs taking ‘de’ with a noun or pronoun:-


Abusar de
To abuse
Dudar de
To doubt
Acordarse de
To remember
Enterarse de
To enquire about
Alimentarse de
To feed on
Gozar de
To enjoy
Asustarse de
To be frightened
Informarse de
To be informed about
Burlarse de
To make fun of
Maravillarse de
To wonder at
Cambiar de
To change
Olvidar(se) de
To forget
Carecer de
To lack
Pasar de
To exceed
Compadecerse de
To be sorry for
Reírse de
To laugh at
Darse cuenta de
To realise
Servirse de
To use
Depender de
To depend on
Triunfar de
To triumph over
Desconfiar de
To mistrust
Vengarse de
To take revenge for
Disfrutar de
To enjoy

PREPOSITIONS AFTER VERBS BEFORE A NOUN

 

PREPOSITIONS AFTER VERBS BEFORE A NOUN
The following is a list of commonly used verbs taking ‘de’ with a noun or pronoun:-
Abusar de
To abuse
Dudar de
To doubt
Acordarse de
To remember
Enterarse de
To enquire about
Alimentarse de
To feed on
Gozar de
To enjoy
Asustarse de
To be frightened
Informarse de
To be informed about
Burlarse de
To make fun of
Maravillarse de
To wonder at
Cambiar de
To change
Olvidar(se) de
To forget
Carecer de
To lack
Pasar de
To exceed
Compadecerse de
To be sorry for
Reírse de
To laugh at
Darse cuenta de
To realise
Servirse de
To use
Depender de
To depend on
Triunfar de
To triumph over
Desconfiar de
To mistrust
Vengarse de
To take revenge for
Disfrutar de
To enjoy
The following is a list of commonly used verbs taking ‘a’ with a noun or pronoun:-
Acercarse a
To approach
Fiarse a
To trust
Aproximarse a
To approach
Llegar a
To reach (place)
Arrimarse a
To lean against
Oler a
To smell of
Asemejarse a
To resemble
Oponerse a
To oppose
Asomarse a
To lean out of
Parecerse a
To resemble
Asistir a
To attend
Renunciar a
To renounce
Dar a
To overlook
Resistir a
To resist
Faltar a
To break promise
Saber a
To taste of, smack of
The following is a list of commonly used verbs which take a preposition in English but in Spanish take a direct object:- 
Agradecer
To be grateful for
Mirar
To look at
Aguantar
To put up with
Pedir
To ask for
Aprovechar
To take advantage of
Recordar
To remind of
Buscar
To look for
Reprochar
To reproach with
Cuidar
To look after
Señalar
to point to
Escuchar
To listen to
Sentir
To be sorry about
Esperar
To wait for
Soportar
To put up with
Some Spanish verbs change meaning when followed by a specific preposition:- 
Acordarse con
To agree with
Acordarse de
To remember
Contar
To count, relate
Contar con
To count, rely on
Convenir a
To suit
Convenir con
To agree with
Entender
To understand
Entender de
To know all about
Preguntar
To ask a question
Preguntar por
To ask for
Saber
To know
Saber de
To know about
The following verbs take the preposition a with persons to translate ‘from’ or ‘of’:-
Arrancar
To snatch
Pedir
To ask for
Comprar
To buy
Quitar
To take away from
Esconder
To hide
Robar
To steal
Ocultar
To conceal
Tomar
To take
Examples:                    Me robó el dinero a mí, he stole the money from me.
                                  
Compró el coche al profesor, he bought the car from the teacher.
JCW
01.01.06

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

PREPOSITIONS AFTER VERBS BEFORE A NOUN

 

PREPOSITIONS AFTER VERBS BEFORE A NOUN
The following is a list of commonly used verbs taking ‘de’ with a noun or pronoun:-
Abusar de
To abuse
Dudar de
To doubt
Acordarse de
To remember
Enterarse de
To enquire about
Alimentarse de
To feed on
Gozar de
To enjoy
Asustarse de
To be frightened
Informarse de
To be informed about
Burlarse de
To make fun of
Maravillarse de
To wonder at
Cambiar de
To change
Olvidar(se) de
To forget
Carecer de
To lack
Pasar de
To exceed
Compadecerse de
To be sorry for
Reírse de
To laugh at
Darse cuenta de
To realise
Servirse de
To use
Depender de
To depend on
Triunfar de
To triumph over
Desconfiar de
To mistrust
Vengarse de
To take revenge for
Disfrutar de
To enjoy
The following is a list of commonly used verbs taking ‘a’ with a noun or pronoun:-
Acercarse a
To approach
Fiarse a
To trust
Aproximarse a
To approach
Llegar a
To reach (place)
Arrimarse a
To lean against
Oler a
To smell of
Asemejarse a
To resemble
Oponerse a
To oppose
Asomarse a
To lean out of
Parecerse a
To resemble
Asistir a
To attend
Renunciar a
To renounce
Dar a
To overlook
Resistir a
To resist
Faltar a
To break promise
Saber a
To taste of, smack of
The following is a list of commonly used verbs which take a preposition in English but in Spanish take a direct object:- 
Agradecer
To be grateful for
Mirar
To look at
Aguantar
To put up with
Pedir
To ask for
Aprovechar
To take advantage of
Recordar
To remind of
Buscar
To look for
Reprochar
To reproach with
Cuidar
To look after
Señalar
to point to
Escuchar
To listen to
Sentir
To be sorry about
Esperar
To wait for
Soportar
To put up with
Some Spanish verbs change meaning when followed by a specific preposition:- 
Acordarse con
To agree with
Acordarse de
To remember
Contar
To count, relate
Contar con
To count, rely on
Convenir a
To suit
Convenir con
To agree with
Entender
To understand
Entender de
To know all about
Preguntar
To ask a question
Preguntar por
To ask for
Saber
To know
Saber de
To know about
The following verbs take the preposition a with persons to translate ‘from’ or ‘of’:-
Arrancar
To snatch
Pedir
To ask for
Comprar
To buy
Quitar
To take away from
Esconder
To hide
Robar
To steal
Ocultar
To conceal
Tomar
To take
Examples:                    Me robó el dinero a mí, he stole the money from me.
                                  
Compró el coche al profesor, he bought the car from the teacher.
JCW
01.01.06

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

PREPOSITIONS AFTER VERBS BEFORE A NOUN

 

PREPOSITIONS AFTER VERBS BEFORE A NOUN
Thefollowing is a list of commonly used verbs taking ‘de’ with a noun or pronoun:-
Abusar de
To abuse
Dudar de
To doubt
Acordarse de
To remember
Enterarse de
To enquire about
Alimentarse de
To feed on
Gozar de
To enjoy
Asustarse de
To be frightened
Informarse de
To be informed about
Burlarse de
To make fun of
Maravillarse de
To wonder at
Cambiar de
To change
Olvidar(se) de
To forget
Carecer de
To lack
Pasar de
To exceed
Compadecerse de
To be sorry for
Reírse de
To laugh at
Darse cuenta de
To realise
Servirse de
To use
Depender de
To depend on
Triunfar de
To triumph over
Desconfiar de
To mistrust
Vengarse de
To take revenge for
Disfrutar de
To enjoy
Thefollowing is a list of commonly used verbs taking ‘a’ with a noun or pronoun:-
Acercarse a
To approach
Fiarse a
To trust
Aproximarse a
To approach
Llegar a
To reach (place)
Arrimarse a
To lean against
Oler a
To smell of
Asemejarse a
To resemble
Oponerse a
To oppose
Asomarse a
To lean out of
Parecerse a
To resemble
Asistir a
To attend
Renunciar a
To renounce
Dar a
To overlook
Resistir a
To resist
Faltar a
To break promise
Saber a
To taste of, smack of
Thefollowing is a list of commonly used verbs which take a preposition in Englishbut inSpanish take a direct object:- 
Agradecer
To be grateful for
Mirar
To look at
Aguantar
To put up with
Pedir
To ask for
Aprovechar
To take advantage of
Recordar
To remind of
Buscar
To look for
Reprochar
To reproach with
Cuidar
To look after
Señalar
to point to
Escuchar
To listen to
Sentir
To be sorry about
Esperar
To wait for
Soportar
To put up with
SomeSpanish verbs change meaning when followed by a specific preposition:- 
Acordarse con
To agree with
Acordarse de
To remember
Contar
To count, relate
Contar con
To count, rely on
Convenir a
To suit
Convenir con
To agree with
Entender
To understand
Entender de
To know all about
Preguntar
To ask a question
Preguntar por
To ask for
Saber
To know
Saber de
To know about
Thefollowing verbs take the preposition a withpersons to translate ‘from’ or ‘of’:-
Arrancar
To snatch
Pedir
To ask for
Comprar
To buy
Quitar
To take away from
Esconder
To hide
Robar
To steal
Ocultar
To conceal
Tomar
To take
Examples:                    Me robó el dinero a mí, he stole the money from me.
                                  
Compró el coche alprofesor,he bought the car from the teacher.
JCW
01.01.06

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

PREPOSITIONS AFTER VERBS BEFORE A NOUN

 

PREPOSITIONS AFTER VERBS BEFORE A NOUN
Thefollowing is a list of commonly used verbs taking ‘de’ with a noun or pronoun:-
Abusar de
To abuse
Dudar de
To doubt
Acordarse de
To remember
Enterarse de
To enquire about
Alimentarse de
To feed on
Gozar de
To enjoy
Asustarse de
To be frightened
Informarse de
To be informed about
Burlarse de
To make fun of
Maravillarse de
To wonder at
Cambiar de
To change
Olvidar(se) de
To forget
Carecer de
To lack
Pasar de
To exceed
Compadecerse de
To be sorry for
Reírse de
To laugh at
Darse cuenta de
To realise
Servirse de
To use
Depender de
To depend on
Triunfar de
To triumph over
Desconfiar de
To mistrust
Vengarse de
To take revenge for
Disfrutar de
To enjoy
Thefollowing is a list of commonly used verbs taking ‘a’ with a noun or pronoun:-
Acercarse a
To approach
Fiarse a
To trust
Aproximarse a
To approach
Llegar a
To reach (place)
Arrimarse a
To lean against
Oler a
To smell of
Asemejarse a
To resemble
Oponerse a
To oppose
Asomarse a
To lean out of
Parecerse a
To resemble
Asistir a
To attend
Renunciar a
To renounce
Dar a
To overlook
Resistir a
To resist
Faltar a
To break promise
Saber a
To taste of, smack of
Thefollowing is a list of commonly used verbs which take a preposition in Englishbut inSpanish take a direct object:- 
Agradecer
To be grateful for
Mirar
To look at
Aguantar
To put up with
Pedir
To ask for
Aprovechar
To take advantage of
Recordar
To remind of
Buscar
To look for
Reprochar
To reproach with
Cuidar
To look after
Señalar
to point to
Escuchar
To listen to
Sentir
To be sorry about
Esperar
To wait for
Soportar
To put up with
SomeSpanish verbs change meaning when followed by a specific preposition:- 
Acordarse con
To agree with
Acordarse de
To remember
Contar
To count, relate
Contar con
To count, rely on
Convenir a
To suit
Convenir con
To agree with
Entender
To understand
Entender de
To know all about
Preguntar
To ask a question
Preguntar por
To ask for
Saber
To know
Saber de
To know about
Thefollowing verbs take the preposition a withpersons to translate ‘from’ or ‘of’:-
Arrancar
To snatch
Pedir
To ask for
Comprar
To buy
Quitar
To take away from
Esconder
To hide
Robar
To steal
Ocultar
To conceal
Tomar
To take
Examples:                    Me robó el dinero a mí, he stole the money from me.
                                  
Compró el coche alprofesor,he bought the car from the teacher.
JCW
01.01.06

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

PREPOSITIONS AFTER VERBS BEFORE A NOUN

 

PREPOSITIONS AFTER VERBS BEFORE A NOUN
The following is a list of commonly used verbs taking ‘de’ with a noun or pronoun:-
Abusar de
To abuse
Dudar de
To doubt
Acordarse de
To remember
Enterarse de
To enquire about
Alimentarse de
To feed on
Gozar de
To enjoy
Asustarse de
To be frightened
Informarse de
To be informed about
Burlarse de
To make fun of
Maravillarse de
To wonder at
Cambiar de
To change
Olvidar(se) de
To forget
Carecer de
To lack
Pasar de
To exceed
Compadecerse de
To be sorry for
Reírse de
To laugh at
Darse cuenta de
To realise
Servirse de
To use
Depender de
To depend on
Triunfar de
To triumph over
Desconfiar de
To mistrust
Vengarse de
To take revenge for
Disfrutar de
To enjoy
The following is a list of commonly used verbs taking ‘a’ with a noun or pronoun:-
Acercarse a
To approach
Fiarse a
To trust
Aproximarse a
To approach
Llegar a
To reach (place)
Arrimarse a
To lean against
Oler a
To smell of
Asemejarse a
To resemble
Oponerse a
To oppose
Asomarse a
To lean out of
Parecerse a
To resemble
Asistir a
To attend
Renunciar a
To renounce
Dar a
To overlook
Resistir a
To resist
Faltar a
To break promise
Saber a
To taste of, smack of
The following is a list of commonly used verbs which take a preposition in English but in Spanish take a direct object:- 
Agradecer
To be grateful for
Mirar
To look at
Aguantar
To put up with
Pedir
To ask for
Aprovechar
To take advantage of
Recordar
To remind of
Buscar
To look for
Reprochar
To reproach with
Cuidar
To look after
Señalar
to point to
Escuchar
To listen to
Sentir
To be sorry about
Esperar
To wait for
Soportar
To put up with
Some Spanish verbs change meaning when followed by a specific preposition:- 
Acordarse con
To agree with
Acordarse de
To remember
Contar
To count, relate
Contar con
To count, rely on
Convenir a
To suit
Convenir con
To agree with
Entender
To understand
Entender de
To know all about
Preguntar
To ask a question
Preguntar por
To ask for
Saber
To know
Saber de
To know about
The following verbs take the preposition a with persons to translate ‘from’ or ‘of’:-
Arrancar
To snatch
Pedir
To ask for
Comprar
To buy
Quitar
To take away from
Esconder
To hide
Robar
To steal
Ocultar
To conceal
Tomar
To take
Examples:                    Me robó el dinero a mí, he stole the money from me.
                                  
Compró el coche al profesor, he bought the car from the teacher.
JCW
01.01.06

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

PREPOSITIONS AFTER VERBS BEFORE A NOUN

 

PREPOSITIONS AFTER VERBS BEFORE A NOUN
The following is a list of commonly used verbs taking ‘de’ with a noun or pronoun:-
Abusar de
To abuse
Dudar de
To doubt
Acordarse de
To remember
Enterarse de
To enquire about
Alimentarse de
To feed on
Gozar de
To enjoy
Asustarse de
To be frightened
Informarse de
To be informed about
Burlarse de
To make fun of
Maravillarse de
To wonder at
Cambiar de
To change
Olvidar(se) de
To forget
Carecer de
To lack
Pasar de
To exceed
Compadecerse de
To be sorry for
Reírse de
To laugh at
Darse cuenta de
To realise
Servirse de
To use
Depender de
To depend on
Triunfar de
To triumph over
Desconfiar de
To mistrust
Vengarse de
To take revenge for
Disfrutar de
To enjoy
The following is a list of commonly used verbs taking ‘a’ with a noun or pronoun:-
Acercarse a
To approach
Fiarse a
To trust
Aproximarse a
To approach
Llegar a
To reach (place)
Arrimarse a
To lean against
Oler a
To smell of
Asemejarse a
To resemble
Oponerse a
To oppose
Asomarse a
To lean out of
Parecerse a
To resemble
Asistir a
To attend
Renunciar a
To renounce
Dar a
To overlook
Resistir a
To resist
Faltar a
To break promise
Saber a
To taste of, smack of
The following is a list of commonly used verbs which take a preposition in English but in Spanish take a direct object:- 
Agradecer
To be grateful for
Mirar
To look at
Aguantar
To put up with
Pedir
To ask for
Aprovechar
To take advantage of
Recordar
To remind of
Buscar
To look for
Reprochar
To reproach with
Cuidar
To look after
Señalar
to point to
Escuchar
To listen to
Sentir
To be sorry about
Esperar
To wait for
Soportar
To put up with
Some Spanish verbs change meaning when followed by a specific preposition:- 
Acordarse con
To agree with
Acordarse de
To remember
Contar
To count, relate
Contar con
To count, rely on
Convenir a
To suit
Convenir con
To agree with
Entender
To understand
Entender de
To know all about
Preguntar
To ask a question
Preguntar por
To ask for
Saber
To know
Saber de
To know about
The following verbs take the preposition a with persons to translate ‘from’ or ‘of’:-
Arrancar
To snatch
Pedir
To ask for
Comprar
To buy
Quitar
To take away from
Esconder
To hide
Robar
To steal
Ocultar
To conceal
Tomar
To take
Examples:                    Me robó el dinero a mí, he stole the money from me.
                                  
Compró el coche al profesor, he bought the car from the teacher.
JCW
01.01.06

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