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A verbs higher level

verbs that take a at an AS level

aider à - to help to
apprendre à - to learn how to
s'apprêter à - to get ready to
arriver à - to manage / succeed in ___-ing
s'attendre à - to expect to
commencer à - to begin to / ___-ing
consentir à - to consent to
se décider à - to make up one's mind to
enseigner à - to teach to
s'habituer à - to get used to
se mettre à - to start, set about ___-ing
parvenir à - to succeed in ___-ing
passer/perdre du temps à - to spend/ waste time ___-ing
persister à - to persist/keep in ___-ing
se plaire à - to take pleasure in ___-ing
réfléchir à - to consider ___-ing
renoncer à - to give up ___-ing
réussir à - to succeed in ___-ing
songer à - to dream of ___-ing
tenir à - to hold (someone) to / insist on ___-ing
Created by: Mrs. Agnew