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VERBS FOLLOWED BY
OBJECTS AND INFINITIVES
VERBS FOLLOWED BY OBJECTS AND INFINITIVES
VERBS FOLLOWED BY OBJECTS AND INFINITIVES
A verb in base form…
VERBS FOLLOWED BY OBJECTS AND INFINITIVES
A verb in base form…
Decide
(decidir)
VERBS FOLLOWED BY OBJECTS AND INFINITIVES
A verb in base form…
Decide
(decidir)
A verb in infinitive…
VERBS FOLLOWED BY OBJECTS AND INFINITIVES
A verb in base form…
Decide
(decidir)
A verb in infinitive…
To Decide
(decidir)
VERBS FOLLOWED BY OBJECTS AND INFINITIVES
A verb in base form…
Decide
(decidir)
A verb in infinitive…
To Decide
(decidir)
A verb in infinitive has
“TO” before it.
VERBS FOLLOWED BY OBJECTS AND INFINITIVES
An object…
VERBS FOLLOWED BY OBJECTS AND INFINITIVES
An object…
The object is who receives the action
(verb)
VERBS FOLLOWED BY OBJECTS AND INFINITIVES
An object…
The object is who receives the action
(verb)
She invited me to her house.
VERBS FOLLOWED BY OBJECTS AND INFINITIVES
An object…
The object is who receives the action
(verb)
She invited me to her house.
Does the action
VERBS FOLLOWED BY OBJECTS AND INFINITIVES
An object…
The object is who receives the action
(verb)
She invited me to her house.
Does the action
The action
VERBS FOLLOWED BY OBJECTS AND INFINITIVES
An object…
The object is who receives the action
(verb)
She invited me to her house.
Does the action
The action
Receives the action = object
VERBS FOLLOWED BY OBJECTS AND INFINITIVES
An object…
The object is who receives the action
(verb)
She invited me to her house.
Does the action
The action
Receives the action = object
She invited…
VERBS FOLLOWED BY OBJECTS AND INFINITIVES
An object…
The object is who receives the action
(verb)
She invited me to her house.
Does the action
The action
Receives the action = object
She invited…
Some verbs are followed
directly by an infinitive.
(algunos verbos los siguen directamente un
infinitivo)
VERBS FOLLOWED BY OBJECTS AND INFINITIVES
Some verbs are followed directly by an
infinitive.
(algunos verbos los siguen directamente un infinitivo)
Need
(necesitar)
VERBS FOLLOWED BY OBJECTS AND INFINITIVES
Some verbs are followed directly by an
infinitive.
(algunos verbos los siguen directamente un infinitivo)
Need
(necesitar)
I don’t feel well, I need to go
to the doctor.
VERBS FOLLOWED BY OBJECTS AND INFINITIVES
Some verbs are followed directly by an
infinitive.
(algunos verbos los siguen directamente un infinitivo)
Need
(necesitar)
I don’t feel well, I need to go
to the doctor.
I don’t feel well, I need to go to the doctor
VERBS FOLLOWED BY OBJECTS AND INFINITIVES
Some verbs are followed directly by an
infinitive.
(algunos verbos los siguen directamente un infinitivo)
Need
(necesitar)
I don’t feel well, I need to go
to the doctor.
I don’t feel well, I need to go to the doctor
need
VERBS FOLLOWED BY OBJECTS AND INFINITIVES
Some verbs are followed directly by an
infinitive.
(algunos verbos los siguen directamente un infinitivo)
Need
(necesitar)
I don’t feel well, I need to go
to the doctor.
I don’t feel well, I need to go to the doctor
need + Verb in infinitive
VERBS FOLLOWED BY OBJECTS AND INFINITIVES
Some verbs are followed directly by an
infinitive.
(algunos verbos los siguen directamente un infinitivo)
Plan
(planear)
VERBS FOLLOWED BY OBJECTS AND INFINITIVES
Some verbs are followed directly by an
infinitive.
(algunos verbos los siguen directamente un infinitivo)
Plan
(planear)
We are planning to travel throughout the country
VERBS FOLLOWED BY OBJECTS AND INFINITIVES
Some verbs are followed directly by an
infinitive.
(algunos verbos los siguen directamente un infinitivo)
Plan
(planear)
We are planning to travel throughout the country
Plan
VERBS FOLLOWED BY OBJECTS AND INFINITIVES
Some verbs are followed directly by an
infinitive.
(algunos verbos los siguen directamente un infinitivo)
Plan
(planear)
We are planning to travel throughout the country
Plan + Verb in infinitive
VERBS FOLLOWED BY OBJECTS AND INFINITIVES
Some verbs are followed directly by an infinitive.
(algunos verbos los siguen directamente un infinitivo)
VERBS FOLLOWED BY OBJECTS AND INFINITIVES
Some verbs are followed directly by an infinitive.
(algunos verbos los siguen directamente un infinitivo)
verb Verb in infinitive
VERBS FOLLOWED BY OBJECTS AND INFINITIVES
Some verbs are followed directly by an infinitive.
(algunos verbos los siguen directamente un infinitivo)
Learn
(aprender)
verb Verb in infinitive
VERBS FOLLOWED BY OBJECTS AND INFINITIVES
Some verbs are followed directly by an infinitive.
(algunos verbos los siguen directamente un infinitivo)
Learn
(aprender)
In school we learn to speak in English.
verb Verb in infinitive
VERBS FOLLOWED BY OBJECTS AND INFINITIVES
Some verbs are followed directly by an infinitive.
(algunos verbos los siguen directamente un infinitivo)
Learn
(aprender)
In school we learn to speak in English.
verb Verb in infinitive
VERBS FOLLOWED BY OBJECTS AND INFINITIVES
Some verbs are followed directly by an infinitive.
(algunos verbos los siguen directamente un infinitivo)
Learn
(aprender)
In school we learn to speak in English.
verb Verb in infinitive
VERBS FOLLOWED BY OBJECTS AND INFINITIVES
Some verbs are followed directly by an infinitive.
(algunos verbos los siguen directamente un infinitivo)
Learn
(aprender)
Appear
(parecer)
In school we learn to speak in English.
verb Verb in infinitive
VERBS FOLLOWED BY OBJECTS AND INFINITIVES
Some verbs are followed directly by an infinitive.
(algunos verbos los siguen directamente un infinitivo)
Learn
(aprender)
Appear
(parecer)
In school we learn to speak in English.
It appears to be that today there is no class.
verb Verb in infinitive
VERBS FOLLOWED BY OBJECTS AND INFINITIVES
Some verbs are followed directly by an infinitive.
(algunos verbos los siguen directamente un infinitivo)
Learn
(aprender)
Appear
(parecer)
Can’t afford
(no poder costear)
In school we learn to speak in English.
It appears to be that today there is no class.
verb Verb in infinitive
VERBS FOLLOWED BY OBJECTS AND INFINITIVES
Some verbs are followed directly by an infinitive.
(algunos verbos los siguen directamente un infinitivo)
Learn
(aprender)
Appear
(parecer)
Can’t afford
(no poder costear)
In school we learn to speak in English.
It appears to be that today there is no class.
I can’t afford to buy such an expensive car.
verb Verb in infinitive
VERBS FOLLOWED BY OBJECTS AND INFINITIVES
Some verbs are followed directly by an infinitive.
(algunos verbos los siguen directamente un infinitivo)
Learn
(aprender)
Appear
(parecer)
Can’t afford
(no poder costear)
Can’t wait
(no poder esperar)
In school we learn to speak in English.
It appears to be that today there is no class.
I can’t afford to buy such an expensive car.
verb Verb in infinitive
VERBS FOLLOWED BY OBJECTS AND INFINITIVES
Some verbs are followed directly by an infinitive.
(algunos verbos los siguen directamente un infinitivo)
Learn
(aprender)
Appear
(parecer)
Can’t afford
(no poder costear)
Can’t wait
(no poder esperar)
In school we learn to speak in English.
It appears to be that today there is no class.
I can’t afford to buy such an expensive car.
My parents can’t wait to see my new niece!
verb Verb in infinitive
VERBS FOLLOWED BY OBJECTS AND INFINITIVES
Some verbs are followed directly by an infinitive.
(algunos verbos los siguen directamente un infinitivo)
Learn
(aprender)
Appear
(parecer)
Can’t afford
(no poder costear)
Can’t wait
(no poder esperar)
Decide
(decidir)
In school we learn to speak in English.
It appears to be that today there is no class.
I can’t afford to buy such an expensive car.
My parents can’t wait to see my new niece!
verb Verb in infinitive
VERBS FOLLOWED BY OBJECTS AND INFINITIVES
Some verbs are followed directly by an infinitive.
(algunos verbos los siguen directamente un infinitivo)
Learn
(aprender)
Appear
(parecer)
Can’t afford
(no poder costear)
Can’t wait
(no poder esperar)
Decide
(decidir)
In school we learn to speak in English.
It appears to be that today there is no class.
I can’t afford to buy such an expensive car.
My parents can’t wait to see my new niece!
We have decided to go to the concert.
verb Verb in infinitive
VERBS FOLLOWED BY OBJECTS AND INFINITIVES
Some verbs are followed directly by an infinitive.
(algunos verbos los siguen directamente un infinitivo)
Learn
(aprender)
Appear
(parecer)
Can’t afford
(no poder costear)
Can’t wait
(no poder esperar)
Decide
(decidir)
Deserve
(merecer)
In school we learn to speak in English.
It appears to be that today there is no class.
I can’t afford to buy such an expensive car.
My parents can’t wait to see my new niece!
We have decided to go to the concert.
verb Verb in infinitive
VERBS FOLLOWED BY OBJECTS AND INFINITIVES
Some verbs are followed directly by an infinitive.
(algunos verbos los siguen directamente un infinitivo)
Learn
(aprender)
Appear
(parecer)
Can’t afford
(no poder costear)
Can’t wait
(no poder esperar)
Decide
(decidir)
Deserve
(merecer)
In school we learn to speak in English.
It appears to be that today there is no class.
I can’t afford to buy such an expensive car.
My parents can’t wait to see my new niece!
We have decided to go to the concert.
People deserve to be informed about public matters.
verb Verb in infinitive
VERBS FOLLOWED BY OBJECTS AND INFINITIVES
Some verbs are followed directly by an infinitive.
(algunos verbos los siguen directamente un infinitivo)
Learn
(aprender)
Appear
(parecer)
Can’t afford
(no poder costear)
Can’t wait
(no poder esperar)
Decide
(decidir)
Deserve
(merecer)
Hope
(esperar)
In school we learn to speak in English.
It appears to be that today there is no class.
I can’t afford to buy such an expensive car.
My parents can’t wait to see my new niece!
We have decided to go to the concert.
People deserve to be informed about public matters.
verb Verb in infinitive
VERBS FOLLOWED BY OBJECTS AND INFINITIVES
Some verbs are followed directly by an infinitive.
(algunos verbos los siguen directamente un infinitivo)
Learn
(aprender)
Appear
(parecer)
Can’t afford
(no poder costear)
Can’t wait
(no poder esperar)
Decide
(decidir)
Deserve
(merecer)
Hope
(esperar)
In school we learn to speak in English.
It appears to be that today there is no class.
I can’t afford to buy such an expensive car.
My parents can’t wait to see my new niece!
We have decided to go to the concert.
People deserve to be informed about public matters.
I hope to get my driver’s license soon.
verb Verb in infinitive
VERBS FOLLOWED BY OBJECTS AND INFINITIVES
Some verbs are followed directly by an infinitive.
(algunos verbos los siguen directamente un infinitivo)
Agree
(acordar)
verb Verb in infinitive
VERBS FOLLOWED BY OBJECTS AND INFINITIVES
Some verbs are followed directly by an infinitive.
(algunos verbos los siguen directamente un infinitivo)
Agree
(acordar)
We agreed to meet at the entrance of the stadium at 6:00 p.m.
verb Verb in infinitive
VERBS FOLLOWED BY OBJECTS AND INFINITIVES
Some verbs are followed directly by an infinitive.
(algunos verbos los siguen directamente un infinitivo)
Agree
(acordar)
Manage
(lograr)
We agreed to meet at the entrance of the stadium at 6:00 p.m.
verb Verb in infinitive
VERBS FOLLOWED BY OBJECTS AND INFINITIVES
Some verbs are followed directly by an infinitive.
(algunos verbos los siguen directamente un infinitivo)
Agree
(acordar)
Manage
(lograr)
We agreed to meet at the entrance of the stadium at 6:00 p.m.
Did you manage to tell your parents you were arriving late?
verb Verb in infinitive
VERBS FOLLOWED BY OBJECTS AND INFINITIVES
Some verbs are followed directly by an infinitive.
(algunos verbos los siguen directamente un infinitivo)
Agree
(acordar)
Manage
(lograr)
Need
(necesitar)
We agreed to meet at the entrance of the stadium at 6:00 p.m.
Did you manage to tell your parents you were arriving late?
verb Verb in infinitive
VERBS FOLLOWED BY OBJECTS AND INFINITIVES
Some verbs are followed directly by an infinitive.
(algunos verbos los siguen directamente un infinitivo)
Agree
(acordar)
Manage
(lograr)
Need
(necesitar)
We agreed to meet at the entrance of the stadium at 6:00 p.m.
Did you manage to tell your parents you were arriving late?
We need to work very hard to make a lot of money.
verb Verb in infinitive
VERBS FOLLOWED BY OBJECTS AND INFINITIVES
Some verbs are followed directly by an infinitive.
(algunos verbos los siguen directamente un infinitivo)
Agree
(acordar)
Manage
(lograr)
Need
(necesitar)
Offer
(ofrecer)
We agreed to meet at the entrance of the stadium at 6:00 p.m.
Did you manage to tell your parents you were arriving late?
We need to work very hard to make a lot of money.
verb Verb in infinitive
VERBS FOLLOWED BY OBJECTS AND INFINITIVES
Some verbs are followed directly by an infinitive.
(algunos verbos los siguen directamente un infinitivo)
Agree
(acordar)
Manage
(lograr)
Need
(necesitar)
Offer
(ofrecer)
We agreed to meet at the entrance of the stadium at 6:00 p.m.
Did you manage to tell your parents you were arriving late?
We need to work very hard to make a lot of money.
We are offering to help with the car’s maintenance.
verb Verb in infinitive
VERBS FOLLOWED BY OBJECTS AND INFINITIVES
Some verbs are followed directly by an infinitive.
(algunos verbos los siguen directamente un infinitivo)
Agree
(acordar)
Manage
(lograr)
Need
(necesitar)
Offer
(ofrecer)
Plan
(planear)
We agreed to meet at the entrance of the stadium at 6:00 p.m.
Did you manage to tell your parents you were arriving late?
We need to work very hard to make a lot of money.
We are offering to help with the car’s maintenance.
verb Verb in infinitive
VERBS FOLLOWED BY OBJECTS AND INFINITIVES
Some verbs are followed directly by an infinitive.
(algunos verbos los siguen directamente un infinitivo)
Agree
(acordar)
Manage
(lograr)
Need
(necesitar)
Offer
(ofrecer)
Plan
(planear)
We agreed to meet at the entrance of the stadium at 6:00 p.m.
Did you manage to tell your parents you were arriving late?
We need to work very hard to make a lot of money.
We are offering to help with the car’s maintenance.
I’m planning to go to the University of Harvard.
verb Verb in infinitive
VERBS FOLLOWED BY OBJECTS AND INFINITIVES
Some verbs are followed directly by an infinitive.
(algunos verbos los siguen directamente un infinitivo)
Agree
(acordar)
Manage
(lograr)
Need
(necesitar)
Offer
(ofrecer)
Plan
(planear)
Pretend
(pretender)
We agreed to meet at the entrance of the stadium at 6:00 p.m.
Did you manage to tell your parents you were arriving late?
We need to work very hard to make a lot of money.
We are offering to help with the car’s maintenance.
I’m planning to go to the University of Harvard.
verb Verb in infinitive
VERBS FOLLOWED BY OBJECTS AND INFINITIVES
Some verbs are followed directly by an infinitive.
(algunos verbos los siguen directamente un infinitivo)
Agree
(acordar)
Manage
(lograr)
Need
(necesitar)
Offer
(ofrecer)
Plan
(planear)
Pretend
(pretender)
We agreed to meet at the entrance of the stadium at 6:00 p.m.
Did you manage to tell your parents you were arriving late?
We need to work very hard to make a lot of money.
We are offering to help with the car’s maintenance.
I’m planning to go to the University of Harvard.
My friends pretend to teach me how to dance.
verb Verb in infinitive
VERBS FOLLOWED BY OBJECTS AND INFINITIVES
Some verbs are followed directly by an infinitive.
(algunos verbos los siguen directamente un infinitivo)
Agree
(acordar)
Manage
(lograr)
Need
(necesitar)
Offer
(ofrecer)
Plan
(planear)
Pretend
(pretender)
Refuse
(rehusarse)
We agreed to meet at the entrance of the stadium at 6:00 p.m.
Did you manage to tell your parents you were arriving late?
We need to work very hard to make a lot of money.
We are offering to help with the car’s maintenance.
I’m planning to go to the University of Harvard.
My friends pretend to teach me how to dance.
verb Verb in infinitive
Some verbs are followed
directly by an object before
an infinitive.
(algunos verbos los siguen directamente un objeto
antes de un infinitivo)
VERBS FOLLOWED BY OBJECTS AND INFINITIVES
Some verbs are followed directly by an
object before an infinitive.
(algunos verbos los siguen directamente un objeto antes de un infinitivo)
Advise
(aconsejar)
VERBS FOLLOWED BY OBJECTS AND INFINITIVES
Some verbs are followed directly by an
object before an infinitive.
(algunos verbos los siguen directamente un objeto antes de un infinitivo)
Advise
(aconsejar)Do you think this
is medicine is
good for me?
VERBS FOLLOWED BY OBJECTS AND INFINITIVES
Some verbs are followed directly by an
object before an infinitive.
(algunos verbos los siguen directamente un objeto antes de un infinitivo)
Advise
(aconsejar)Do you think this
is medicine is
good for me?
Maybe, but I advise you to ask
your doctor.
VERBS FOLLOWED BY OBJECTS AND INFINITIVES
Some verbs are followed directly by an
object before an infinitive.
(algunos verbos los siguen directamente un objeto antes de un infinitivo)
Advise
(aconsejar)Do you think this
is medicine is
good for me?
Maybe, but I advise you to ask
your doctor.
Maybe, but I advise you to ask your doctor.
VERBS FOLLOWED BY OBJECTS AND INFINITIVES
Some verbs are followed directly by an
object before an infinitive.
(algunos verbos los siguen directamente un objeto antes de un infinitivo)
Advise
(aconsejar)Do you think this
is medicine is
good for me?
Maybe, but I advise you to ask
your doctor.
Maybe, but I advise you to ask your doctor.
advise
VERBS FOLLOWED BY OBJECTS AND INFINITIVES
Some verbs are followed directly by an
object before an infinitive.
(algunos verbos los siguen directamente un objeto antes de un infinitivo)
Advise
(aconsejar)Do you think this
is medicine is
good for me?
Maybe, but I advise you to ask
your doctor.
Maybe, but I advise you to ask your doctor.
advise + object
VERBS FOLLOWED BY OBJECTS AND INFINITIVES
Some verbs are followed directly by an
object before an infinitive.
(algunos verbos los siguen directamente un objeto antes de un infinitivo)
Advise
(aconsejar)Do you think this
is medicine is
good for me?
Maybe, but I advise you to ask
your doctor.
Maybe, but I advise you to ask your doctor.
advise + object + Verb in infinitive
VERBS FOLLOWED BY OBJECTS AND INFINITIVES
Some verbs are followed directly by an
object before an infinitive.
(algunos verbos los siguen directamente un objeto antes de un infinitivo)
Convince
(convencer)
VERBS FOLLOWED BY OBJECTS AND INFINITIVES
Some verbs are followed directly by an
object before an infinitive.
(algunos verbos los siguen directamente un objeto antes de un infinitivo)
Convince
(convencer)Did you finally
decide to go to
the university?
VERBS FOLLOWED BY OBJECTS AND INFINITIVES
Some verbs are followed directly by an
object before an infinitive.
(algunos verbos los siguen directamente un objeto antes de un infinitivo)
Convince
(convencer)Did you finally
decide to go to
the university?
Yes, my father convinced me to
go.
VERBS FOLLOWED BY OBJECTS AND INFINITIVES
Some verbs are followed directly by an
object before an infinitive.
(algunos verbos los siguen directamente un objeto antes de un infinitivo)
Convince
(convencer)Did you finally
decide to go to
the university?
Yes, my father convinced me to
go.
Yes, my father convinced me to go.
VERBS FOLLOWED BY OBJECTS AND INFINITIVES
Some verbs are followed directly by an
object before an infinitive.
(algunos verbos los siguen directamente un objeto antes de un infinitivo)
Convince
(convencer)Did you finally
decide to go to
the university?
Yes, my father convinced me to
go.
Yes, my father convinced me to go.
convince +
VERBS FOLLOWED BY OBJECTS AND INFINITIVES
Some verbs are followed directly by an
object before an infinitive.
(algunos verbos los siguen directamente un objeto antes de un infinitivo)
Convince
(convencer)Did you finally
decide to go to
the university?
Yes, my father convinced me to
go.
Yes, my father convinced me to go.
convince + object
VERBS FOLLOWED BY OBJECTS AND INFINITIVES
Some verbs are followed directly by an
object before an infinitive.
(algunos verbos los siguen directamente un objeto antes de un infinitivo)
Convince
(convencer)Did you finally
decide to go to
the university?
Yes, my father convinced me to
go.
Yes, my father convinced me to go.
convince + object + Verb in infinitive
VERBS FOLLOWED BY OBJECTS AND INFINITIVES
Some verbs are followed directly by an object before an infinitive.
(algunos verbos los siguen directamente un objeto antes de un infinitivo)
VERBS FOLLOWED BY OBJECTS AND INFINITIVES
Some verbs are followed directly by an object before an infinitive.
(algunos verbos los siguen directamente un objeto antes de un infinitivo)
verb
VERBS FOLLOWED BY OBJECTS AND INFINITIVES
Some verbs are followed directly by an object before an infinitive.
(algunos verbos los siguen directamente un objeto antes de un infinitivo)
verb object
VERBS FOLLOWED BY OBJECTS AND INFINITIVES
Some verbs are followed directly by an object before an infinitive.
(algunos verbos los siguen directamente un objeto antes de un infinitivo)
verb object Verb in infinitive
VERBS FOLLOWED BY OBJECTS AND INFINITIVES
Some verbs are followed directly by an object before an infinitive.
(algunos verbos los siguen directamente un objeto antes de un infinitivo)
Convince
(convencer)
My mother convinced me to stay during vacations.
verb object Verb in infinitive
VERBS FOLLOWED BY OBJECTS AND INFINITIVES
Some verbs are followed directly by an object before an infinitive.
(algunos verbos los siguen directamente un objeto antes de un infinitivo)
Convince
(convencer)
My mother convinced me to stay during vacations.
verb object Verb in infinitive
VERBS FOLLOWED BY OBJECTS AND INFINITIVES
Some verbs are followed directly by an object before an infinitive.
(algunos verbos los siguen directamente un objeto antes de un infinitivo)
Convince
(convencer)
My mother convinced me to stay during vacations.
verb object Verb in infinitive
VERBS FOLLOWED BY OBJECTS AND INFINITIVES
Some verbs are followed directly by an object before an infinitive.
(algunos verbos los siguen directamente un objeto antes de un infinitivo)
Convince
(convencer)
My mother convinced me to stay during vacations.
verb object Verb in infinitive
VERBS FOLLOWED BY OBJECTS AND INFINITIVES
Some verbs are followed directly by an object before an infinitive.
(algunos verbos los siguen directamente un objeto antes de un infinitivo)
Convince
(convencer)
Advise
(aconsejar)
My mother convinced me to stay during vacations.
verb object Verb in infinitive
VERBS FOLLOWED BY OBJECTS AND INFINITIVES
Some verbs are followed directly by an object before an infinitive.
(algunos verbos los siguen directamente un objeto antes de un infinitivo)
Convince
(convencer)
Advise
(aconsejar)
My mother convinced me to stay during vacations.
John advised me to enroll in that university.
verb object Verb in infinitive
VERBS FOLLOWED BY OBJECTS AND INFINITIVES
Some verbs are followed directly by an object before an infinitive.
(algunos verbos los siguen directamente un objeto antes de un infinitivo)
Convince
(convencer)
Advise
(aconsejar)
Allow
(Permitir)
My mother convinced me to stay during vacations.
John advised me to enroll in that university.
verb object Verb in infinitive
VERBS FOLLOWED BY OBJECTS AND INFINITIVES
Some verbs are followed directly by an object before an infinitive.
(algunos verbos los siguen directamente un objeto antes de un infinitivo)
Convince
(convencer)
Advise
(aconsejar)
Allow
(Permitir)
My mother convinced me to stay during vacations.
John advised me to enroll in that university.
Our boss didn’t allow us to leave early.
verb object Verb in infinitive
VERBS FOLLOWED BY OBJECTS AND INFINITIVES
Some verbs are followed directly by an object before an infinitive.
(algunos verbos los siguen directamente un objeto antes de un infinitivo)
Convince
(convencer)
Advise
(aconsejar)
Allow
(Permitir)
Cause
(causar)
My mother convinced me to stay during vacations.
John advised me to enroll in that university.
Our boss didn’t allow us to leave early.
verb object Verb in infinitive
VERBS FOLLOWED BY OBJECTS AND INFINITIVES
Some verbs are followed directly by an object before an infinitive.
(algunos verbos los siguen directamente un objeto antes de un infinitivo)
Convince
(convencer)
Advise
(aconsejar)
Allow
(Permitir)
Cause
(causar)
My mother convinced me to stay during vacations.
John advised me to enroll in that university.
Our boss didn’t allow us to leave early.
Exposition to radiation caused him to develop cancer.
verb object Verb in infinitive
VERBS FOLLOWED BY OBJECTS AND INFINITIVES
Some verbs are followed directly by an object before an infinitive.
(algunos verbos los siguen directamente un objeto antes de un infinitivo)
Convince
(convencer)
Advise
(aconsejar)
Allow
(Permitir)
Cause
(causar)
Encourage
(motivar)
My mother convinced me to stay during vacations.
John advised me to enroll in that university.
Our boss didn’t allow us to leave early.
Exposition to radiation caused him to develop cancer.
verb object Verb in infinitive
VERBS FOLLOWED BY OBJECTS AND INFINITIVES
Some verbs are followed directly by an object before an infinitive.
(algunos verbos los siguen directamente un objeto antes de un infinitivo)
Convince
(convencer)
Advise
(aconsejar)
Allow
(Permitir)
Cause
(causar)
Encourage
(motivar)
My mother convinced me to stay during vacations.
John advised me to enroll in that university.
Our boss didn’t allow us to leave early.
Exposition to radiation caused him to develop cancer.
The coach encouraged the team players to win the game.
verb object Verb in infinitive
VERBS FOLLOWED BY OBJECTS AND INFINITIVES
Some verbs are followed directly by an object before an infinitive.
(algunos verbos los siguen directamente un objeto antes de un infinitivo)
Convince
(convencer)
Advise
(aconsejar)
Allow
(Permitir)
Cause
(causar)
Encourage
(motivar)
Invite
(Invitar)
My mother convinced me to stay during vacations.
John advised me to enroll in that university.
Our boss didn’t allow us to leave early.
Exposition to radiation caused him to develop cancer.
The coach encouraged the team players to win the game.
verb object Verb in infinitive
VERBS FOLLOWED BY OBJECTS AND INFINITIVES
Some verbs are followed directly by an object before an infinitive.
(algunos verbos los siguen directamente un objeto antes de un infinitivo)
Convince
(convencer)
Advise
(aconsejar)
Allow
(Permitir)
Cause
(causar)
Encourage
(motivar)
Invite
(Invitar)
My mother convinced me to stay during vacations.
John advised me to enroll in that university.
Our boss didn’t allow us to leave early.
Exposition to radiation caused him to develop cancer.
The coach encouraged the team players to win the game.
My girlfriend invited me to dance this weekend.
verb object Verb in infinitive
VERBS FOLLOWED BY OBJECTS AND INFINITIVES
Some verbs are followed directly by an object before an infinitive.
(algunos verbos los siguen directamente un objeto antes de un infinitivo)
Convince
(convencer)
Advise
(aconsejar)
Allow
(Permitir)
Cause
(causar)
Encourage
(motivar)
Invite
(Invitar)
Permit
(Permitir)
My mother convinced me to stay during vacations.
John advised me to enroll in that university.
Our boss didn’t allow us to leave early.
Exposition to radiation caused him to develop cancer.
The coach encouraged the team players to win the game.
My girlfriend invited me to dance this weekend.
verb object Verb in infinitive
VERBS FOLLOWED BY OBJECTS AND INFINITIVES
Some verbs are followed directly by an object before an infinitive.
(algunos verbos los siguen directamente un objeto antes de un infinitivo)
Convince
(convencer)
Advise
(aconsejar)
Allow
(Permitir)
Cause
(causar)
Encourage
(motivar)
Invite
(Invitar)
Permit
(Permitir)
My mother convinced me to stay during vacations.
John advised me to enroll in that university.
Our boss didn’t allow us to leave early.
Exposition to radiation caused him to develop cancer.
The coach encouraged the team players to win the game.
My girlfriend invited me to dance this weekend.
I don’t permit my daughter to arrive home after 10:00 p.m.
verb object Verb in infinitive
VERBS FOLLOWED BY OBJECTS AND INFINITIVES
Some verbs are followed directly by an object before an infinitive.
(algunos verbos los siguen directamente un objeto antes de un infinitivo)
Remind
(recordar)
verb object Verb in infinitive
VERBS FOLLOWED BY OBJECTS AND INFINITIVES
Some verbs are followed directly by an object before an infinitive.
(algunos verbos los siguen directamente un objeto antes de un infinitivo)
Remind
(recordar)
Please, remind her to bring the book to the library.
verb object Verb in infinitive
VERBS FOLLOWED BY OBJECTS AND INFINITIVES
Some verbs are followed directly by an object before an infinitive.
(algunos verbos los siguen directamente un objeto antes de un infinitivo)
Remind
(recordar)
Request
(solicitar)
Please, remind her to bring the book to the library.
verb object Verb in infinitive
VERBS FOLLOWED BY OBJECTS AND INFINITIVES
Some verbs are followed directly by an object before an infinitive.
(algunos verbos los siguen directamente un objeto antes de un infinitivo)
Remind
(recordar)
Request
(solicitar)
Please, remind her to bring the book to the library.
Our director requested us to work late.
verb object Verb in infinitive
VERBS FOLLOWED BY OBJECTS AND INFINITIVES
Some verbs are followed directly by an object before an infinitive.
(algunos verbos los siguen directamente un objeto antes de un infinitivo)
Remind
(recordar)
Request
(solicitar)
Require
(requerir)
Please, remind her to bring the book to the library.
Our director requested us to work late.
verb object Verb in infinitive
VERBS FOLLOWED BY OBJECTS AND INFINITIVES
Some verbs are followed directly by an object before an infinitive.
(algunos verbos los siguen directamente un objeto antes de un infinitivo)
Remind
(recordar)
Request
(solicitar)
Require
(requerir)
Please, remind her to bring the book to the library.
Our director requested us to work late.
The United States requires people to have a visa to enter.
verb object Verb in infinitive
VERBS FOLLOWED BY OBJECTS AND INFINITIVES
Some verbs are followed directly by an object before an infinitive.
(algunos verbos los siguen directamente un objeto antes de un infinitivo)
Remind
(recordar)
Request
(solicitar)
Require
(requerir)
Tell
(contar)
Please, remind her to bring the book to the library.
Our director requested us to work late.
The United States requires people to have a visa to enter.
verb object Verb in infinitive
VERBS FOLLOWED BY OBJECTS AND INFINITIVES
Some verbs are followed directly by an object before an infinitive.
(algunos verbos los siguen directamente un objeto antes de un infinitivo)
Remind
(recordar)
Request
(solicitar)
Require
(requerir)
Tell
(contar)
Please, remind her to bring the book to the library.
Our director requested us to work late.
The United States requires people to have a visa to enter.
She told me to call her later.
verb object Verb in infinitive
VERBS FOLLOWED BY OBJECTS AND INFINITIVES
Some verbs are followed directly by an object before an infinitive.
(algunos verbos los siguen directamente un objeto antes de un infinitivo)
Remind
(recordar)
Request
(solicitar)
Require
(requerir)
Tell
(contar)
Urge
(Urgir)
Please, remind her to bring the book to the library.
Our director requested us to work late.
The United States requires people to have a visa to enter.
She told me to call her later.
verb object Verb in infinitive
VERBS FOLLOWED BY OBJECTS AND INFINITIVES
Some verbs are followed directly by an object before an infinitive.
(algunos verbos los siguen directamente un objeto antes de un infinitivo)
Remind
(recordar)
Request
(solicitar)
Require
(requerir)
Tell
(contar)
Urge
(Urgir)
Please, remind her to bring the book to the library.
Our director requested us to work late.
The United States requires people to have a visa to enter.
She told me to call her later.
The doctor urged my dad to get a blood test.
verb object Verb in infinitive
VERBS FOLLOWED BY OBJECTS AND INFINITIVES
Some verbs are followed directly by an object before an infinitive.
(algunos verbos los siguen directamente un objeto antes de un infinitivo)
Remind
(recordar)
Request
(solicitar)
Require
(requerir)
Tell
(contar)
Urge
(Urgir)
Warn
(Advertir)
Please, remind her to bring the book to the library.
Our director requested us to work late.
The United States requires people to have a visa to enter.
She told me to call her later.
The doctor urged my dad to get a blood test.
verb object Verb in infinitive
VERBS FOLLOWED BY OBJECTS AND INFINITIVES
Some verbs are followed directly by an object before an infinitive.
(algunos verbos los siguen directamente un objeto antes de un infinitivo)
Remind
(recordar)
Request
(solicitar)
Require
(requerir)
Tell
(contar)
Urge
(Urgir)
Warn
(Advertir)
Please, remind her to bring the book to the library.
Our director requested us to work late.
The United States requires people to have a visa to enter.
She told me to call her later.
The doctor urged my dad to get a blood test.
They warned them to get a good jacket. The weather might be cold.
verb object Verb in infinitive
VERBS FOLLOWED BY OBJECTS AND INFINITIVES
Some verbs are followed directly by an object before an infinitive.
(algunos verbos los siguen directamente un objeto antes de un infinitivo)
Remind
(recordar)
Request
(solicitar)
Require
(requerir)
Tell
(contar)
Urge
(Urgir)
Warn
(Advertir)
Please, remind her to bring the book to the library.
Our director requested us to work late.
The United States requires people to have a visa to enter.
She told me to call her later.
The doctor urged my dad to get a blood test.
They warned them to get a good jacket. The weather might be cold.
verb object Verb in infinitive
Persuade
(Persuadir)
VERBS FOLLOWED BY OBJECTS AND INFINITIVES
Some verbs are followed directly by an object before an infinitive.
(algunos verbos los siguen directamente un objeto antes de un infinitivo)
Remind
(recordar)
Request
(solicitar)
Require
(requerir)
Tell
(contar)
Urge
(Urgir)
Warn
(Advertir)
Please, remind her to bring the book to the library.
Our director requested us to work late.
The United States requires people to have a visa to enter.
She told me to call her later.
The doctor urged my dad to get a blood test.
They warned them to get a good jacket. The weather might be cold.
verb object Verb in infinitive
Persuade
(Persuadir)
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C14 U9 Project verbs followed by objects and infinitives.

  • 1. VERBS FOLLOWED BY OBJECTS AND INFINITIVES
  • 2. VERBS FOLLOWED BY OBJECTS AND INFINITIVES
  • 3. VERBS FOLLOWED BY OBJECTS AND INFINITIVES A verb in base form…
  • 4. VERBS FOLLOWED BY OBJECTS AND INFINITIVES A verb in base form… Decide (decidir)
  • 5. VERBS FOLLOWED BY OBJECTS AND INFINITIVES A verb in base form… Decide (decidir) A verb in infinitive…
  • 6. VERBS FOLLOWED BY OBJECTS AND INFINITIVES A verb in base form… Decide (decidir) A verb in infinitive… To Decide (decidir)
  • 7. VERBS FOLLOWED BY OBJECTS AND INFINITIVES A verb in base form… Decide (decidir) A verb in infinitive… To Decide (decidir) A verb in infinitive has “TO” before it.
  • 8. VERBS FOLLOWED BY OBJECTS AND INFINITIVES An object…
  • 9. VERBS FOLLOWED BY OBJECTS AND INFINITIVES An object… The object is who receives the action (verb)
  • 10. VERBS FOLLOWED BY OBJECTS AND INFINITIVES An object… The object is who receives the action (verb) She invited me to her house.
  • 11. VERBS FOLLOWED BY OBJECTS AND INFINITIVES An object… The object is who receives the action (verb) She invited me to her house. Does the action
  • 12. VERBS FOLLOWED BY OBJECTS AND INFINITIVES An object… The object is who receives the action (verb) She invited me to her house. Does the action The action
  • 13. VERBS FOLLOWED BY OBJECTS AND INFINITIVES An object… The object is who receives the action (verb) She invited me to her house. Does the action The action Receives the action = object
  • 14. VERBS FOLLOWED BY OBJECTS AND INFINITIVES An object… The object is who receives the action (verb) She invited me to her house. Does the action The action Receives the action = object She invited…
  • 15. VERBS FOLLOWED BY OBJECTS AND INFINITIVES An object… The object is who receives the action (verb) She invited me to her house. Does the action The action Receives the action = object She invited…
  • 16. Some verbs are followed directly by an infinitive. (algunos verbos los siguen directamente un infinitivo)
  • 17. VERBS FOLLOWED BY OBJECTS AND INFINITIVES Some verbs are followed directly by an infinitive. (algunos verbos los siguen directamente un infinitivo) Need (necesitar)
  • 18. VERBS FOLLOWED BY OBJECTS AND INFINITIVES Some verbs are followed directly by an infinitive. (algunos verbos los siguen directamente un infinitivo) Need (necesitar) I don’t feel well, I need to go to the doctor.
  • 19. VERBS FOLLOWED BY OBJECTS AND INFINITIVES Some verbs are followed directly by an infinitive. (algunos verbos los siguen directamente un infinitivo) Need (necesitar) I don’t feel well, I need to go to the doctor. I don’t feel well, I need to go to the doctor
  • 20. VERBS FOLLOWED BY OBJECTS AND INFINITIVES Some verbs are followed directly by an infinitive. (algunos verbos los siguen directamente un infinitivo) Need (necesitar) I don’t feel well, I need to go to the doctor. I don’t feel well, I need to go to the doctor need
  • 21. VERBS FOLLOWED BY OBJECTS AND INFINITIVES Some verbs are followed directly by an infinitive. (algunos verbos los siguen directamente un infinitivo) Need (necesitar) I don’t feel well, I need to go to the doctor. I don’t feel well, I need to go to the doctor need + Verb in infinitive
  • 22. VERBS FOLLOWED BY OBJECTS AND INFINITIVES Some verbs are followed directly by an infinitive. (algunos verbos los siguen directamente un infinitivo) Plan (planear)
  • 23. VERBS FOLLOWED BY OBJECTS AND INFINITIVES Some verbs are followed directly by an infinitive. (algunos verbos los siguen directamente un infinitivo) Plan (planear) We are planning to travel throughout the country
  • 24. VERBS FOLLOWED BY OBJECTS AND INFINITIVES Some verbs are followed directly by an infinitive. (algunos verbos los siguen directamente un infinitivo) Plan (planear) We are planning to travel throughout the country Plan
  • 25. VERBS FOLLOWED BY OBJECTS AND INFINITIVES Some verbs are followed directly by an infinitive. (algunos verbos los siguen directamente un infinitivo) Plan (planear) We are planning to travel throughout the country Plan + Verb in infinitive
  • 26. VERBS FOLLOWED BY OBJECTS AND INFINITIVES Some verbs are followed directly by an infinitive. (algunos verbos los siguen directamente un infinitivo)
  • 27. VERBS FOLLOWED BY OBJECTS AND INFINITIVES Some verbs are followed directly by an infinitive. (algunos verbos los siguen directamente un infinitivo) verb Verb in infinitive
  • 28. VERBS FOLLOWED BY OBJECTS AND INFINITIVES Some verbs are followed directly by an infinitive. (algunos verbos los siguen directamente un infinitivo) Learn (aprender) verb Verb in infinitive
  • 29. VERBS FOLLOWED BY OBJECTS AND INFINITIVES Some verbs are followed directly by an infinitive. (algunos verbos los siguen directamente un infinitivo) Learn (aprender) In school we learn to speak in English. verb Verb in infinitive
  • 30. VERBS FOLLOWED BY OBJECTS AND INFINITIVES Some verbs are followed directly by an infinitive. (algunos verbos los siguen directamente un infinitivo) Learn (aprender) In school we learn to speak in English. verb Verb in infinitive
  • 31. VERBS FOLLOWED BY OBJECTS AND INFINITIVES Some verbs are followed directly by an infinitive. (algunos verbos los siguen directamente un infinitivo) Learn (aprender) In school we learn to speak in English. verb Verb in infinitive
  • 32. VERBS FOLLOWED BY OBJECTS AND INFINITIVES Some verbs are followed directly by an infinitive. (algunos verbos los siguen directamente un infinitivo) Learn (aprender) Appear (parecer) In school we learn to speak in English. verb Verb in infinitive
  • 33. VERBS FOLLOWED BY OBJECTS AND INFINITIVES Some verbs are followed directly by an infinitive. (algunos verbos los siguen directamente un infinitivo) Learn (aprender) Appear (parecer) In school we learn to speak in English. It appears to be that today there is no class. verb Verb in infinitive
  • 34. VERBS FOLLOWED BY OBJECTS AND INFINITIVES Some verbs are followed directly by an infinitive. (algunos verbos los siguen directamente un infinitivo) Learn (aprender) Appear (parecer) Can’t afford (no poder costear) In school we learn to speak in English. It appears to be that today there is no class. verb Verb in infinitive
  • 35. VERBS FOLLOWED BY OBJECTS AND INFINITIVES Some verbs are followed directly by an infinitive. (algunos verbos los siguen directamente un infinitivo) Learn (aprender) Appear (parecer) Can’t afford (no poder costear) In school we learn to speak in English. It appears to be that today there is no class. I can’t afford to buy such an expensive car. verb Verb in infinitive
  • 36. VERBS FOLLOWED BY OBJECTS AND INFINITIVES Some verbs are followed directly by an infinitive. (algunos verbos los siguen directamente un infinitivo) Learn (aprender) Appear (parecer) Can’t afford (no poder costear) Can’t wait (no poder esperar) In school we learn to speak in English. It appears to be that today there is no class. I can’t afford to buy such an expensive car. verb Verb in infinitive
  • 37. VERBS FOLLOWED BY OBJECTS AND INFINITIVES Some verbs are followed directly by an infinitive. (algunos verbos los siguen directamente un infinitivo) Learn (aprender) Appear (parecer) Can’t afford (no poder costear) Can’t wait (no poder esperar) In school we learn to speak in English. It appears to be that today there is no class. I can’t afford to buy such an expensive car. My parents can’t wait to see my new niece! verb Verb in infinitive
  • 38. VERBS FOLLOWED BY OBJECTS AND INFINITIVES Some verbs are followed directly by an infinitive. (algunos verbos los siguen directamente un infinitivo) Learn (aprender) Appear (parecer) Can’t afford (no poder costear) Can’t wait (no poder esperar) Decide (decidir) In school we learn to speak in English. It appears to be that today there is no class. I can’t afford to buy such an expensive car. My parents can’t wait to see my new niece! verb Verb in infinitive
  • 39. VERBS FOLLOWED BY OBJECTS AND INFINITIVES Some verbs are followed directly by an infinitive. (algunos verbos los siguen directamente un infinitivo) Learn (aprender) Appear (parecer) Can’t afford (no poder costear) Can’t wait (no poder esperar) Decide (decidir) In school we learn to speak in English. It appears to be that today there is no class. I can’t afford to buy such an expensive car. My parents can’t wait to see my new niece! We have decided to go to the concert. verb Verb in infinitive
  • 40. VERBS FOLLOWED BY OBJECTS AND INFINITIVES Some verbs are followed directly by an infinitive. (algunos verbos los siguen directamente un infinitivo) Learn (aprender) Appear (parecer) Can’t afford (no poder costear) Can’t wait (no poder esperar) Decide (decidir) Deserve (merecer) In school we learn to speak in English. It appears to be that today there is no class. I can’t afford to buy such an expensive car. My parents can’t wait to see my new niece! We have decided to go to the concert. verb Verb in infinitive
  • 41. VERBS FOLLOWED BY OBJECTS AND INFINITIVES Some verbs are followed directly by an infinitive. (algunos verbos los siguen directamente un infinitivo) Learn (aprender) Appear (parecer) Can’t afford (no poder costear) Can’t wait (no poder esperar) Decide (decidir) Deserve (merecer) In school we learn to speak in English. It appears to be that today there is no class. I can’t afford to buy such an expensive car. My parents can’t wait to see my new niece! We have decided to go to the concert. People deserve to be informed about public matters. verb Verb in infinitive
  • 42. VERBS FOLLOWED BY OBJECTS AND INFINITIVES Some verbs are followed directly by an infinitive. (algunos verbos los siguen directamente un infinitivo) Learn (aprender) Appear (parecer) Can’t afford (no poder costear) Can’t wait (no poder esperar) Decide (decidir) Deserve (merecer) Hope (esperar) In school we learn to speak in English. It appears to be that today there is no class. I can’t afford to buy such an expensive car. My parents can’t wait to see my new niece! We have decided to go to the concert. People deserve to be informed about public matters. verb Verb in infinitive
  • 43. VERBS FOLLOWED BY OBJECTS AND INFINITIVES Some verbs are followed directly by an infinitive. (algunos verbos los siguen directamente un infinitivo) Learn (aprender) Appear (parecer) Can’t afford (no poder costear) Can’t wait (no poder esperar) Decide (decidir) Deserve (merecer) Hope (esperar) In school we learn to speak in English. It appears to be that today there is no class. I can’t afford to buy such an expensive car. My parents can’t wait to see my new niece! We have decided to go to the concert. People deserve to be informed about public matters. I hope to get my driver’s license soon. verb Verb in infinitive
  • 44.
  • 45. VERBS FOLLOWED BY OBJECTS AND INFINITIVES Some verbs are followed directly by an infinitive. (algunos verbos los siguen directamente un infinitivo) Agree (acordar) verb Verb in infinitive
  • 46. VERBS FOLLOWED BY OBJECTS AND INFINITIVES Some verbs are followed directly by an infinitive. (algunos verbos los siguen directamente un infinitivo) Agree (acordar) We agreed to meet at the entrance of the stadium at 6:00 p.m. verb Verb in infinitive
  • 47. VERBS FOLLOWED BY OBJECTS AND INFINITIVES Some verbs are followed directly by an infinitive. (algunos verbos los siguen directamente un infinitivo) Agree (acordar) Manage (lograr) We agreed to meet at the entrance of the stadium at 6:00 p.m. verb Verb in infinitive
  • 48. VERBS FOLLOWED BY OBJECTS AND INFINITIVES Some verbs are followed directly by an infinitive. (algunos verbos los siguen directamente un infinitivo) Agree (acordar) Manage (lograr) We agreed to meet at the entrance of the stadium at 6:00 p.m. Did you manage to tell your parents you were arriving late? verb Verb in infinitive
  • 49. VERBS FOLLOWED BY OBJECTS AND INFINITIVES Some verbs are followed directly by an infinitive. (algunos verbos los siguen directamente un infinitivo) Agree (acordar) Manage (lograr) Need (necesitar) We agreed to meet at the entrance of the stadium at 6:00 p.m. Did you manage to tell your parents you were arriving late? verb Verb in infinitive
  • 50. VERBS FOLLOWED BY OBJECTS AND INFINITIVES Some verbs are followed directly by an infinitive. (algunos verbos los siguen directamente un infinitivo) Agree (acordar) Manage (lograr) Need (necesitar) We agreed to meet at the entrance of the stadium at 6:00 p.m. Did you manage to tell your parents you were arriving late? We need to work very hard to make a lot of money. verb Verb in infinitive
  • 51. VERBS FOLLOWED BY OBJECTS AND INFINITIVES Some verbs are followed directly by an infinitive. (algunos verbos los siguen directamente un infinitivo) Agree (acordar) Manage (lograr) Need (necesitar) Offer (ofrecer) We agreed to meet at the entrance of the stadium at 6:00 p.m. Did you manage to tell your parents you were arriving late? We need to work very hard to make a lot of money. verb Verb in infinitive
  • 52. VERBS FOLLOWED BY OBJECTS AND INFINITIVES Some verbs are followed directly by an infinitive. (algunos verbos los siguen directamente un infinitivo) Agree (acordar) Manage (lograr) Need (necesitar) Offer (ofrecer) We agreed to meet at the entrance of the stadium at 6:00 p.m. Did you manage to tell your parents you were arriving late? We need to work very hard to make a lot of money. We are offering to help with the car’s maintenance. verb Verb in infinitive
  • 53. VERBS FOLLOWED BY OBJECTS AND INFINITIVES Some verbs are followed directly by an infinitive. (algunos verbos los siguen directamente un infinitivo) Agree (acordar) Manage (lograr) Need (necesitar) Offer (ofrecer) Plan (planear) We agreed to meet at the entrance of the stadium at 6:00 p.m. Did you manage to tell your parents you were arriving late? We need to work very hard to make a lot of money. We are offering to help with the car’s maintenance. verb Verb in infinitive
  • 54. VERBS FOLLOWED BY OBJECTS AND INFINITIVES Some verbs are followed directly by an infinitive. (algunos verbos los siguen directamente un infinitivo) Agree (acordar) Manage (lograr) Need (necesitar) Offer (ofrecer) Plan (planear) We agreed to meet at the entrance of the stadium at 6:00 p.m. Did you manage to tell your parents you were arriving late? We need to work very hard to make a lot of money. We are offering to help with the car’s maintenance. I’m planning to go to the University of Harvard. verb Verb in infinitive
  • 55. VERBS FOLLOWED BY OBJECTS AND INFINITIVES Some verbs are followed directly by an infinitive. (algunos verbos los siguen directamente un infinitivo) Agree (acordar) Manage (lograr) Need (necesitar) Offer (ofrecer) Plan (planear) Pretend (pretender) We agreed to meet at the entrance of the stadium at 6:00 p.m. Did you manage to tell your parents you were arriving late? We need to work very hard to make a lot of money. We are offering to help with the car’s maintenance. I’m planning to go to the University of Harvard. verb Verb in infinitive
  • 56. VERBS FOLLOWED BY OBJECTS AND INFINITIVES Some verbs are followed directly by an infinitive. (algunos verbos los siguen directamente un infinitivo) Agree (acordar) Manage (lograr) Need (necesitar) Offer (ofrecer) Plan (planear) Pretend (pretender) We agreed to meet at the entrance of the stadium at 6:00 p.m. Did you manage to tell your parents you were arriving late? We need to work very hard to make a lot of money. We are offering to help with the car’s maintenance. I’m planning to go to the University of Harvard. My friends pretend to teach me how to dance. verb Verb in infinitive
  • 57. VERBS FOLLOWED BY OBJECTS AND INFINITIVES Some verbs are followed directly by an infinitive. (algunos verbos los siguen directamente un infinitivo) Agree (acordar) Manage (lograr) Need (necesitar) Offer (ofrecer) Plan (planear) Pretend (pretender) Refuse (rehusarse) We agreed to meet at the entrance of the stadium at 6:00 p.m. Did you manage to tell your parents you were arriving late? We need to work very hard to make a lot of money. We are offering to help with the car’s maintenance. I’m planning to go to the University of Harvard. My friends pretend to teach me how to dance. verb Verb in infinitive
  • 58. Some verbs are followed directly by an object before an infinitive. (algunos verbos los siguen directamente un objeto antes de un infinitivo)
  • 59. VERBS FOLLOWED BY OBJECTS AND INFINITIVES Some verbs are followed directly by an object before an infinitive. (algunos verbos los siguen directamente un objeto antes de un infinitivo) Advise (aconsejar)
  • 60. VERBS FOLLOWED BY OBJECTS AND INFINITIVES Some verbs are followed directly by an object before an infinitive. (algunos verbos los siguen directamente un objeto antes de un infinitivo) Advise (aconsejar)Do you think this is medicine is good for me?
  • 61. VERBS FOLLOWED BY OBJECTS AND INFINITIVES Some verbs are followed directly by an object before an infinitive. (algunos verbos los siguen directamente un objeto antes de un infinitivo) Advise (aconsejar)Do you think this is medicine is good for me? Maybe, but I advise you to ask your doctor.
  • 62. VERBS FOLLOWED BY OBJECTS AND INFINITIVES Some verbs are followed directly by an object before an infinitive. (algunos verbos los siguen directamente un objeto antes de un infinitivo) Advise (aconsejar)Do you think this is medicine is good for me? Maybe, but I advise you to ask your doctor. Maybe, but I advise you to ask your doctor.
  • 63. VERBS FOLLOWED BY OBJECTS AND INFINITIVES Some verbs are followed directly by an object before an infinitive. (algunos verbos los siguen directamente un objeto antes de un infinitivo) Advise (aconsejar)Do you think this is medicine is good for me? Maybe, but I advise you to ask your doctor. Maybe, but I advise you to ask your doctor. advise
  • 64. VERBS FOLLOWED BY OBJECTS AND INFINITIVES Some verbs are followed directly by an object before an infinitive. (algunos verbos los siguen directamente un objeto antes de un infinitivo) Advise (aconsejar)Do you think this is medicine is good for me? Maybe, but I advise you to ask your doctor. Maybe, but I advise you to ask your doctor. advise + object
  • 65. VERBS FOLLOWED BY OBJECTS AND INFINITIVES Some verbs are followed directly by an object before an infinitive. (algunos verbos los siguen directamente un objeto antes de un infinitivo) Advise (aconsejar)Do you think this is medicine is good for me? Maybe, but I advise you to ask your doctor. Maybe, but I advise you to ask your doctor. advise + object + Verb in infinitive
  • 66. VERBS FOLLOWED BY OBJECTS AND INFINITIVES Some verbs are followed directly by an object before an infinitive. (algunos verbos los siguen directamente un objeto antes de un infinitivo) Convince (convencer)
  • 67. VERBS FOLLOWED BY OBJECTS AND INFINITIVES Some verbs are followed directly by an object before an infinitive. (algunos verbos los siguen directamente un objeto antes de un infinitivo) Convince (convencer)Did you finally decide to go to the university?
  • 68. VERBS FOLLOWED BY OBJECTS AND INFINITIVES Some verbs are followed directly by an object before an infinitive. (algunos verbos los siguen directamente un objeto antes de un infinitivo) Convince (convencer)Did you finally decide to go to the university? Yes, my father convinced me to go.
  • 69. VERBS FOLLOWED BY OBJECTS AND INFINITIVES Some verbs are followed directly by an object before an infinitive. (algunos verbos los siguen directamente un objeto antes de un infinitivo) Convince (convencer)Did you finally decide to go to the university? Yes, my father convinced me to go. Yes, my father convinced me to go.
  • 70. VERBS FOLLOWED BY OBJECTS AND INFINITIVES Some verbs are followed directly by an object before an infinitive. (algunos verbos los siguen directamente un objeto antes de un infinitivo) Convince (convencer)Did you finally decide to go to the university? Yes, my father convinced me to go. Yes, my father convinced me to go. convince +
  • 71. VERBS FOLLOWED BY OBJECTS AND INFINITIVES Some verbs are followed directly by an object before an infinitive. (algunos verbos los siguen directamente un objeto antes de un infinitivo) Convince (convencer)Did you finally decide to go to the university? Yes, my father convinced me to go. Yes, my father convinced me to go. convince + object
  • 72. VERBS FOLLOWED BY OBJECTS AND INFINITIVES Some verbs are followed directly by an object before an infinitive. (algunos verbos los siguen directamente un objeto antes de un infinitivo) Convince (convencer)Did you finally decide to go to the university? Yes, my father convinced me to go. Yes, my father convinced me to go. convince + object + Verb in infinitive
  • 73. VERBS FOLLOWED BY OBJECTS AND INFINITIVES Some verbs are followed directly by an object before an infinitive. (algunos verbos los siguen directamente un objeto antes de un infinitivo)
  • 74. VERBS FOLLOWED BY OBJECTS AND INFINITIVES Some verbs are followed directly by an object before an infinitive. (algunos verbos los siguen directamente un objeto antes de un infinitivo) verb
  • 75. VERBS FOLLOWED BY OBJECTS AND INFINITIVES Some verbs are followed directly by an object before an infinitive. (algunos verbos los siguen directamente un objeto antes de un infinitivo) verb object
  • 76. VERBS FOLLOWED BY OBJECTS AND INFINITIVES Some verbs are followed directly by an object before an infinitive. (algunos verbos los siguen directamente un objeto antes de un infinitivo) verb object Verb in infinitive
  • 77. VERBS FOLLOWED BY OBJECTS AND INFINITIVES Some verbs are followed directly by an object before an infinitive. (algunos verbos los siguen directamente un objeto antes de un infinitivo) Convince (convencer) My mother convinced me to stay during vacations. verb object Verb in infinitive
  • 78. VERBS FOLLOWED BY OBJECTS AND INFINITIVES Some verbs are followed directly by an object before an infinitive. (algunos verbos los siguen directamente un objeto antes de un infinitivo) Convince (convencer) My mother convinced me to stay during vacations. verb object Verb in infinitive
  • 79. VERBS FOLLOWED BY OBJECTS AND INFINITIVES Some verbs are followed directly by an object before an infinitive. (algunos verbos los siguen directamente un objeto antes de un infinitivo) Convince (convencer) My mother convinced me to stay during vacations. verb object Verb in infinitive
  • 80. VERBS FOLLOWED BY OBJECTS AND INFINITIVES Some verbs are followed directly by an object before an infinitive. (algunos verbos los siguen directamente un objeto antes de un infinitivo) Convince (convencer) My mother convinced me to stay during vacations. verb object Verb in infinitive
  • 81. VERBS FOLLOWED BY OBJECTS AND INFINITIVES Some verbs are followed directly by an object before an infinitive. (algunos verbos los siguen directamente un objeto antes de un infinitivo) Convince (convencer) Advise (aconsejar) My mother convinced me to stay during vacations. verb object Verb in infinitive
  • 82. VERBS FOLLOWED BY OBJECTS AND INFINITIVES Some verbs are followed directly by an object before an infinitive. (algunos verbos los siguen directamente un objeto antes de un infinitivo) Convince (convencer) Advise (aconsejar) My mother convinced me to stay during vacations. John advised me to enroll in that university. verb object Verb in infinitive
  • 83. VERBS FOLLOWED BY OBJECTS AND INFINITIVES Some verbs are followed directly by an object before an infinitive. (algunos verbos los siguen directamente un objeto antes de un infinitivo) Convince (convencer) Advise (aconsejar) Allow (Permitir) My mother convinced me to stay during vacations. John advised me to enroll in that university. verb object Verb in infinitive
  • 84. VERBS FOLLOWED BY OBJECTS AND INFINITIVES Some verbs are followed directly by an object before an infinitive. (algunos verbos los siguen directamente un objeto antes de un infinitivo) Convince (convencer) Advise (aconsejar) Allow (Permitir) My mother convinced me to stay during vacations. John advised me to enroll in that university. Our boss didn’t allow us to leave early. verb object Verb in infinitive
  • 85. VERBS FOLLOWED BY OBJECTS AND INFINITIVES Some verbs are followed directly by an object before an infinitive. (algunos verbos los siguen directamente un objeto antes de un infinitivo) Convince (convencer) Advise (aconsejar) Allow (Permitir) Cause (causar) My mother convinced me to stay during vacations. John advised me to enroll in that university. Our boss didn’t allow us to leave early. verb object Verb in infinitive
  • 86. VERBS FOLLOWED BY OBJECTS AND INFINITIVES Some verbs are followed directly by an object before an infinitive. (algunos verbos los siguen directamente un objeto antes de un infinitivo) Convince (convencer) Advise (aconsejar) Allow (Permitir) Cause (causar) My mother convinced me to stay during vacations. John advised me to enroll in that university. Our boss didn’t allow us to leave early. Exposition to radiation caused him to develop cancer. verb object Verb in infinitive
  • 87. VERBS FOLLOWED BY OBJECTS AND INFINITIVES Some verbs are followed directly by an object before an infinitive. (algunos verbos los siguen directamente un objeto antes de un infinitivo) Convince (convencer) Advise (aconsejar) Allow (Permitir) Cause (causar) Encourage (motivar) My mother convinced me to stay during vacations. John advised me to enroll in that university. Our boss didn’t allow us to leave early. Exposition to radiation caused him to develop cancer. verb object Verb in infinitive
  • 88. VERBS FOLLOWED BY OBJECTS AND INFINITIVES Some verbs are followed directly by an object before an infinitive. (algunos verbos los siguen directamente un objeto antes de un infinitivo) Convince (convencer) Advise (aconsejar) Allow (Permitir) Cause (causar) Encourage (motivar) My mother convinced me to stay during vacations. John advised me to enroll in that university. Our boss didn’t allow us to leave early. Exposition to radiation caused him to develop cancer. The coach encouraged the team players to win the game. verb object Verb in infinitive
  • 89. VERBS FOLLOWED BY OBJECTS AND INFINITIVES Some verbs are followed directly by an object before an infinitive. (algunos verbos los siguen directamente un objeto antes de un infinitivo) Convince (convencer) Advise (aconsejar) Allow (Permitir) Cause (causar) Encourage (motivar) Invite (Invitar) My mother convinced me to stay during vacations. John advised me to enroll in that university. Our boss didn’t allow us to leave early. Exposition to radiation caused him to develop cancer. The coach encouraged the team players to win the game. verb object Verb in infinitive
  • 90. VERBS FOLLOWED BY OBJECTS AND INFINITIVES Some verbs are followed directly by an object before an infinitive. (algunos verbos los siguen directamente un objeto antes de un infinitivo) Convince (convencer) Advise (aconsejar) Allow (Permitir) Cause (causar) Encourage (motivar) Invite (Invitar) My mother convinced me to stay during vacations. John advised me to enroll in that university. Our boss didn’t allow us to leave early. Exposition to radiation caused him to develop cancer. The coach encouraged the team players to win the game. My girlfriend invited me to dance this weekend. verb object Verb in infinitive
  • 91. VERBS FOLLOWED BY OBJECTS AND INFINITIVES Some verbs are followed directly by an object before an infinitive. (algunos verbos los siguen directamente un objeto antes de un infinitivo) Convince (convencer) Advise (aconsejar) Allow (Permitir) Cause (causar) Encourage (motivar) Invite (Invitar) Permit (Permitir) My mother convinced me to stay during vacations. John advised me to enroll in that university. Our boss didn’t allow us to leave early. Exposition to radiation caused him to develop cancer. The coach encouraged the team players to win the game. My girlfriend invited me to dance this weekend. verb object Verb in infinitive
  • 92. VERBS FOLLOWED BY OBJECTS AND INFINITIVES Some verbs are followed directly by an object before an infinitive. (algunos verbos los siguen directamente un objeto antes de un infinitivo) Convince (convencer) Advise (aconsejar) Allow (Permitir) Cause (causar) Encourage (motivar) Invite (Invitar) Permit (Permitir) My mother convinced me to stay during vacations. John advised me to enroll in that university. Our boss didn’t allow us to leave early. Exposition to radiation caused him to develop cancer. The coach encouraged the team players to win the game. My girlfriend invited me to dance this weekend. I don’t permit my daughter to arrive home after 10:00 p.m. verb object Verb in infinitive
  • 93.
  • 94. VERBS FOLLOWED BY OBJECTS AND INFINITIVES Some verbs are followed directly by an object before an infinitive. (algunos verbos los siguen directamente un objeto antes de un infinitivo) Remind (recordar) verb object Verb in infinitive
  • 95. VERBS FOLLOWED BY OBJECTS AND INFINITIVES Some verbs are followed directly by an object before an infinitive. (algunos verbos los siguen directamente un objeto antes de un infinitivo) Remind (recordar) Please, remind her to bring the book to the library. verb object Verb in infinitive
  • 96. VERBS FOLLOWED BY OBJECTS AND INFINITIVES Some verbs are followed directly by an object before an infinitive. (algunos verbos los siguen directamente un objeto antes de un infinitivo) Remind (recordar) Request (solicitar) Please, remind her to bring the book to the library. verb object Verb in infinitive
  • 97. VERBS FOLLOWED BY OBJECTS AND INFINITIVES Some verbs are followed directly by an object before an infinitive. (algunos verbos los siguen directamente un objeto antes de un infinitivo) Remind (recordar) Request (solicitar) Please, remind her to bring the book to the library. Our director requested us to work late. verb object Verb in infinitive
  • 98. VERBS FOLLOWED BY OBJECTS AND INFINITIVES Some verbs are followed directly by an object before an infinitive. (algunos verbos los siguen directamente un objeto antes de un infinitivo) Remind (recordar) Request (solicitar) Require (requerir) Please, remind her to bring the book to the library. Our director requested us to work late. verb object Verb in infinitive
  • 99. VERBS FOLLOWED BY OBJECTS AND INFINITIVES Some verbs are followed directly by an object before an infinitive. (algunos verbos los siguen directamente un objeto antes de un infinitivo) Remind (recordar) Request (solicitar) Require (requerir) Please, remind her to bring the book to the library. Our director requested us to work late. The United States requires people to have a visa to enter. verb object Verb in infinitive
  • 100. VERBS FOLLOWED BY OBJECTS AND INFINITIVES Some verbs are followed directly by an object before an infinitive. (algunos verbos los siguen directamente un objeto antes de un infinitivo) Remind (recordar) Request (solicitar) Require (requerir) Tell (contar) Please, remind her to bring the book to the library. Our director requested us to work late. The United States requires people to have a visa to enter. verb object Verb in infinitive
  • 101. VERBS FOLLOWED BY OBJECTS AND INFINITIVES Some verbs are followed directly by an object before an infinitive. (algunos verbos los siguen directamente un objeto antes de un infinitivo) Remind (recordar) Request (solicitar) Require (requerir) Tell (contar) Please, remind her to bring the book to the library. Our director requested us to work late. The United States requires people to have a visa to enter. She told me to call her later. verb object Verb in infinitive
  • 102. VERBS FOLLOWED BY OBJECTS AND INFINITIVES Some verbs are followed directly by an object before an infinitive. (algunos verbos los siguen directamente un objeto antes de un infinitivo) Remind (recordar) Request (solicitar) Require (requerir) Tell (contar) Urge (Urgir) Please, remind her to bring the book to the library. Our director requested us to work late. The United States requires people to have a visa to enter. She told me to call her later. verb object Verb in infinitive
  • 103. VERBS FOLLOWED BY OBJECTS AND INFINITIVES Some verbs are followed directly by an object before an infinitive. (algunos verbos los siguen directamente un objeto antes de un infinitivo) Remind (recordar) Request (solicitar) Require (requerir) Tell (contar) Urge (Urgir) Please, remind her to bring the book to the library. Our director requested us to work late. The United States requires people to have a visa to enter. She told me to call her later. The doctor urged my dad to get a blood test. verb object Verb in infinitive
  • 104. VERBS FOLLOWED BY OBJECTS AND INFINITIVES Some verbs are followed directly by an object before an infinitive. (algunos verbos los siguen directamente un objeto antes de un infinitivo) Remind (recordar) Request (solicitar) Require (requerir) Tell (contar) Urge (Urgir) Warn (Advertir) Please, remind her to bring the book to the library. Our director requested us to work late. The United States requires people to have a visa to enter. She told me to call her later. The doctor urged my dad to get a blood test. verb object Verb in infinitive
  • 105. VERBS FOLLOWED BY OBJECTS AND INFINITIVES Some verbs are followed directly by an object before an infinitive. (algunos verbos los siguen directamente un objeto antes de un infinitivo) Remind (recordar) Request (solicitar) Require (requerir) Tell (contar) Urge (Urgir) Warn (Advertir) Please, remind her to bring the book to the library. Our director requested us to work late. The United States requires people to have a visa to enter. She told me to call her later. The doctor urged my dad to get a blood test. They warned them to get a good jacket. The weather might be cold. verb object Verb in infinitive
  • 106. VERBS FOLLOWED BY OBJECTS AND INFINITIVES Some verbs are followed directly by an object before an infinitive. (algunos verbos los siguen directamente un objeto antes de un infinitivo) Remind (recordar) Request (solicitar) Require (requerir) Tell (contar) Urge (Urgir) Warn (Advertir) Please, remind her to bring the book to the library. Our director requested us to work late. The United States requires people to have a visa to enter. She told me to call her later. The doctor urged my dad to get a blood test. They warned them to get a good jacket. The weather might be cold. verb object Verb in infinitive Persuade (Persuadir)
  • 107. VERBS FOLLOWED BY OBJECTS AND INFINITIVES Some verbs are followed directly by an object before an infinitive. (algunos verbos los siguen directamente un objeto antes de un infinitivo) Remind (recordar) Request (solicitar) Require (requerir) Tell (contar) Urge (Urgir) Warn (Advertir) Please, remind her to bring the book to the library. Our director requested us to work late. The United States requires people to have a visa to enter. She told me to call her later. The doctor urged my dad to get a blood test. They warned them to get a good jacket. The weather might be cold. verb object Verb in infinitive Persuade (Persuadir) The salesman persuade them to buy that expensive house.