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A number of French verbs are followed directly by the infinitive. With these verbs, object pronouns are placed between the conjugated verb and the infinitive. Here are examples of affirmative sentences with these verbs.

Elle doit répondre à cette lettre.
She must answer this letter.
Elle doit y répondre.
She must answer it.

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A number of French verbs are followed directly by the infinitive. With these verbs, object pronouns are placed between the conjugated verb and the infinitive. Here are examples of affirmative sentences with these verbs.

Il veut inviter les Tavernier.
He wants to invite the Taverniers.
Il veut les inviter.
He wants to invite them.  

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A number of French verbs are followed directly by the infinitive. With these verbs, object pronouns are placed between the conjugated verb and the infinitive. Here are examples of affirmative sentences with these verbs.

Ils préfèrent commander une pizza.
They prefer to order a pizza.
Ils préfèrent en commander une.
They prefer to order one.

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A number of French verbs are followed directly by the infinitive. With these verbs, object pronouns are placed between the conjugated verb and the infinitive. Here are examples of negative sentences and questions with these verbs.

Ils ne peuvent pas accepter ce comportement.
They can’t accept this behavior.
Ils ne peuvent pas l’accepter.
They can’t accept it

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A number of French verbs are followed directly by the infinitive. With these verbs, object pronouns are placed between the conjugated verb and the infinitive. Here are examples of negative sentences and questions with these verbs.

Comptez-vous consulter ces dossiers?
Are you planning to consult these files?
Comptez-vous les consulter?
Are you planning to consult them?

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Rewrite each sentence, replacing the phrase in boldface with an object pronoun.  

1. Ils espèrent gagner la compétition.

1. Ils espèrent la gagner.

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Rewrite each sentence, replacing the phrase in boldface with an object pronoun.  

2. Nous préférons acheter cet appareil.

2. Nous préférons l'acheter.

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Rewrite each sentence, replacing the phrase in boldface with an object pronoun.  

3. Inès ne veut pas inviter Julien.

3. Inès ne veut pas l'inviter.

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Rewrite each sentence, replacing the phrase in boldface with an object pronoun.  

4. Karine sait convaincre ses clients. ____________

4. Karine sait les convaincre. ____________

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Rewrite each sentence, replacing the phrase in boldface with an object pronoun.  

5. Le médecin espère guérir ce patient.

5. Le médecin espère le guérir.

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Rewrite each sentence, replacing the phrase in boldface with an object pronoun.  

6. L’épicier compte vendre sa marchandise d’ici ce soir.

6. L’épicier compte la vendre d’ici ce soir.

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Rewrite each sentence, replacing the phrase in boldface with an object pronoun.  

7. Le coiffeur veut proposer une autre coupe à Laure.

7. Le coiffeur veut lui en proposer une.

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Rewrite each sentence, replacing the phrase in boldface with an object pronoun.  

8. Pourrait-elle contacter Christian? ______________

8. Pourrait-elle le contacter? ______________

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Rewrite each sentence, replacing the phrase in boldface with an object pronoun.  

9. Il ne veut pas s’opposer à la décision de son patron

9. Il ne veut pas s'y opposer.

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Rewrite each sentence, replacing the phrase in boldface with an object pronoun.  

10. Ils ne savent pas utiliser ce logiciel.

10. Ils ne savent pas l'utiliser.

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Rewrite each sentence, replacing the phrase in boldface with an object pronoun.  

11. Tu ne peux pas imaginer sa bêtise.

11. Tu ne peux pas l'imaginer.

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Rewrite each sentence, replacing the phrase in boldface with an object pronoun.  

12. Ils doivent payer leurs dettes.

12. Ils doivent les payer.

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Rewrite each sentence, replacing the phrase in boldface with an object pronoun.  

13. Ils pensent annuler le pique-nique.

13. Ils pensent l'annuler.

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Rewrite each sentence, replacing the phrase in boldface with an object pronoun.  

14. Vous espérez voir Paul cet été.

14. Vous espérez le voir cet été.

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Rewrite each sentence, replacing the phrase in boldface with an object pronoun.  

15. Voulez-vous engager cet informaticien?

15. Voulez-vous l'engager?

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Rewrite each sentence, replacing the phrase in boldface with an object pronoun.  

16. Ils ne savent pas persuader leurs parents.

16. Ils ne savent pas les persuader.

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Rewrite each sentence, replacing the phrase in boldface with an object pronoun.  

17. Je désire découvrir cette ville.

17. Je désire la découvrir.

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Rewrite each sentence, replacing the phrase in boldface with an object pronoun.  

18. Il veut répondre à Justine d’ici demain.

18. Il veut lui répondre d’ici demain.

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Rewrite each sentence, replacing the phrase in boldface with an object pronoun.  

19. Le journaliste espère finir son article ce soir.

19. Le journaliste espère le finir ce soir.

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Rewrite each sentence, replacing the phrase in boldface with an object pronoun.  

20. Ne deviez-vous pas téléphoner à vos cousins?

20. Ne deviez-vous pas leur téléphoner?

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