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If the infinitive verb is preceded by the indefinite pronoun tout or rien or by an adverb such as assez, bien, beaucoup, trop, or mieux, the object pronoun is usually placed after the indefinite pronoun or adverb.

Nous avons dû tout leur dire.
We had to tell them everything.  

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If the infinitive verb is preceded by the indefinite pronoun tout or rien or by an adverb such as assez, bien, beaucoup, trop, or mieux, the object pronoun is usually placed after the indefinite pronoun or adverb.

Il voulait mieux le voir.
He wanted to see him better.

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If the infinitive verb is preceded by the indefinite pronoun tout or rien or by an adverb such as assez, bien, beaucoup, trop, or mieux, the object pronoun is usually placed after the indefinite pronoun or adverb.

Il a fallu tout leur donner.
We had to give them everything.  

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If the infinitive verb is preceded by the indefinite pronoun tout or rien or by an adverb such as assez, bien, beaucoup, trop, or mieux, the object pronoun is usually placed after the indefinite pronoun or adverb.

J’avoue ne rien y comprendre.
I admit I don’t understand anything about it.  

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If the infinitive verb is preceded by the indefinite pronoun tout or rien or by an adverb such as assez, bien, beaucoup, trop, or mieux, the object pronoun is usually placed after the indefinite pronoun or adverb.

Il ne faut pas trop leur promettre.
You must not promise them too much.

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1. He seems to know him better.

Il semble mieux le connaître.

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2. We have to explain everything to them.

2. Nous devons tout leur expliquer.

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3. He wanted to give everything to him.

3. Il voulait tout lui donner.

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4. I would have liked to inform her better.

4. J'aurais aimé mieux l'informer.

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5. He admitted not knowing anything about it.

5. Il a admis ne rien en savoir.

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6. I prefer not to give them too much of it.

6. Je préfère ne pas trop leur en donner.

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7. They seem to understand you (vous) better.

Ils semblent mieux vous comprendre.

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8. I swear I gave her everything.

8. Je jure lui avoir tout donné.

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9. I have to leave everything to them.

9. Je dois tous leur laisser.

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10. He admitted to having eaten everything.

10. Il a admis avoir tout mangé.

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