Prepositions a, de, con, and en in Encuentros Maravillosos, Chapter 10.

acostumbrarse a

to be in the habit of

aprender a

to learn to

atreverse a

to dare (to do something)

comenzar a

to begin to (c)

empezar a

to begin to (e)

enseñar a

to teach someone to do something

llegar a

to go so far as to

negarse a

to refuse to

obligar a

to obligate someone to do something

volver a

to do something again

acabar de

to have just

acordarse de

to remember to do something

alegrarse de

to be glad to

dejar de

to stop; to give up

olvidarse de

to forget something

tratar de

to try to; to be about

amenazar con

to threaten with

contar con

to count on

soñar con

to dream of or about

consentir en

to agree to

consistir en

to consist of

insistir en

to insist on

tardar en

to take long doing something

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