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Intermediate Español II Ch 9 Verbs followed by an infinitive

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When gustar is followed directly by an infinitive, should there be a preposition before the infinitive? [direct/a/de/con/por]
direct
When deber is followed directly by an infinitive, should there be a preposition before the infinitive? [direct/a/de/con/por]
direct
When querer is followed directly by an infinitive, should there be a preposition before the infinitive? [direct/a/de/con/por]
direct
When necesitar is followed directly by an infinitive, should there be a preposition before the infinitive? [direct/a/de/con/por]
direct
When poder is followed directly by an infinitive, should there be a preposition before the infinitive? [direct/a/de/con/por]
direct
When preferir is followed directly by an infinitive, should there be a preposition before the infinitive? [direct/a/de/con/por]
a (verb of motion)
When entrar is followed directly by an infinitive, should there be a preposition before the infinitive? [direct/a/de/con/por]
a (verb of motion)
When ir is followed directly by an infinitive, should there be a preposition before the infinitive? [direct/a/de/con/por]
a (verb of motion)
When salir is followed directly by an infinitive, should there be a preposition before the infinitive? [direct/a/de/con/por]
a (verb of motion)
When venir is followed directly by an infinitive, should there be a preposition before the infinitive? [direct/a/de/con/por]
a (expresses a beginning)
When empezar is followed directly by an infinitive, should there be a preposition before the infinitive? [direct/a/de/con/por]
a (expresses a beginning)
When comenzar is followed directly by an infinitive, should there be a preposition before the infinitive? [direct/a/de/con/por]
a (expresses a beginning)
When ponerse is followed directly by an infinitive, should there be a preposition before the infinitive? [direct/a/de/con/por]
a
When invitar (to invite) is followed directly by an infinitive, should there be a preposition before the infinitive? [direct/a/de/con/por]
de (acordarse de)
When acordarse (to remember) is followed directly by an infinitive, should there be a preposition before the infinitive? [direct/a/de/con/por]
de (dejar de)
When dejar (to stop/to quit doing something) is followed directly by an infinitive, should there be a preposition before the infinitive? [direct/a/de/con/por]
de (encargarse de)
When encargarse (to take charge) is followed directly by an infinitive, should there be a preposition before the infinitive? [direct/a/de/con/por]
de (olvidarse de)
When olvidarse (to forget) is followed directly by an infinitive, should there be a preposition before the infinitive? [direct/a/de/con/por]
de, por (preocuparse de/por)
When preocuparse (to worry about) is followed directly by an infinitive, should there be a preposition before the infinitive? [direct/a/de/con/por]
de (tratar de)
When tratar (to try) is followed directly by an infinitive, should there be a preposition before the infinitive? [direct/a/de/con/por]
con (soñar con)
When soñar (to dream about) is followed directly by an infinitive, should there be a preposition before the infinitive? [direct/a/de/con/por]
en (insistir en)
When insistir (to insist on) is followed directly by an infinitive, should there be a preposition before the infinitive? [direct/a/de/con/por]
en (quedar en)
When quedar (to agree on) is followed directly by an infinitive, should there be a preposition before the infinitive? [direct/a/de/con/por]