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Verbs and Preposition ÀSome verbs work differently in French than they do in English. They work directly (require a preposition to complete it) in one language and indirectly (must not have a preposition to complete it) in the other language. This is particularly important when you deal with object pronouns: should you say le/la/l’/les or lui/leur? Elle demande à Jean. She’s asking Jean. Elle lui demande. On écoute les chansons. We’re listening to the songs. On les écoute. Make sure you download the PDF for this topic on www. Frenchetc. OrgBonne chance, Anne