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    Intransitive Verbs

    I have a doubt. How may I know when to put the preposition "to" after a verb? There are cases in which is difficult to know it. Thank you.


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    Re: Intransitive Verbs

    Welcome to the forums.

    Here is information on the preposition "to": Prepositions of Direction: To, On (to), In (to)

    If this is not what you mean, please give a sample sentence showing what you are having difficulty with.

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