13.6.16 exercise 16: preposition to be used by adding an infinitive

In most cases an infinitive is connected to a verb with the preposition di, seldom with the preposition a and very seldom with da. Except da the prepositions to use are arbitrary, have no semantice value. The preposition da converts the infinitive in a passive infinitive and adds the meaning of obligation.

exercise 16: translate these sentences using an infinitive    
  He believes being able to do it.
  He refuses to pay.
  He obliged him to pay.
  He confirms that he has never seen her.
  They recommend us not to go there.
  I help him to do his homework.
  After an hour of discussion we continued to work.
 





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