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Transitive verbs followed by de before an infinitive
I'm studying B2 level French and there's this rule that when you have "certain transitive verbs" followed by "de" before an infinitive, you use the pronoun "le" and not "en" to replace the second verb and what follows.
Does anyone know where I can find a list of these verbs? I know some: Accepter de, Attendre de. But, I'm confused because I'm getting conflicting guidance for a verb like arrêter de .
Does such a list exist?
Bonjour - to be honest, I'm not sure what you mean. Do you have examples or a link to something that explains this rule?