Verbs with en

French verbs requiring a preposition

French verbs with prepositions
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A number of French verbs require the preposition en in front of a noun.

agir en to act like/as
arranger en to arrange, set up as
avoir confiance en to trust
casser en (morceaux, quatre) to break in(to) (pieces, four)
changer en to change into
convertir en to convert into
couper en (deux, trois) to cut in (two, three pieces)
croire en to believe in
dĂ©gĂ©nĂ©rer en to degenerate into
se dĂ©guiser en to disguise oneself as
Ă©crire en (français, caractères) to write (in French, block letters)
Ă©riger en to set up as
s’habiller en to dress in
mesurer en (mètres, litres) to measure in (meters, liters)
se mettre en colère
se mettre en route
 to get mad
to set out, get going
partir en (guerre, voyage)
partir en (voiture, train)
 to leave for (war, a trip)
to leave by/in (car, train)
peindre en to paint in/with
rĂ©duire en to reduce to
traduire en (français, anglais) to translate into (French, English)
transformer en to change into
se vendre en (bouteilles, boĂ®tes) to be sold in (bottles, cans)
voyager en (train, taxi) to travel by (train, taxi)

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French verbs with en

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