Screen width of at least 320px is required!

Prepositional Phrases d'après, d'avec, de chez, de façon à / de manière à, de par, and de peur de

The Prepositional phrases just like prepositions link words in a sentence. Prepositional phrases are composed of two or more words. The words can be: nouns, adjectives, verbs, adverbs or prepositions. We will discuss the most common prepositional phrases.

In this lesson we will study the following prepositional phrases: d’après, d’avec, de chez, de façon à/ de manière à, de par, de peur de.

d’après

“d’après” generally means “according to”, but it can be translated differently depending on the context. It is can be followed by a noun or a noun phrase, a personal pronoun, or a verb phrase starting with “ce que”.

End of free content.

To access this material, please LOG IN.

If you don't have a subscription, please click HERE to sign up for this program.