Some Italian verbs followed by the preposition “a” can support a second verb and give more structure to a sentence.
They describe actions such as beginning, continuing or succeeding … and much more.
Some verbs followed by the preposition A can support and introduce another verb (infinitive). Some interesting examples. Translations in English are close, not exact.
If you are interested in this topic, please have a look at “Italian verbs followed by the preposition DI”.
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