Udsagnsord som efterfølges af navnemåde

Der er mange forskellige udsagnsord, som efterfølges eller kan efterfølges af et andet udsagnsord i navnemåde. Alle udsagnsordene på denne side efterfølges af en to-navnemåde, når navnemåden bruges. Udsagnsord markeret med en stjerne kan også blive efterfulgt af en bisætning med "that", som vist i eksemplerne. Udsagnsord markeret med to stjerne kan kun blive efterfulgt af en bisætning med "that", når grundleddet til hovedudsagnsordet er "it".

Udsagnsord som efterfølges af navnemåde

afford agree* aim appear** arrange* bother care
claim* condescend consent decide* demand* determine* endeavour
fail guarantee* happen* hasten have (= be obliged) hesitate hope*
learn long manage offer prepare pretend* proceed
promise* propose prove (= turn out) refuse resolve* seek seem**
strive swear* tend threaten* trouble undertake volunteer
vow*          
Eksempler
  • I hope to see you next week.
  • I hope that I'll see you next week.
  • He claimed to be an expert.
  • He claimed that she was an expert.
  • I managed to reach the top of the hill.
  • Would you care to swim?
Eksempler
  • It appeared that no-one had locked the door.
  • He appeared to be lost.
  • It seems that she is running late.
  • She seems to be running late.

Udsagnsord efterfulgt af et navneord + navnemåde

accustom aid appoint assist cause challenge command*
defy direct* drive empower enable encourage entice
entitle entreat force get implore* incite induce
inspire instruct* invite lead leave (= make someone responsible) oblige order*
persuade* press prompt provoke remind* require* stimulate
summon teach tell tempt trust* warn*  
Eksempler
  • The professor challenged his students to argue with his theory.
  • This law empowers the government to charge higher taxes.
  • You can't force me to do something I don't agree with.
  • I invited the new student to have dinner with me.
  • What inspired you to write this poem?
Udsagnsord uden et navneord foran en bisætning med "that"

Når visse udsagnsord efterfølges af en bisætning med "that", er der intet navneord før bisætningen, selvom der er et navneord foran navnemåde. Dette gælder for udsagnsordene command, direct, entreat, implore, order, require, & trust.

Eksempler
  • I trust you to tell the truth.
  • I trust that you are telling the truth.
  • The general commanded his men to surrender.
  • The general commanded that his men surrender.
Udsagnsord uden et navneord foran en bisætning med "that"

Andre udsagnsord kræver et navneord både før bisætningen med "that" og foran navnemåden. Dette gælder for udsagnsordene persuade & remind.

Eksempler
  • You can't persuade people to buy small cars.
  • You can't persuade people that small cars are better.
  • He reminded me to take my notebook to school.
  • He reminded me that I would need my notebook.
Udsagnsord med et valgfrit navneord foran bisætningen med "that"e

Endelig er der en gruppe af udsagnsord, hvor det er valgfrit, om der er et navneord før bisætningen med "that". Dette er tilfældet for udsagnsordene instruct, teach, & warn.

Eksempler
  • She taught her students to appreciate poetry.
  • She taught her students that poetry was valuable.
  • She taught that poetry was valuable.

Udsagnsord efterfulgt af navnemåden eller et navneord + navnemåde

ask* beg* choose dare desire* elect expect*
help mean* (=intend) request* want wish*    
Eksempler
  • I asked him to show me the book.
  • I asked to see the book.
  • She helped me to put away the dishes.
  • She helped to put away the dishes.
  • We expect you to do your best in the exam.
  • We expect to do well on our exams.
  • Do you want to go to the beach?
  • Do you want me to go with you to the beach?
Brugen af to dare

I nægtende og spørgenden sætninger er det muligt at bruge navnemåde med eller uden "to", så længe begge udsagnsord har det samme grundled, men det er mest almindeligt at udelade "to". Hvis de to udsagnsord har forskellige grundled, skal du have "to" med.

Eksempler
  • I never dared tell him what happened.
  • Do you dare tell him?
  • Would you dare (to) jump out of a plane?
  • I dare you to tell him the truth.
  • She dared me to jump off the wall.