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Want to write a book

Want to write a book

Verb taking a direct object—for example, «Say something. George can write his name already. George want to write a book déjà écrire son nom. Elizabeth wants to write a book.

I’m going to write a letter to my friend. Je vais écrire une lettre à mon ami. Verb not taking a direct object—for example, «She jokes. When I want to get things clear in my head, I write. Quand je veux avoir les idées claires, j’écris. I never have time to write. Je n’ai jamais le temps d’écrire.

Brian has always wanted to write. He broke his leg and we wrote on his cast to wish him a speedy recovery. Il s’est cassé la jambe et nous avons écrit sur son plâtre pour lui souhaiter un prompt rétablissement. The computer is writing the information to the drive. She wrote a report of the incident. Elle a rédigé un rapport sur l’accident. Signalez une erreur ou suggérez une amélioration.

Prepositional phrase, adverbial phrase, or other phrase or expression—for example, «behind the times,» «on your own. I enjoyed his last film, but this new one is nothing to write home about. J’ai bien aimé son dernier film, mais il ne casse pas trois pattes à un canard non plus. J’ai bien aimé son dernier film, mais il ne casse pas des briques non plus. J’ai bien aimé son dernier film, mais il n’a rien d’extraordinaire non plus. Refers to person, place, thing, quality, etc. On dira «la fille» ou «une fille».