sb = somebodysth = something
aim (sth) at: The hunter aimed his gun at the wild boar.
apologise to (sb): We apologised to my sister.
describe to (sb) how / why / where....I described to the police what I had seen.
explain (sth) to (sb): I explained the word to him.
explain to (sb) how / why / where.....She explained to me why she was late.
glance at: I glanced at the number on the ticket.
laugh at: She couldn´t stop laughing at the joke.
listen to: She enjoys listening to music
look at: She´s looking at the painting.
point (sth) at: Sara pointed her finger at the boy.
shout at (sb): The woman angrily shouted at her children.
shout to (sb): I saw my friend across the street and shouted to her.
speak to: I need to speak to you.
stare at: Marc kept staring at her.
talk to: I talked to him.
throw (sth) at (sb/sth): The naughty child threw a toy at his friend.
throw (sth) to (sb): The children were having fun as they threw the ball to each other.
write (sth) to: I wrote a letter to her.
We do NOT use prepositions with these verbs;
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