The following is a non-exhaustive list of verbes transitifs indirects, which therefore have at least one form which introduces un complément indirect a.k.a un COI.

The verbs below introduce their COI with the préposition à. You may click on the verb to view all its forms/meanings in WordReference.

Although many of these verbs can follow à with an infinitive of another verb (aider à faire quelque chose for example), I have focussed particularly on those that follow à with a noun or noun phrase.

Verbes non-pronominaux

There is also être à quelqu’un to mean the same thing as appartenir à quelqu’un but I can’t find an official definition for it. Often you will hear:

  • C’est à qui ?

This can mean Whose [noun] is this?

Verbes pronominaux