posted by Coralia .
I know that there is a list of verbs where you're not supposed to say "a/au/a la." Is arreter one of them? Since I am working with subway stops, I don't know many of their genders. Is there a general gender for metro stops? Or should I just assume they are masqueline, unless they feature a female's name or end with an e? Merci beaucoup!
Thank you for using the Jiskha Homework Help Forum. It is always best, when you are asking for a "translation" to give the entire context, or exactly how it is used. Ordinarily arrêter does not take a preposition.
He stops doing his homework. = Il s'arrête de faire ses devoirs. The reflexive verb "s'arrêter" does take a "de" before another infinitive.
Here is a list of station stops on the Paris Métro: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_stations_of_the_Paris_M%C3%A9tro
This site explains how to use it:
Sra (aka Mme)