Optional Liaison: Verb + Preposition
On this page: http://french.about.com/library/pronunciation/bl-liaisons-o.htm , the author writes that liaisons "After Verbs" are not only optional, but "very high register".
This page was written by a non-native speaker, so I would like to have a native speaker here confirm whether or not this type of liaison is "very high register".
For example, would you very rarely here the liaison between "vais" + "au" in "Je vais au restaurant" since you'd find this mostly in a casual situation?
I trust so! I believe that you're generally expected to utilize a liaison after "chez," and as far as anyone is concerned, a contract is prohibited just if it's AFTER a name Research Paper Help. I would twofold check however with another person, however...
I have found mistakes in Laura Lawless’s stuff before, perhaps because of her American background, but stick to my answer: I have taught French for 36 years and spend time in France every year. But, by all means, go with what you feel best.
I don't think that they mean "high register" in the sens that you understood it. I am as close to a native speaker as you can get without being one: all my education was in French and I'm married to a Frenchwoman.
French people always use the liaisons except in a few circumstances like with "et". Je vais au restaurant - should always have the liaison in my opinion.