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    Les verbes avec ou sans préposition


    Certains verbes français se conjuguent sans préposition, d'autres avec une préposition : à, de...

    En voici quelques-uns très fréquents, choisis à chaque fois :
    0 (pour absence de préposition),
    à,
    ou de :




    French exercise "Les verbes avec ou sans préposition" created by anonyme with The test builder
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