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    Phrase interrogative


    PHRASE INTERROGATIVELa phrase interrogative sert à poser des questions. Elle se termine par un point d'interrogation:'?
    Exemples :

  • Vous restez là maintenant ?
  • Des pronoms interrogatifs servent à former d'autres phrases interrogatves :
    Avec un pronom interrogatif, on met le verbe après le sujet.

    • Pourquoi? (Pourquoi vas-tu à l'école ?)
    • Combien? (Combien êtes-vous dans la classe ?)
    • Qui? (Qui est le plus grand de la classe?)
    • Quel/quelle/quels/quelles? (Quel numéro as-tu?)(quelle place occupes-tu ?)
    • Comment s'appelle ton camarade ?
    • Où habites-tu ?
    • TEST : PHRASE INTERROGATIVE
      Choisir le mot interrogatif qui convient :
  • Chez toi, as-tu un animal ?
  • Est-ce que tu as froid ?
  • On peut poser la même question de différentes façons :
  • Est-ce que tu as froid ?
  • As-tu froid ?
  • Tu as froid ?




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    1. est le chat ?
    2. jouerons nous, aujourd'hui ou demain ?
    3. va ta maman? mieux ?
    4. n'es-tu pas venu ?
    5. est-il ? un élève ou un professeur ?
    6. vous appelez-vous ?
    7. a téléphoné ce matin ?
    8. t'arrive-t-il ?
    9. est ton nom ?
    10. habitent-ils? dans cette ville ?








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