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    On et ont


    on : est un pronom personnel, comme il ou elle. Il est toujours le sujet d'un verbe conjugué généralement au singulier.
    ont : c'est la 3e personne du pluriel du verbe avoir, au présent. On peut le remplacer par avait.





    French exercise "On et ont" created by lyne with The test builder
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    1. Après chaque repas, se brosse les dents.
    2. Les zèbres un pelage rayé.
    3. Les pommes des pépins.
    4. Avec tout ce bruit, a mal à la tête.
    5. Ses bottines des lacets.
    6. va se coucher de bonne heure ce soir!
    7. Les enfants bien joué aujourd'hui.
    8. Les élèves qui reçu leur livre peuvent sortir.








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