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    COD/ COI


    Le COD et le COI

    Mini-texte:    

    Le vieil Indien détacha  l'Anglais, le mena dans sa hutte,  lui donna à manger et lui prépara une place pour passer la nuit.
    Le lendemain matin, l'Indien dit à son hôte: «Les vôtre sont tués,  mon fils, je t'ai sauvé lavie.
    Va rejoindre tes camarades, et continue à nous tuer.»
     
    D'après: Léon Tolstoï

    Règle:

    Le complément d'objet complète le verbe. Il énonce la personne ou la chose sur laquelleporte l'action exprimée par le verbe.

     Le complément d'objet est de deux types: ==>Direct :==>Indirect

    Le complément d'objet direct (C.O.D), répond la question: (...Qui?...Quoi?), posée après le verbe.

    Exemple: Karl mange desdattes==> Karl mange quoi?

     Le complément d'objet indirect (C.O.I)répond à l'une des questions suivantes:(...à qui?...àquoi?...de qui?...de quoi?)...etc.

    Le complément d'objet indirect est introduit par une préposition (à,de...) qui le sépare du verbe.

    Exemple: Il pense à sonami==> Il pense à qui?





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    1. Karine apporte une tisane.
    2. Il pensa à ses amis et il rit.
    3. Les loups ont tué la brebis.
    4. Je vous comprends.
    5. Je sais nager.
    6. Ce palefrenier parle de sa jument malade.
    7. Le mendiant tend la main avec une certaine gêne.
    8. Il parla longtemps à l'inconnu.
    9. Les chiens et les chats reconnaissent leurs maîtres.








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