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    Impératif des verbes pronominaux


    • S'arrêter, s'épanouir, se garer, se croire, s'enfuir sont des verbes pronominaux.
    • Au mode impératif, le verbe ne se conjugue qu'à trois personnes et n'est pas précédé d'un pronom personnel sujet.
    • A la forme affirmative, le pronom est placé après le verbe:

              EXEMPLES: Protège-toi! (te devient toi)

                             Pressons-nous!

                             Garez-vous ici!

    • A la forme négative, les pronoms précèdent le verbe.

              EXEMPLES: Ne te presse pas!

                                Ne nous pressons pas!

                                Ne vous garez pas n'importe où!

     

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    1. (s'éloigner: première personne du pluriel) = du danger.
    2. (s'inscrire: deuxième personne du pluriel) = à l'auto-école.
    3. (se porter:deuxième personne du singulier) = bien.
    4. (s'assurer: deuxième personne du pluriel) = que vous pouvez doubler sans danger.
    5. (se féliciter: deuxième personne du pluriel) = d'être d'excellents conducteurs.
    6. (se bousculer: deuxième personne du pluriel) = Ne pas à la sortie!
    7. (se redresser: deuxième personne du pluriel) = Ne pas sur le siège.
    8. (se faufiler: deuxième personne du singulier) Ne pas entre les voitures!
    9. (se mettre: première personne du pluriel) = Ne pas en colère!
    10. (se donner: première personne du pluriel) = les moyens d'éviter cet embouteillage.








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