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    Les registres de langue!!!


      Voici un cours sur les registres de langue :

    • 1) Le langage soutenu:

    Est utilisé le moins souvent  aujourd'hui, c'est le langage de  l'écrit , de la littérature, des échanges officiels ou protocolaires ...

    Exemples : un camarade / Une personne âgée

    • 2) Le langage courant:

    C'est  le plus utilisé, c'est le langage de tous les jours :

    Exemples : un copain / un vieux

    • 3) Le langage familier:

    Est un langage peu choisi,  parfois un peu plus vulgaire, ou utilisé entre amis :

    Exemples : un pote / un croulant

    Après ce rappel, bonne chance pour l'exercice qui ne devrait pas être totalement hors de portée !!! Wink





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    1. buter (tuer)
    2. camarade
    3. bouquin
    4. chamailler
    5. se disputer
    6. démanger
    7. gratter
    8. choper (attraper)
    9. tarer (une balance)
    10. rincer








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