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    Préfixes contraires


    Théorie:

    Le contraire de certains mots se forme en ajoutant un préfixe.

    Exemple:exprimable=inexprimable
                  adroite       =maladroite

    Les préfixes souvent utilisés sont : mal,im,in,dé,ir,mé,il,dés, dis.

    Consigne:

    utiliser un préfixe pour trouver le contraire des mots dans les phrases suivantes.





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    1. L'homme est content de son nouveau job.
    2. Ce garçon est adroit.
    3. Elles n'arrivent pas à faire leurs noeuds de chaussures.
    4. Les choses ne sont jamais possibles.
    5. Ces réponses sont exactes.
    6. Vous êtes qualifié au revoir!
    7. Ce couple s'est uni.
    8. Tu es responsable à ton âge!
    9. cette voiture est réelle.
    10. Cette transaction est légale.








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