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    > Other French exercises on the same topic: Present [Change theme]
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    Présent - verbes en -dre


    Les verbes en 'dre' conservent généralement le 'd' au présent de l'indicatif;

    exemple: Je réponds, tu réponds, il répond, nous répondons, vous répondez, ils répondent.

    Note: les verbes en 'endre' s'écrivent E-N-D-R-E, sauf 'épandre' et 'répandre' qui s'écrivent avec un 'a

     

    Trouvez la terminaison des verbes suivants, ils sont tous conjugués au présent de l'indicatif.





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    1. Le commerçant ren la monnaie. (rendre)
    2. Je descen les escaliers. (descendre)
    3. Notre voisin ton la pelouse. (tondre)
    4. Tu correspon avec Jean. (correspondre)
    5. Nous fen du bois. (fendre)
    6. Elle répan la nouvelle. (répandre)
    7. Vous ven vos meubles. (vendre)
    8. Les poules pon leurs oeufs à l'abri. (pondre)
    9. Il per des points. (perdre)
    10. Tu éten les bras. (étendre)








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