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    Conjugaison verbe Etre ou Avoir


    Voici un test pour vous aider à conjuguer ces verbes et à construire des phrases

    ÊTRE

    Je suis  - Tu es - Il est - Nous sommes - Vous êtes - Ils sont

    exemple: Je suis à la maison.

                Vous êtes français.

    AVOIR

    J'   ai - Tu as - Il   a - Nous avons - Vous avez - Ils ont  

    exemple: Tu as encore faim.

                 Nous avons de l'argent.





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    1. Je très malade.
    2. Marina et Tom des Français.
    3. Vous des frères ?
    4. Nous d'origine espagnole.
    5. Tu d'accord avec lui ?
    6. Ils en pleine forme.
    7. Ils de la chance !
    8. J' regardé la télé cette nuit.








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