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    La composition des noms composés


     

    LES NOMS COMPOSES

     

     

     

    1. Les noms composés sont formés de deux ou trois mots, reliés ou non par un trait d'union.

    Exemples : une pomme de terre - un casse-tête.

    2. Les noms composés peuvent être formés:

    • v D'un verbe + nom -> un casse-tête.
    • v D'un nom + nom ->un poisson-chat.
    • v D'un nom + complément de nom -> une pomme de terre.
    • v D'un adjectif + nom -> bleu ciel.
    • v D'un nom + adjectif -> un cerf-volant.
    • v D'un verbe + verbe -> un laissez-passer.

    Trouvez la nature des noms composés suivants en vous appuyant sur ce que vous avez acquis du cours ci-dessus

     





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    1. Un oiseau-mouche ==>
    2. Un arc-en-ciel ==>
    3. Une basse-cour ==>
    4. Un tire-bouchon ==>
    5. Un timbre-poste ==>
    6. Une bête à cornes ==>
    7. Une année-lumière ==>
    8. Une grand-mère ==>
    9. Un tourne-disque ==>
    10. Un casse-noix ==>








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