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    Noms, verbes ou adjectifs?


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    1. Le pêcheur a attrapé une belle friture.
    2. Regardez ce magnifique feu d'artifice.
    3. Une très jolie petite fille joue à la poupée
    4. Le lièvre a été plus rapide que le chasseur et c'est tant mieux.
    5. Je téléphone chaque soir à mes enfants.
    6. Ce sentier est très agréable, le paysage est magnifique.
    7. Il me plaît de me promener dans la forêt, il y a tellement de choses à voir!
    8. Nous donnons des cours de danse tous les jours.
    9. Les pompiers ont enfin réussi à éteindre l'incendie.
    10. Cet homme est blessé il faut le secourir.
    11. Dans un grand saladier, j'ai fait une énorme salade.
    12. La façade de cette maison est repeinte en bleu








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