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    Learn French > French lessons and exercises > French test #21213
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    Verbes et prépositions 'A' et 'de'


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    French exercise "Verbes et prépositions 'A' et 'de'" created by colchique with The test builder
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    1. Je dois penser beaucoup de choses à la fois.
    2. Je renonce mon héritage.
    3. J' appréhende recevoir mes notes de français.
    4. Vous vous décidez écouter mes conseils.
    5. Elle rougissait plaisir.
    6. Ils cherchent savoir la vérité.
    7. Elle se contente le regarder.
    8. Nous devons convenir un rendez-vous.
    9. Il ne faut pas s'aviser rôder dans le coin.
    10. Il ne faut pas se mêler choses qui ne nous regardent pas.
    11. Il faut s'appliquer toujours bien faire.








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