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    Mots interrogatifs


    Quand,comment,pourquoi,qui... sont des mots interrogatifs qui servent à introduire une phrase interrogative.

    Nous pouvons principalement les classer en 3 groupes.

    *Les adjectifs interrogatifs

    _Quel (quelle,quels,quelles) ==> Quel genre de voitures aimez-vous?

    *Les pronoms interrogatifs

    _Lequel (laquelle,lesquels,lesquelles,duquel,desquels,auquel,auxquels)  ==> Laquelle préfères-tu?

    _Quel (quelle,quels,quelles) ==> Quel est le nom de cette plante?

    _Qui  ==> Qui est là?

     _Quoi ==> A quoi faites-vous allusion?

    _Où ==>Où sont passées mes lunettes?

    _Que ==> Que faut-il faire?

    *Les adverbes interrogatifs

    _Combien    ==> Combien ça coûte?

    _Combien de  ==> Combien de livres as-tu pris?

    _Comment  ==> Comment est ton chien avec les gens?

    _Pourquoi  ==> Pourquoi es-tu en colère?

    _Quand ==> Quand arrive-t-il?

    Choisissez le bon mot interrogatif.






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    1. habite ta grand-mère?
    2. fais-tu pour rester mince?
    3. de bonbons as-tu pris?
    4. est ton professeur de français?
    5. est ton pays préféré?
    6. de ces 2 actrices choisirais-tu,Sophie Marceau ou Sharon Stone?
    7. A heure est ton rendez-vous?
    8. a-t-elle accouché?
    9. A penses-tu?
    10. se trouve Paris?
    11. vas-tu?








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