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    Phrases complexes-Phrases simples


    Pour dire qu'une phrase est complexe, il faut qu'il y ait au moins deux verbes conjugués
    Attention: Elle peut être très longue mais n'avoir qu'un verbe conjugué et elle sera phrase simple.
    Phrase simple: Les lions sont réveillés.(1 verbe conjugué)
    Phrase complexe: Les lions sont réveillés mais ils ne bougent pas.(2 verbes conjugués)

    Dites si c'est une phrase simple ou complexe.





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    1. Madame Bartolotti se leva et sillonna sa salle de séjour à cloche-pied pour se débarrasser de miettes.
    2. Puis elle suça l'un après l'autre ses doigts poisseux de miel.
    3. Elle se mit alors à converser avec elle-même.
    4. 'Ma chère enfant,tu vas maintenant aller te laver et t'habiller correctement et puis tu vas aller travailler.
    5. Et que ça saute !'
    6. Madame Bartolotti se disait toujours 'ma chère enfant' lorsqu'elle se parlait à elle -même.








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