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    > Other French exercises on the same topics: Etre | Past [Change theme]
    > Similar tests: - FLE : ÊTRE au présent - Verb Être - Imperfect indicative. - Past tense - Present : Être - Present perfect - Passé composé - Simple Past
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    Le verbe être à l'imparfait


    L'imparfait est un temps du passé.

    Cela s'est passé hier , la semaine passée , l'année passée ,........

    Voici la conjugaison du verbe, qui est aussi auxiliaire, ETRE:

    j' étais

    tu étais

    il ou elle  était

    nous étions

    vous étiez

     ils ou elles étaient

    Consigne:   Complète les phrases par le verbe être à la forme voulue.





    French exercise "Le verbe être à l'imparfait" created by valdyeuse with The test builder
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    1. J' au grenier ce matin.
    2. Vous au théâtre avec la classe.
    3. Le bateau presque arrivé au port.
    4. Nous au stade de football.
    5. Elles au cinéma avec leurs amies.
    6. Tu à la fête du village.
    7. Elle en vacances au bord de la mer.
    8. Les patients dans la salle d'attente.
    9. Ma soeur dans l'avion pour Londres.
    10. Il derrière la fenêtre de sa chambre.








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