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    Au présent du subjonctif


    Exercice:

    Mettez les verbes entre parenthèses au présent du subjonctif.

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    French exercise "Au présent du subjonctif" created by anonyme with The test builder
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    1. Je désire que tu (écrire) à ta mère.
    2. Il est tard, il faut que nous (étudier)
    3. Il est temps que nous (cueillir) les pommes.
    4. Afin que nous (pouvoir) nous voir, venez tôt.
    5. Notre maître veut que nous (être) ponctuels
    6. Nous souhaitons qu'il (réussir).
    7. Le forgeron frappe le fer jusqu'à ce qu'il (prendre) la forme convenable.
    8. Je tiens à ce que vous (avoir) une récompense.
    9. Il est important que l'enfant (avoir) de la persévérance, s'il veut réussir.
    10. Pour que les moissons (être) riches, il faut que l'été soit beau.








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