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    Interrogation totale / partielle .


     -Pésentation :

            1 -Est-ce-que tu vas à l'école ? -Interrogation totale?

             a-Oui,je vais à l'école .          b-Non,je ne vais pas à l'école .

            2 -Comment vas-tu y aller ? -Interrogation partielle  ?

             c-Je vais y aller à vélo .

      -Observation:

          -A partir de ces phrases interrogatives on peut constater que nous pouvons donner la réponse

    par 'oui' ou 'non' ,phrases 'a','b'et dans ce cas,l'interrogation est 'totale'.

          -Si on ne peut pas répondre par oui ou non,phrase'c', l'interrogation est 'partielle' .

      -Conclusion:

      *L'interrogation totale a pour réponse'oui' ou 'non'et reprend la totalité de la question initiale .

      *L'interrogation partielle n'a pas pour réponse 'oui' ou 'non' mais reprend une partie de la question

       initiale.

                 

          -Dans les phrases suivantes,précisez l'interrogation totale ou partielle :

                   BON  COURAGE

     

     

     

     





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    9. Est - il satisfait de mon travail ?
    10. Viendras-tu avec tes parents ?








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