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    > Other French exercises on the same topic: Find the missing letter [Change theme]
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    Le son - in / ain/ aim/ ein?


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    1. Le roman de cet écriv est un succès considérable
    2. Ma mère adore me cuisiner un grat de pâtes.
    3. Louis XIV fût un souver qui rayonna sur toute l'Europe.
    4. Les citad s délaissent de plus en plus la ville pour la campagne.
    5. L'ess d'abeilles qui menaçait les habitations fût détruit.
    6. Jules César, l'empereur rom envahit l'Angleterre mais s'arrêta aux portes de l'Ecosse.
    7. Le r permet au sang d'être filtré.
    8. Le ven du cobra est la plupart du temps mortel.
    9. Cet homme fait preuve d'un déd sans nom.
    10. Le d dort dans la clairière, près de la source.








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