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    Homophones : les mots SES et CES


    Ses est l'adjectif  possessif, pluriel de son, sa.
    Ces est l'adjectif démonstratif, pluriel de ce, cet, cette.

     

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    1. Papa est fâché car le chat joue avec chaussons.
    2. os ont été bien léchés par le chien Oscar.
    3. Le serin chante dans sa cage, maîtres sont rentrés.
    4. Le bébé aime jouer avec nouvelles peluches.
    5. ânes accourent vers le fermier qui vient les nourrir.
    6. Les vaches paissent tranquillement dans prés d'herbes fraîches.
    7. Voyez hirondelles, comme elles sont vives.
    8. J'aime la saison de l'automne et feuilles d'or.
    9. cloches sonnent toutes les demi-heures du jour et de la nuit.
    10. Ecoutez roucoulades ; ce sont les tourterelles !








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