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    > Other French exercises on the same topic: tout in French [Change theme]
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    Tout,toute,tous,toutes


               Tout, toute, tous, toutes

       Monique travaille tout le temps.

       Marc  travaille  toute la journée.

       Tous les touristes ont le plan de Paris dans leur poche.

       Toutes les places sont occupées.

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         Complétez les phrases avec  tout, toute, tous, toutes.

     





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    1. J'ai travaillé la journée.
    2. les médicaments son bons.
    3. Elle est contente.
    4. Prenez ce sirop les six heures.
    5. Il faut désinfecter la plaie de suite.
    6. Il n'a pas dormi la nuit.
    7. l'autobus est occupé.
    8. les 100 mètres il y avait un arbre.
    9. Je viens ici les jours.
    10. J'ai vu les pièces de Molière.








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