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    Participe passé épithète en '-é ' ou Infinitif en '-er '


                   Un infinitif peut remplacer un autre infinitif.

       Le champ labouré est vaste.   Il va labourer son champ.

       Le champ vendu est vaste.      Il va vendre son champ.

    Règle :

            Il ne faut pas confondre le participe passé épithète en  é

        avec l'infinitif en e.r.

              On reconnaît  l'infinitif en  e.r  à ce qu'il peut être remplacé

        par l'infinitif d'un verbe du 3ème  groupe comme  vendre, mordre,

        voir,  courir....

              Dans le cas contraire, c'est le participe passé épithète  en  é.

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    Exercice :  Mettez  la terminaison convenable  é  ou   er.

     





    French exercise "Participe passé épithète en '-é ' ou Infinitif en '-er '" created by jagienka with The test builder
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    1. Le poupon habill en rose est très joli.
    2. On entendait le vent pleur dans la cheminée.
    3. Les enfants viennent à l'école pour travaill et non pour se dissiper.
    4. Annie apprend à brod .
    5. Ils vont ramass les pommes tombées.
    6. Il ne faut pas gaspill le pain.
    7. Le temps gaspill ne se rattrape pas.
    8. Bébé se lève et semble vouloir march .
    9. Le manteau essay a besoin de quelques retouches.
    10. Je descends cass du bois dans la cour.
    11. Les fermiers vont coup le blé.
    12. Tu iras essay ta robe.
    13. Maman vient de tremp la soupe.
    14. L'enfant réprimand baisse la tête.
    15. La maman veille pour raccommoder le tablier déchir .








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