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    > Other French exercises on the same topic: | Past [Change theme]
    > Similar tests: - Imperfect indicative. - Past tense - Present perfect - Passé composé - Simple Past - FLE-L'imparfait-savoir l'utiliser - Passé simple : être ou avoir - FLE-Ma journée d'hier (Imparfait)
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    Avoir et être au passé composé


    Conjugue le verbe avoir ou être au passé composé.





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    1. Paul et Marie n' de devoirs hier.
    2. Ils contents de leurs résultats.
    3. L'amie de Marie deux professeurs cette année.
    4. Nous deux mois de vacances cet été.
    5. J' un cahier de français neuf.
    6. Ces étudiants trois jours de congé cette semaine.
    7. Mes frères un cours de musique aujourd'hui.
    8. J' des bonnes notes.
    9. récompensé?
    10. Je n' intéressé par cette matière.
    11. Tu le même professeur que moi.
    12. Nous captivés par le cours.
    13. de la difficulté à réussir ton examen?
    14. J' un nouveau sac d'école en cuir.
    15. heureux d'apprendre vos résultats?
    16. Mes professeurs n' passionnants.
    17. Cet exercice de français facile à faire.
    18. Le cours d'informatique trop court.








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