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    Comment écrire les chiffres en lettres.


    Bonjour à tous.

    Le but de l'exercice est très simple.

    Il suffit  d'écrire le chiffre entre parenthèses.. en lettres. ;)





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    1. À la maison, nous sommes (5) enfants.
    2. La nuit dernière, j'ai compté (32) étoiles dans le ciel.
    3. Lors du tirage, j'ai entendu le numéro (16).
    4. Il y a (102) calories dans mes biscuits.
    5. Il n'y a qu' (1) problème.
    6. J'ai eu (14) ans hier.
    7. Pour gagner, il faut avoir (21).
    8. J'ai vu (9) automobiles rouges.
    9. Nous étions dans le vol numéro (11).
    10. Tu dois apporter les (13) télévisions.
    11. Il te reste (2) chances avant d'être éliminé.
    12. Elles ont gagné (60) $ chacune.
    13. J'ai eu (99) % lors de mon dernier examen.
    14. Mon père a eu (40) ans l'année dernière.
    15. En tout, nous serons (57) personnes.








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