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    Infinitif, je trouve et je conjugue


                           Je pense à     l'infinitif

                 Étudier             Bondir             Envoyer                Voir

    Je/J'           étudie              bondis                  envoie                        vois

    Tu          étudies                 bondis                  envoies                   vois

    Il            étudie                   bondit                  envoie                       voit

    Nous      étudions               bondissons         envoyons                  voyons

    Vous      étudiez                 bondissez           envoyez                    voyez

    Ils          étudient                bondissent          envoient                   voient   

     

    Règle : 

                Pour bien écrire un verbe au  présent de l'indicatif , il faut penser à son   infinitif  , puis  à  la   personne .

       Ex.:

             J'étudie   ( étudier ;    je bondis  ( bondir  s  ;

             J'envoie  ( envoyer e ;    je vois      (  voir  )    s  .

     

      oublier         établir         expédier         grandir         essuyer        conduire

      plier             remplir        manier             unir               essayer        savoir

      scier            noircir           parer              partir             labourer       courir

    ************************************************************

    Exercice :   Mettez les verbes au  présent de l'indicatif :
     





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    1. Tu (oublier) ton crayon .
    2. Je (remplir) l'encrier.
    3. Anne (déplier) sa serviette.
    4. L' herbe (verdir) après la pluie.
    5. Le vent (secouer) les arbres.
    6. L'ouvrier (partir) pour son travail.
    7. Tu (coudre) un bouton.
    8. Le vieillard (s'appuyer) sur sa canne.
    9. Tu (tutoyer) ton camarade.
    10. Nous (envoyer) une lettre à nos parents.
    11. Vous (essuyer) vos lunettes.
    12. Les oiseaux (égayer) le jardin.
    13. Nous (avancer) péniblement.
    14. Le chat (effrayer) les poules.
    15. Les moineaux (voleter) autour des épis.








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