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    Ail euil aille eille euille? CE1


     

    Orthographe CE1 (7 ans)

    Les noms en –ail, -eil, -euil, -aille, -eille, -euille

     

    ¨      Les noms masculins se terminent en général par -ail, -eil, -euil :

    le travail, le soleil, le fauteuil.

     

    ¨      Les noms féminins se terminent en général par -aille, -eille, -euille :

    la bataille, la bouteille, la feuille.

     

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    1. Prenez une de papier!
    2. Ce est difficile.
    3. Le est fermé.
    4. La est sur la table.
    5. Marc est tombé dans une .
    6. Ce bijou est une !
    7. Il part au .
    8. Ce sonne trop tôt!
    9. Qui est à l'?
    10. Une vient de le piquer.








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