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    GN essentiel du verbe - CE2


    Grammaire, niveau CE2 (8 ans)

    Le groupe verbal -> Le groupe nominal complément essentiel du verbe

     

    Le groupe nominal complément essentiel du verbe  peut être :

    Ø      un nom propre : Lucie            adore                       Diddl.

                                                                G.N.S.             V                complément du verbe

     

    Ø      un nom commun : Elle             efface                le tableau.

                            S.                 V.              complément du verbe

     

    Ø      un groupe nominal : Elle          efface                  le tableau noir.

                              S.                 V.               complément du verbe

     

    Ce groupe nominal complément est essentiel parce qu'il ne peut être ni supprimé, ni déplacé.

     

     Ø                                      Les singes     aiment        les bananes.

                                                    G.N.S.            V.         complément du verbe

                                                                                

     

    Le complément du verbe  est un essentiel. Il ne peut pas être supprimé.

    Ce complément, placé directement à côté du verbe, s'appelle un complément d'objet direct (= C.O.D.).

     

                                                           

                                                                           Elle            pense              à son amie.

                                        S.                V.                  complément du verbe

                                                                           

     

    Le complément du verbe est introduit par une préposition : à.
    Dans ce cas il est appelé complément d'objet indirect (= C.O.I.).
    Les prépositions utilisées sont : à, de, par, pour, sans, en, ... . 

     Le complément du verbe peut être :

    ·      un groupe nominal :« à son amie », « les bananes ».  

    ·     un pronom : les singes les mangent ; elle pense à elle.

    EXERCICE:

    Reconstituez les phrases en respectant l'ordre : Sujet + verbe + complément essentiel.





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