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    Nominalisation à base verbale (2): verbes en -ire


    A partir des verbes, donner le nom qui convient.
    Exemple : donner = le don
    recevoir = la réception



    French exercise "Nominalisation à base verbale (2): verbes en -ire" created by dridro with The test builder
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    1. Lire=»La
    2. Ecrire=»l'
    3. Dire=»la
    4. Inscrire=»Une
    5. Décrire=» Une
    6. Prédire=» Une
    7. Prescrire=» Une
    8. Médire=» La
    9. Elire=» Une
    10. Sourire =» Un
    11. Extraire =» Une
    12. Satisfaire=» La
    13. Maudire/=» La
    14. Rire=» Le
    15. Souscrire=» Une
    16. Traduire=» Une
    17. Détruire=» La
    18. Déduire=» Une
    19. Réduire=» Une
    20. Nuire=» Une








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