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    La tournure impersonnelle


     

    • Lire cette vieille mais charmante comptine pour avoir des exemples :
    • 'Il pleut, il mouille' : La phrase est à la forme impersonnelle.
    • Le sujet 'il' ne renvoie à rien ni à personne :
    • '- Qui est-ce qui pleut ? Qui est-ce qui mouille ?
    • -  Rien ! Personne ! '
    • Règle : quand le sujet 'il' ne renvoie ni à un objet ni à une personne, la phrase est à la forme impersonnelle.

    Test :

    • Voici 10 phrases : pour certaines une transformation impersonnelle est possible.
    • Faire cette transformation quand elle est possible.
    • Taper : impossible (dans le cas contraire)
    • Turn the sentence into an impersonal style whenever it is possible.
    • Type 'impossible',  when necessary.

    Pas de ponctuation / No punctuation





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    1. Une voiture manque le virage.
    2. Des pièces manquent dans la maquette.
    3. Des monstres existent.
    4. Les monstres existent.
    5. De nouveaux élèves arrivent tous les jours.
    6. Le nouvel élève arrive demain.
    7. Un miracle va se produire.
    8. Cette découverte produira des effets catastrophiques.
    9. Elle paraît satisfaite de cette réponse.
    10. Plusieurs nouvelles revues paraissent chaque année.








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