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    Le complément circonstanciel de cause.


    Le complément circonstanciel de cause.

    Le complément circonstanciel de cause répond aux questions à cause de qui, de quoi? pourquoi ? 

     Exercice:

    Dans chaque phrase, se cache un complément circonstanciel de cause, à vous de le trouver !

     





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    1. Ils ont agi par jalousie. =>
    2. Julie est tombée à cause de Sabine qui l'a poussée. =>
    3. A cause de ce mauvais temps, nous ne sommes pas allés à la mer ! =>
    4. Je vais à l'école parce que j'ai envie d'apprendre. =>
    5. Les bateaux n'ont pas pu partir par suite de fortes tempêtes. =>
    6. La voiture a dérapé à cause du verglas. =>
    7. Habillons-nous chaudement à cause du froid. =>
    8. Ferme la porte car il y a des courants d'air. =>
    9. Grâce aux efforts de tous les habitants, le château a été remis en état. =>
    10. Laure aime surtout son appartement pour sa situation près du centre ville. =>








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