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    Conjugaison à l'imparfait de l'indicatif


    Les terminaisons de la conjugaison à l'imparfait de l'indicatif sont :

    - ais- ais- ait- ions- iez- aient

    exemple pour le verbe avoir :

    J' avais-tu avais -il/elle avait - nous avions -vous aviez -ils/elles avaient





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    1. J' (être) gourmand, ils le savaient.
    2. Tu (avoir) des cheveux noirs.
    3. Elle (chanter) sous la douche tous les matins.
    4. Que ne m' (avoir) -tu dit que tu viendrais?
    5. J' (aller) à Paris mais à contre-coeur.
    6. Nous (danser) pour préparer le spectacle de fin d'année.
    7. Ils (être) sympathiques avec nous, mais je m'en méfiais.
    8. Qui (pouvoir) le faire à part elle ?
    9. J' (aimer) le rencontrer après les cours.
    10. Je ne me (sentir) pas bien, j'étais fièvreuse.








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