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    Verbes à l'imparfait


    L'indicatif imparfait est un temps qui représente une action réelle et la situe dans le passé.





    French exercise "Verbes à l'imparfait" created by anonyme with The test builder
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    1. Je (boire) un verre en regardant le match Espagne - Russie
    2. Nicolas (savoir) que l'Espagne gagnerait le match
    3. Lorsque les enfants étaient petits, ils (tenir) la main de leur maman
    4. Nous (dissoudre) toujours le sucre avant de mettre le thé.
    5. (coudre) -vous lorsque vous étiez jeune ?
    6. Mon professeur (connaître) mes parents
    7. Ma soeur et moi (aller) souvent à la piscine
    8. Ma cousine (peindre) des animaux sur la table de la salle à manger
    9. Avant de partir à l'école, tu (préparer) ton sac à dos
    10. Je (croire) avoir réussi ce test !








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