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    > Other French exercises on the same topic: Find the correct tense [Change theme]
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    Infinitif ou participe passé ?


    Compléter les phrases avec le verbe à l'infinitif ou au participe passé



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    French exercise "Infinitif ou participe passé ?" created by lucile83 with The test builder
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    1. J'aime me (promener) au bord de la mer

    2. Les enfants ont (chanter) une belle chanson

    3. Il aimerait (chanter) cette chanson

    4. Nous avons (manger) tous les chocolats

    5. Il faut (aller) à la piscine

    6. Nous sommes (aller) à la piscine

    7. Ils ont (vérifier) leurs calculs

    8. Toutes nos provisions sont (manger)

    9. Ses camarades l'ont vu (tomber)

    10. Il est (tomber) dans la cour









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