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    Learn French > French lessons and exercises > French test #46688
    > Other French exercises on the same topics: Beginners | Etre [Change theme]
    > Similar tests: - FLE : ÊTRE au présent - Verb Être - Present : Être - Et or Est - Être à tous les temps - Auxiliaire être au présent - Le verbe être en situation - Être au présent
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    FLE - Verbe Être


    Je suis le boucher.
    Tu es le maçon.

    Luc est le docteur.

    Il est le docteur.

    Marie est la coiffeuse.

    Elle est la coiffeuse.

    Nous sommes les plombiers.
    Vous êtes les électriciens.

    Pierre et Paul sont les forgerons.

    Ils sont les forgerons.

    Lucile et Brigitte sont les vétérinaires.

    Elles sont les vétérinaires.

     
    Je suis
    Tu es

    Il est
    Elle est

     

    Nous sommes
    Vous êtes

    Ils sont
    Elles sont

     

     





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    1. Il le docteur.
    2. Nous les plombiers.
    3. Tu le vétérinaire.
    4. Je le professeur.
    5. Pierre et Paul les électriciens.
    6. Vous les bouchers.
    7. Elles les infirmières.
    8. Elle la coiffeuse.
    9. Elles les conductrices.
    10. Jean le cuisinier.








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