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    > Similar tests: - Imperfect indicative. - Past tense - Present perfect - Passé composé - Simple Past - FLE-L'imparfait-savoir l'utiliser - Passé simple : être ou avoir - FLE-Ma journée d'hier (Imparfait)
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    FLE -Avoir -Imparfait


    L'imparfait du verbe avoir.

    12.07.1940

    12.07.2008

    J'avais une cravate verte. J' ai une cravate à fleurs.
    = imparfait (autrefois)= présent (maintenant)

    avoir - imparfait
    J'avais une pomme.
    Tu avais un chapeau bleu.

    Il avait un livre.

    Elle avait un chien. 

    Nous avions une maison.
    Vous aviez des bérets noirs.

    Ils avaient un chien et un chat.

    Elles avaient des fraises.





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    1. J' une belle chambre.
    2. Lucie un chapeau rouge.
    3. Nous un gentil professeur.
    4. Luc et Pierre n' pas de soeurs.
    5. Vous un beau jardin.
    6. Tu une grande bibliothèque.
    7. -ils des livres ?
    8. Nous un vieil oncle.
    9. Paul une maman très gentille.
    10. Elles des cheveux noirs.








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