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    Vocabulaire savane et jungle (French exercise n48465 - Please quote this number when contacting us)


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    Vocabulaire savane et jungle

    Voici un petit test de 15 questions sur vos connaissance du vocabulaire en franais. Amusez vous bien!

    Ne mettez pas les articles devant vos rponses, faites le plus simple possible, juste un mot! Merci, et bonne chance!



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    French exercise "Vocabulaire savane et jungle" created by lauriieuh (10-08-2008) with The test builder
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    1. Le roi de la jungle est le
    2. Quel est l'animal qui a le plus grand cou ?
    3. À quelle famille appartiennent les boas, les cobras, les couleuvres...?
    4. Comment s'appelle la femmelle du lion?
    5. L'homme descend du
    6. Quel est le seul animal qui ne peut pas sauter?
    7. Le petit de l'éléphant s'appelle
    8. Quelle est la plus grande jungle, forêt au monde?
    9. Quel animal a des cornes sur la tête?
    10. En quelle matière sont les cornes de l'éléphant?
    11. Quel animal vient de la même famille que le caïman?
    12. Les nuées de ont attaqué les plantations en Egypte.







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