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    FLE - Le nom et le verbe (révisions)


    RÉVISONS LE NOM ET LE VERBE

    LE NOM désigne
    .Une personneUn animalUne chose

    Il peut être masculin ou féminin - singulier ou pluriel.

     

    Le VERBE marque l'ACTION
    .MonterMangerCrier
    Il se conjugueJe monte ...Il mange ...Nous crions ...

     

    Le mot en rouge est-il

    un nom masculin ou féminin, singulier ou pluriel,

    ou un verbe ?





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    1. Mike porte une casquette.
    2. Les enfants lisent un livre.
    3. L'arbitre siffle.
    4. Paul a des cheveux blonds.
    5. Julien dort devant son bol.
    6. Ils se brossent les dents.
    7. Nous jouons dans le parc.
    8. Marie se regarde dans la glace.








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