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    De l'adjectif au nom


    Hé oui! Des adjectifs.....         Avec un adjectif, on peut faire un nom:

     

    Grand = la grandeur

    Chaud = la chaleur

     

    Mais il y en a des plus compliqués:

     

    A toi de les trouver!





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    1. Tu achètes une pomme pourrie. La de ta pomme.
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    8. Nous admirons tes immenses efforts. Nous admirons l' de tes efforts.
    9. Ton fils semble épuisé. L' de ton fils.
    10. Cette sauce est acide. L' de cette sauce.








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