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    Accord du verbe


    Le verbe s'accorde en genre et en nombre avec son sujet.

    Mais qu'en est-il lorsqu'il y a plusieurs sujets ?

    Et que faire quand ces sujets sont de différentes personnes ?

    Complétez avec la terminaison qui convient en sachant que tous les verbes sont conjugués au présent.





    French exercise "Accord du verbe" created by mariebru with The test builder
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    1. Ton oncle, ton cousin et moi ven à 8 heures.
    2. Ton grand-père et toi surveill la maison durant mon absence.
    3. Ta mère et ta soeur prépar le repas.
    4. Ta mère et moi dev aller demain en voyage.
    5. Quelques cris, quelques chants descend encore du village.
    6. Voici les petites étoiles qui dis l'heure du sommeil.
    7. Le père, la mère, les enfants, tous mont se coucher.
    8. Mon père et moi mont les derniers.
    9. Mais mon père me donna encore ses dernières recommandations : 'Le premier commis et toi, surveiller les vaches demain.
    10. Avant de se coucher, c'est mon père qui règl la pendule.








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