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    Learn French > French lessons and exercises > French test #5062
    > Other French exercises on the same topics: Nouns | Périphrase [Change theme]
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    La nominalisation


    Réécrivez les phrases proposées sur ce modèle:

    Le cours est tranquille. C'est appréciable.

    --> La tranquillité du cours est appréciable.

    Attention le nom peut être féminin ou masculin, pensez aux accords.





    French exercise "La nominalisation" created by bridg with The test builder
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    1. Le proviseur est intervenu. Cela a calmé les élèves.
    2. Lucile est étourdie, mais je la comprends.
    3. Le bijou est authentique. Cela est certain.
    4. Laurent a argumenté ses idées. C'est clair.
    5. Tu as adhéré au club. Nous sommes contents.
    6. Fred a été distrait. Cela lui a valu une mauvaise note.
    7. Mike est naïf. Cela lui nuit beaucoup.
    8. Être crédible est important.
    9. Ce devoir est difficile. Il me fait peur.
    10. Vincent a été maladroit. Cela lui a valu une remarque.








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