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    Learn French > French lessons and exercises > French test #50944
    > Other French exercises on the same topic: Homonyms [Change theme]
    > Similar tests: - Quel, qu'elle, quelles. - QuanD, quanTor qu'en? - La l'a l'as ... - FLE : Se or ce - Si-S'y-A1 - FLE : À or a? - La-Là-L'a-L'as A1 - Dans / d'en -A1
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    Ce - ceux - se


    CE  est un adjectif démonstratif ; il peut se remplacer par CES au pluriel.

    ex : Ce garçon=> Ces garçons.


    SE  est un pronom personnel réfléchi ; il peut se remplacer par ME  ,TE, en conjuguant le verbe.

    ex : Il se  lave=> Tu te laves.


    CEUX  est un pronom démonstratif pluriel ; il peut se remplacer par celui au singulier.

    ex :  Ceux qui savent  lèvent le doigt.  => (celui qui sait.......)





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    chemin de montagne est très escarpé ; il effraie qui ont le vertige.

    Voyez- vous vieux château dans la vallée ? Là, trouvent les tableaux de mes ancêtres.

    Ma soeur sauve en hurlant 'au secours' ! elle a peur de gros chien errant.

    Tu ne peux pas attendre dans couloir : il est réservé à qui ont déjà leurs billets.

    Les amis sont contents de retrouver ; ils vont évoquer les souvenirs de qu'ils ont connus.








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