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    Expressions de la cause


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    1. La récolte a été mauvaise la pluie.
    2. Hélène a été recrutée son expérience d'organisatrice.
    3. Je ne peux pas faire cette réparation outils adaptés.
    4. Les bateaux ne sont pas sortis du port mauvais temps.
    5. Elle a évité l'accident ses bons freins.
    6. argent, il ne partira pas en voyage.
    7. Les otages ont été sauvés la police a été efficace.
    8. Il y a beaucoup d'accidents sur la route verglas.
    9. On communique les uns avec les autres très rapidement il y a le téléphone
    10. Il lui demande si on mangera avec des baguettes il ne sait pas s'en servir.








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