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    Sens propre/sens figuré


    EXERCICE: Indiquez si ces phrases sont utilisées au sens propre ou au sens figuré.





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    1. Ce jeune couple voit la vie en rose.
    2. Le touriste consulte la carte routière pour établir son itinéraire.
    3. Tu as eu ce que tu voulais, ne tire pas trop sur la ficelle.
    4. Donne-moi un sucre, je vais faire un canard dans ton café.
    5. La maladresse de son fils le faisait bouillir d'impatience.
    6. Il prend son courage à deux mains
    7. Cette misérable fille me brise le coeur.
    8. Ce dossier lui a été remis en mains propres.
    9. L'enfant a brisé la vitre.
    10. Ne mords pas tes doigts.








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