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    Conjugaison : Dire et Croire


    La conjugaison des verbes 'dire' et 'croire' est souvent sujette à quelques erreurs, même pour les francophones. Saurez-vous les conjuguer correctement ?




    French exercise "Conjugaison : Dire et Croire" created by mandarines with The test builder
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    1. (dire /présent de l'indicatif) = Vous que vous avez acheté un chien.
    2. (croire / présent de l'indicatif) = Les enfants souvent au Père Noël.
    3. (dire / passé simple de l'indicatif) = Ce jour-là, je lui de faire attention.
    4. (croire / l'imparfait de l'indicatif) = Après ton accident, nous tous que tu avais disparu.
    5. (dire / conditionnel présent) = ' -vous qu'il ment ?' questionna l'avocat devant le tribunal.
    6. (croire / futur de l'indicatif) = Je te quand j'aurai la preuve que tu ne me mens plus.
    7. (dire/ plus-que-parfait du subjonctif) = Il me semblait impossible que j' une telle chose !
    8. (croire / présent du subjonctif) = Il faut que vous me !
    9. (dire / subjonctif passé) = Encore faudrait-il que tu tout ce que tu savais à cette époque.
    10. (croire / passé du conditionnel) = Je suis sûr que vous à cette blague !








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