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    Tout adverbe


    Mettre tout au feminin, masculin, féminin pluriel ou masculin pluriel.TOUT est le seul adverbe qui pose des problèmes d'accord. Comme n'importe quel adverbe,tout,dans le sens de 'entièrement, tout à fait', est invariable.



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    1. Il était étonné
    2. Elle était étonnée.
    3. Ils étaient étonnés
    4. Elles étaient étonnées.
    5. Elle est venue seule.
    6. Elles sont rentrées mouillées.
    7. Il a les mains abîmées.
    8. Il a les mains grasses.
    9. Elle était attendrie.
    10. Elles étaient honteuses.








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