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    > Other French exercises on the same topic: Subjunctive [Change theme]
    > Similar tests: - Subjunctive present - Subjonctif ou indicatif - Subjonctif présent - Subjonctif ( approfondir ) - Au présent du subjonctif - Présent ou subjonctif présent? - Verbes d'opinion +subjonctif ou indicatif - Subjonctif et concordance des temps
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    Subjonctif présent


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    1. Je regrette qu'il (pleuvoir) ce soir.
    2. Je suis content que vous (pouvoir) venir.
    3. Il est hors de question que tu (dire) cela.
    4. Je ne trouve pas qu'il (conduire) vite.
    5. Je crains qu'il ne (être) trop tard pour s'inscrire.
    6. Il est possible que vous (être) en retard.
    7. Je préfèrerais qu'ils (faire) leurs exercices maintenant.
    8. Il est maintenant possible qu'ils (boire) .
    9. Que veux-tu que j'y (faire) !
    10. Il faut que tu (éteindre) le four.








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