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    Les classes des mots


    exemple : Je suis (verbe) un homme (nom) avec un chapeau (nom) blanc (adjectif).





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    1. Je porte une jupe ROSE chaque fois que je viens te voir.
    2. MAIS où es-tu ? Je ne te vois plus!
    3. LE lapin mange de la salade. Il aime quand je lui en donne.
    4. Aujourd'hui, la terre EST POLLUÉE . Nous devons tous faire un effort.
    5. AIE , tu m'as fait mal! Pourquoi fais-tu ça?
    6. J'ai eu mon bac DIFFICILEMENT mais mes études supérieures se sont bien déroulées.
    7. Lucas Leprêtre aime son CHIEN et le traite comme un membre de la famille.
    8. L'oiseau est SUR la gouttière et me regarde en chantant.
    9. Le PETIT chat, boit du lait sous l'oeil attentif de sa mère.
    10. L'homme a glissé. Il s'est fracturé la cheville, DONC il est allé à l'hôpital.








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