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    Pronoms : Sur qui, sur lequel , sur lesquels ou sur laquelle






    French exercise "Pronoms : Sur qui, sur lequel , sur lesquels ou sur laquelle" created by bridg with The test builder
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    1. Le bâton je m'appuie est solide.
    2. Mon frère nous fondions tant d'espoir veut arrêter ses études.
    3. Mon cousin nous comptions pour dîner est en retard.
    4. L'amitié nous formulions des réserves, s'avèra entière.
    5. La branche tu es assis commence à plier.
    6. La personne la foudre est tombée s'était abritée sous un arbre.
    7. La personne le chien s'est précipité a pu s'écarter.
    8. Les carnets je fais mes comptes sont classés au même endroit.
    9. Cet enfant ses parents ont de l'autorité deviendra raisonnable.
    10. Le bateau nous naviguions a subi d'importantes avaries.








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