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    Phrase simple et complexe


    LA PHRASE SIMPLE ET LA PHRASE COMPLEXE
    Une phrase simple ne comporte qu'un seul verbe conjugué, et donc, un sujet.   EX: Marie range sa chambre
    Une phrase complexe comporte au minimum deux verbes, donc plusieurs propositions. EX: Je m'assieds et mange mon goûter. 





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    1. Nous regardions les infos à 20h45.
    2. J'allume mon ordinateur chaque matin.
    3. Je suis allée chez mon amie et j'ai passé la nuit chez elle.
    4. J'aime beaucoup les chansons classiques.
    5. C'est l' heure, allons-y !
    6. Maman prépare le plat que j'aime.
    7. Papa a acheté un nouveau portable.
    8. En Irlande, une jolie petite princesse aux cheveux blonds et aux grands yeux bleus s'appelait Leslie.
    9. Mon cousin risque de grossir car il mange beaucoup trop de chocolat.
    10. Au CM2, on doit se préparer pour le collège.








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