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    Je suis (verbe suivre) ou Je suis (verbe être)?


    Trouvez  quel est l'infinitif.

    soit suivre,soit être.

    Bonne Chance!





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    1. Je suis() mon père pour aller à la librairie.
    2. Je suis() en classe de 4ème.
    3. Je suis() la trace des chaussures de mon père.
    4. Je suis() la voiture qui doit m'emmener à Lyon.
    5. Je suis()en train de marcher jusqu'à mon école.
    6. Je suis() le 10ème de ma classe.
    7. Je suis() ce sentier de montagne.
    8. Je suis() particulièrement bavard.
    9. Je suis()ravi de vous revoir.








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