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    Mots commençant par -Pil - A1


    PILPILL
    La plupart des mots commençant pas PIL s'écrivent PIL.Sauf les mots piller (et ses dérivés) et pillow-lava (mot d'origine anglaise).

     

    Ecrivez correctement.

     

    Bataille à la récréation.





    French exercise "Mots commençant par -Pil - A1" created by mariebru with The test builder
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    Deux bandes s'affrontent à la récréation. "Flanquons-leur une de ces " crie un garçon.
    Le professeur, qui marche à l'aide d'un intervient : "Arrêtez ! Vous n'avez pas encore de système et vous vous battez comme des . Je vais vous calmer. Voici du que vous allez pour notre cuisinière. Et ceux qui ne se tiennent pas tranquilles seront cloués au !".
    Cette énergique intervention calme les garçons qui avalent la et se mettent à l'ouvrage tout en écoutant la petite radio qui fonctionne à l'aide de électriques.
    Le professeur se réjouit du calme revenu. Plus tard, il racontera à ses collègues sa punition qui a porté ses fruits.








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