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    Présent : verbes du 1 er groupe


    Présent : verbes du 1 er groupe



    French exercise "Présent : verbes du 1 er groupe" created by anonyme with The test builder
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    1. Nous (verser) du chocolat dans notre tasse de lait.
    2. Chaque lundi, vous (apporter) votre tenue de sport.
    3. Ils ne (crier) plus après toi, je te le promets.
    4. Tu (jouer) seul sur la balançoire. Tu ne veux pas aller avec les autres?
    5. De gros nuages noirs (cacher) le soleil. La pluie ne va pas tarder.
    6. Elle (passer) souvent dans ma rue à vélo.
    7. Je n'(aimer) pas les disputes entre les enfants.
    8. Souvent, les élèves se (pousser) pour entrer en premier.
    9. Tu (regarder) un gros livre d'images.
    10. Tu (observer) surtout les passants dans la rue.








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