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    Participe passé


    Participe passé



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    1. Elle a (acheter) des livres ce matin.
    2. Ils sont (retourner) dans leur pays la semaine dernière.
    3. Frédéric a (prévenir) sa mère qu'il allait venir.
    4. Elle a (être) coiffeuse pendant de longues années.
    5. Les enfants sont (entrer) dans l'appartement.
    6. Ma mère a apprécié les fleurs que j'ai (apporter).
    7. Tu ne peux pas le joindre, il n'est pas encore (arriver) en Australie.
    8. Les objets que tu cherches sont probablement (ranger) dans le coffre.
    9. Tout à coup, le ciel s'est (éclaircir) et un rayon de soleil est apparu.
    10. Les quais ont été (envahir) par une foule désorientée.








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