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    > Other French exercises on the same topic: Homonyms [Change theme]
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    Homophones:se ou ce?


    Se s'utilise avant un verbe pronominal.

    Ex:  se doucher.

    Ce est un adjectif dmonstrastif.

    Ex: ce stylo.

    exercice:compltez soit avec se,soit avec ce.

    Bonne Chance!

    c'est HYPER facile!





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    1. livre
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    3. manège
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    8. marier
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    14. porte-clefs
    15. tiroir
    16. diriger
    17. bouton
    18. film
    19. lion
    20. dépenser








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