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    From adjective to adverb


    From adjective to adverb



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    French exercise "From adjective to adverb" created by paka98 with The test builder
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    1. Qui a ri (méchant) quand je suis tombé ?

    2. Il faut (absolu) que je réussisse.

    3. Elle a (gentil) répondu à la demande de Pierre.

    4. C'est tout (bon) un chat ! me rassura maman.

    5. Rémi a (évident) fait le devoir qui lui avait été donné.

    6. Juliette travaille (meilleur) d'habitude.

    7. Sara et ses amies mangent (goulu).

    8. Marie s'est habillée (élégant) pour le bal.

    9. (Curieux), tu n'as pas entendu ce que j'ai dit !

    10. Jean a (vrai) bâti une belle maison.









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