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    Forme impérative


    Forme impérative



    French exercise "Forme impérative" created by paka98 with The test builder
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    1. '(Se tenir) tranquille ! ' dit maman à son fils.
    2. '(Être) sages à l'école les enfants !
    3. (Ouvrir) la porte s'il te plaît et attends-moi dans la voiture.
    4. ' Je vais vous aider. Allez ! (résoudre) ce problème ensemble,' dit le maître.
    5. '(Se taire)! ' dit le professeur aux élèves.
    6. '(Avoir) un peu de bonté !' dit papa à sa fille
    7. '(Dire)-moi la vérité s'il vous plaît, ' suggéra le policier à la dame.
    8. (Savoir) que je ne t'en veux pas.
    9. '(Courir) vite,' lance l'entraîneur aux joueurs.
    10. '(Respecter) les règles du jeu et fais attention,' dit Marie à sa soeur.








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