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    > Other French exercises on the same topic: Pronouns [Change theme]
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    Les pronoms possessifs


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    1. Le dimanche, j'aime prendre mon petit-déjeuner au lit mais mon mari préfère prendre au café d'en bas.
    2. Pourrais-je utiliser ton imprimante ? ne fonctionne plus et je dois imprimer un document.
    3. Lucie, dépêche-toi de faire tes devoirs ! Ton frère a déjà terminé et nous t'attendons pour sortir.
    4. Cher collègue, permettez-moi de vous expliquer mon projet. Ensuite, j'aimerais que vous me présentiez .
    5. Cet été, nous échangeons notre maison avec des amis canadiens. Ils occuperont à Bordeaux et nous habiterons
    6. , à Vancouver. C'est un moyen économique de voyager !








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