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    Les formes verbales en -er / -é / -ai


    Imparfait, infinitif ou participe ?

    • Les verbes conjugués, en particulier les imparfaits en -ai, sont des noyaux de phrases. Il suffit pour les reconnaître de changer la personne (il changeait, nous changions).
    • Après une préposition, le verbe est toujours à l'infinitif (finale -er).
    • Quand deux verbes se suivent, le deuxième est à l'infinitif si le premier n'est pas l'auxiliaire être ou avoir.
    • En place d'adjectif, la forme en peut être remplacée par un adjectif.

     L'infinitif et le participe sont des modes. L'imparfait est un temps.





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