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    Learn French > French lessons and exercises > French test #121077
    > Other French exercises on the same topic: Spelling [Change theme]
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    M devant M, B, P.


    Devant M, B, P, la lettre N se transforme en M.

    Exceptions : bonbon, bonbonnière, bonbonne, embonpoint, néanmoins.


    Reconstituez ces mots.



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    1. Les enfants (                          ) sages.

    2. L' (                                ) la menace.

    3. C'est le ciel qui s' (                       ) .

    4. La voiture créa un bel (                                         ) !

    5. Son petit frère lui sourit, la bouche pleine de (                       ) .

    6. Déguste la première (                             ) du jardin !

    7. Grand-mère se souvient encore des (                             ) de son enfance.

    8. Sa mère voulut l' (                       ) au cirque.

    9. Quelques (                                   ) parsemaient la mousse.

    10. Les hirondelles se (                                   ) sur le toit.









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