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    Learn French > French lessons and exercises > French test #51799
    > Other French exercises on the same topic: Adverbs [Change theme]
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    Adverbs of time



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    1. ( )   [d...] je suis de repos.

    2. Je viendrai te voir plus ( )   [t...].

    3. Il a été malade ( )   [p...] deux jours.

    4. L' ( )   [ap...] j'ai cours de sport.

    5. Il faut me dire ce que tu veux ( )   [ma...] !

    6. Viens me voir, ( )   [a...] tu iras voir ton père.

    7. Il est ( )   [t...] en retard à son travail.

    8. Luc n'est ( )   [j...] là quand on le cherche.

    9. Je reconnais qu'il a ( )   [qu...] de bonnes idées.

    10. Il est ( )   [t...], que fais-tu debout ?

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