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    Learn French > French lessons and exercises > French test #6890
    > Other French exercises on the same topics: Speaking | Bilingual dialogues [Change theme]
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    Dialogue : Practising diy.


    Find the mixed words / trouvez les mots mélangés

    Thanx to babyscot59

     


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    1. As tu besoin de ton (                             ) pour fixer l'étagère ?

    2. Non, je préférais mon (                       ) et des clous

    3. Les voici, j'ai apporté des (                                         ) (2 words - Space)

    4. Et un (                    ) à bulles.

    5. Merci mais tout d'abord je dois utiliser la (                                      ) car la planche est trop longue. (2 words - Space)

    6. Le mur est fait de béton je dois utiliser ma (                                                           ) pour percer les trous, (3 words - Space)

    7. Alors tu vas devoir utiliser des (                             )

    8. Et une grande (                 ) à béton









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