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  1. 1. Choisissez la bonne conjugaison:

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    was
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    were
  2. 2. Combien de fautes y a-t-il dans cette phrase?

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    2
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    3
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    4
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    5
    Bonne réponse!
    Mauvaise réponse!

    He was embarrassed because her chair was more comfortable than his own.

  3. 3. Quel est le participe passé de ce verbe?

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    bring
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    brung
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    bringed
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    brought
  4. 4. Ce mot est-il correctement orthographié?

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    Oui
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    Non
  5. 5. Complétez:

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    broke up
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    broke in
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    broke down
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    broke
  6. 6. Qu'est-ce que c'est que ce mot?

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    Un adjectif possessif
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    Un pronom démonstratif
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    Un verbe
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    Un pronom personnel
  7. 7. Complétez:

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    during
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    since
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    for
  8. 8. Quelle conjugaison est correcte?

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    laid
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    lay
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    lied
    Bonne réponse!
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    «Lay down» est le prétérit de «lie down» («se coucher»). «Laid» est le prétérit de «lay», qui signifie «déposer», «coucher» ou encore «étendre».

  9. 9.

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    Misspell
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    Misspel
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    Mispell
  10. 10.

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    whose
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    who
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    whom
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    which
  11. 11. Quel est le prétérit de ce verbe?

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    forbide
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    forbade
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    forbidden
  12. 12.

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    twelvth
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    twelfth
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    twelvht
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    twelfht
  13. 13. Complétez:

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    might
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    must
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    can
  14. 14. Complétez:

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    to
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    in
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    for
  15. 15. Choisissez le bon pronom:

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    I
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    me
    Bonne réponse!
    Mauvaise réponse!

    Dans ce cas, le pronom est l'objet du verbe, et non son sujet, donc on emploie «me».

  16. 16. Complétez:

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    of student was
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    students were
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    student was
  17. 17. Quel est le participe passé de ce verbe?

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    trode
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    troden
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    trodden
  18. 18.

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    aggresive
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    aggressive
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    agressive
  19. 19. Complétez:

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    ought
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    should
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    would
  20. 20. Quelle est la bonne traduction?

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    I used to get up early.
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    I am used to get up early.
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    I am used to getting up early.
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    I used to getting up early.
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    I get used to getting up early.