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Compétence

Langue : je maitrise les codes de la langue.

Mission 1

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Exercice 1 : Make + Base verb

Make causative sentences.

Example: this young vandal / become aware of the legal risks he takes → The policeman made this young vandal become aware of the legal risks he takes.

1
The policeman... (stencil artist / feel guilty).



2
The policeman… (us / realise our neighbour’s wall was not the right place for our graffiti).



3
The policeman… (this female writer / think about her responsibility as an artist).

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Subject 1 + make + subject 2 + BV 2
Subject 2: noun (TAKI 183, the policeman…) or object pronouns (me, you, him/her/it, us, them)

> Causatifs
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Exercice 2 : Past actions

Conjugate the verbs.

1
When he (start) his tag, Taki183 (know / not) that graffiti would become such an important movement.

2
After a one-hour chase, the police (catch / not) the vandals.

3
In the 80’s and 90’s, writers (invent) a lot of styles.

4
Ten years ago, the media (help) graffiti become famous.

5
Yesterday, he (buy) many spray paint cans.

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Regular verbs: -d or -ed ending
Beware of irregular verbs!
Negative sentences (for all verbs): subject + DID + not + BV

> Prétérit simple
> Irregular verbs
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Exercice 3 : Subordinate clauses

Make all the necessary changes to write proper sentences with subordinate clauses.

1
/ the writer / his friends / help him with his whole car / . /



2
/ the police / the writer / get out of the elevator / . /



3
/ graffiti artists / cities / give more space to express themselves / . /

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Want, need, force, would like + noun, object pronoun + to + BV
Wait for + noun, object pronoun + to + BV

> Proposition infinitive

Mission 2

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Exercice 4 : Imperative

Transform the sentences into direct speech.

Example: We told her to stop tagging the school walls. → We said: “Stop tagging the school walls!”

1
They wanted me to follow them.



2
He asked us to give him back his spraycans.



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BV at the beginning of a sentence, no subject!

> Impératif
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Exercice 5 : Possessive pronouns

Complete with the correct pronoun.

1
Dan’s stencil is amazing. Juliet also did one. is even better.

2
My street art book is very interesting. Linda, how about ?

3
This city is full of graffiti! also has lots, and we love it!

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I → mine
You → yours
He → his
She → hers
It → its
We → ours
You → yours
They → theirs

> Pronoms
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