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Banque d’exercices de grammaire

1 - Les auxiliaires, les temps du présent, les temps du passé

Choisissez l’auxiliaire qui convient.

1. you like chocolate?
2. Where you go last summer?
3. Where Lisa going next holidays?
4. She understand Spanish but she speaks Italian.
5. Michael and John been playing together for hours.
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Corrigez les erreurs portant sur le présent simple d’un étudiant français.

Exemple :They loves playing football. → They love playing football.

1. Where does you come from? I am live in Bordeaux but I was born in Toulouse.

2. What do Fiona likes doing during her spare time? With her brother, they plays in a rock music band. She sings and he play the drums.

3. I think there are too much homework at school. Doesn’t you think?

4. John always haves good marks in mathematics. He does thinks he is a genius!

5. Does it be true that French people loves cheese? Yes, it’s true. Do you know English people doesn’t like eating frogs?

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Conjuguez les verbes entre parenthèses au présent be + V-ing. Puis indiquez leur valeur : A : une valeur en cours, B : une action prévue C : traduction d’un reproche.

1. What you (do)? I watch) my favourite series on Netflix. I also (drink) a delicious peppermint tea.

2. Do you want to go to the cinema tonight? I am sorry I can’t. I (date) Frank tonight.

3. Look! This is Sally! What she (do)? She (hides) from her mother because she (skip) school.

4. In class, I’m fed up with John and Peter. They always (chat)

5. Don’t you think Bruce has put on weight? This is not a surprise ! He always (eat) junk food!
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Ecrivez la biographie de Martin Luther King en conjuguant les verbes au préterit simple.

Birth 15th January, 1929 in Atlanta, Georgia.
Marriage with Corretta Scott in 1953.
Have 4 children.
Be a pastor.
Organize the Montgomery bus boycott.
Defend African-Americans’ rights.
Deliver his famous speech “I have a dream” on 28th August 1963 in Washington.
1964 award the Peace Nobel Prize.
Fight against the Vietnam war, poverty and Segregation.
Murder in Memphis on April 4, 1968.

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Complétez les phrases en conjuguant les verbes suivants au present perfect : fix - travel - work - become - be - break.

1. Now you can use the computer. I just it.
2. John in London since 2003.
3. Thanks to Titanic, Kate Winslet and Leonardo DiCaprio famous.
4. Oops! I just Patricia’s favourite vase ! She is going to kill me!
5. you ever to Poland? Yes, I there twice.
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Traduisez les phrases suivantes en veillant à utiliser le past perfect quand cela est nécessaire.

1. Mes parents sont retournés en Italie où ils s’étaient rencontrés 25 ans plus tôt.

2. Je n’avais jamais mangé de Haggis avant d’aller en Ecosse.

3. Quand ils sont arrivés, la plupart des invités étaient déjà partis.

4. Laura n’a pas voulu venir au cinéma car elle avait déjà vu le film.

5. Si j’avais su, je ne serais pas venu !
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Conjuguez les verbes entre parenthèses au présent simple ou au présent continu (be + V-ing).

1. Lily usually (get up) at 2 am and (walk) in the house. She (be) a sleepwalker. Sometimes when she (wake up) she (ask) " I (sleep)?"
2. Yum ! What a delicious smell! Thanks, it (be) my mother who (bake) some cookies.
3. It (be) 3 am and the neighbours’ dog still (bark)! Tomorrow, I (go) to talk with the master. It (not/go) last forever!
4. Sarah (be) no longer my friend. I’m fed up with her. She always (complain) and (cause) problems.
5. John (leave) at 6 am to go to L.A. He (need) to be at the airport at 7 am because the plane (take off) at 8.30 am.
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Conjuguez les verbes entre parenthèses au préterit simple ou au préterit be + V-ing.

1. I (read) while my mother (cook) delicious scones.
2. What you (do) between 5 pm and 6 pm?
3. John and Lisa (not/do) their homework when their mother (come) home. They (play) video games.
4. I (like) Angie very much but she always (complain).
5. We (prepare) a secret party for her birthday when she (come) in the room.
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Choisissez entre le present perfect et le past perfect.

1. Before we travelled to India, chicken Tikka Masala.
2. Lily lived in China for 3 years but before that in Japan.
3. I wonder if bungee-jumping.
4. Lewis Sarah for years before they got married. since 2013.
5. Where is John? for a walk.
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Conjuguez les verbes entre parenthèses au temps du passé qui convient.

The Trunchbull 1.(be) in such a rage that her face 2.(take) on a boiled colour and little flecks of froth 3.(gather) at the corners of her mouth. But she 4.(be/not) the only one who 5.(lose) her cool. Matilda also 6.(begin)to see red. She 7.(not/mind) in the least being accused of having done something she 8.(do) actually. She could see the justice of that. It 9.(be), however, a totally new experience for her to be accused of a crime that she definitely 10.(not/commit). She 11.(have) absolutely nothing to do with that beastly creature in the glass. By golly, she 13.(think), that rotten Trunchbull isn't going to pin this one on me! "I 13.(not/do) it!" she (scream).
"Oh yes, you 14.(do)!" the Trunchbull 15.(roar back). "Nobody else could have thought up a trick like that! Your father 16.(be) right to warn me about you!" The woman 17.(seem) to have lost control of herself completely. She 18.(rant) like a maniac.

Matilda, Roald Dahl, 1990.
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Choisissez entre le present perfect et le preterit. Conjuguez les verbes entre parenthèses au temps qui convient. Justifiez votre réponse.

1. She (visit) England three times but she never (be) to Ireland.

2. Yesterday, the doctor (tell) me I (be) in a good shape. I (say): “I never (smoke)”

3. I never (take) the plane. Last year, I (go) to Milan by train.

4. I (watch) an amazing film last week.

5. I am sorry. I don’t have my book I (lend) it to a friend.
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Choisissez la bonne réponse parmi les propositions. Justifiez votre réponse.

1. She chocolate cake since she is a kid.
2. Where is John? He tennis.
3. I am so tired! I for 2 hours.
4. Mike since he met Pete.
5. Laura usually watching a movie after work.
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2 - Les constructions verbales

Exprimez l’habitude en fonction des éléments donnés entre parenthèses.

Exemple : I used to go to the cinema once a week. (habitude passée)
I am used to cooking for my family. (habitude au présent)

1. My mother / read two books a week. (habitude passée)

2. I / have a vegetable soup for dinner. (habitude au présent)

3. I / go to bed late. (habitude au présent)

4. When she was a teenager, Sophia / travel a lot. (habitude passée)

5. My best friend / revise at the school library. (habitude au présent)
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Traduisez les phrases suivantes en utilisant la forme emphatique.

Exemple : - Tu n’es pas allé au cinéma hier, n’est-ce pas ? - Oh que si! → "You didn’t go to the cinema yesterday, did you?" "Oh yes, I did."

1. - Ne me dis pas que Laura partira demain ! - J’ai bien peur que si.

2. - Est-elle une bonne enseignante ? - Oh que oui !

3. - Nous reste-t-il encore du temps ? - J’ai bien peur que non.

4. - Est-il vrai que tu as vu Beyoncé à New York ? - Oui, je l’ai bel et bien vue.

5. - Tu ne penses pas ce que tu dis ? - Oh que si.
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Les phrases suivantes constituent un texte au futur. Mettez les verbes entre parenthèses à la bonne forme du futur.

Exemple : From now on, I ….. (do) my homework. → will

1. I (go) to London.
2. The train to London (leave) at 6 pm.
3. I know I not (be) late.
4. My husband not (go) with me.
5. He (join) me tomorrow morning.
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‘For’, ‘since’ ou ‘ago’ ? Choisissez.

Exemple : He has been a teacher ….. 2008. → since

1. I have been married ten years.
2. Marina gave me that book two years
3. my childhood, I have been eating chocolate.
4. Adam hasn’t seen his mother a long time.
5. I received that letter a month
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Remettez les mots dans l’ordre.

Exemple : assassinated / 1968 / Martin Luther King / was / in > Martin Luther King was assassinated in 1968.
  • award
  • an
  • actress
  • This
  • was
  • given
  • Famous

  • he
  • Was
  • hit
  • by
  • a
  • car

  • written
  • the
  • by
  • letter
  • the
  • was
  • prisoner

  • interested
  • your
  • many
  • Film
  • were
  • people
  • in

  • done
  • Work
  • this
  • his
  • by
  • friend
  • was
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Mettez les phrases suivantes à la voix passive.

Exemple : The police officer arrested Rosa parks on the bus. → Rosa Parks was arrested on the bus by the police officer.

1. Don De Lillo wrote a new book.

2. He ate a chocolate bar.

3. My father is painting the walls of my room.

4. Phyllis has given me a red pen; I can write now.

5. Tanya broke my phone.
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Infinitif en to ou verbe en -ing ? Choisissez la forme adéquate en traduisant ces phrases.

Exemple : Je veux que tu sois sage. → I want you to be quiet.

1. J’aime lire ce magazine.

2. Pourrais-tu s’il te plaît cesser de crier ?

3. J’ai promis d’être plus travailleur.

4. Je ne m’attendais pas à ce qu’il soit aussi violent.

5. Josh continue de jouer aux jeux vidéos.
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Traduisez les phrases suivantes en veillant à la forme du deuxième verbe (infinitif ou -ing ?).

Exemple : Je déteste mentir à mes parents. → I hate lying to my parents.

1. J’ai fini de faire mes devoirs d’anglais.

2. Mes parents m’ont permis de partir en vacances avec mes amis.

3. Evitez de faire du bruit dans les couloirs.

4. Nous espérons vous voir à la fête.

5. Elles veulent que Diane vienne avec elles au parc.
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Choisissez la bonne particule.

Exemple : I am a baby sitter; I look for / after children. → after

1. It’s too difficult; I think I will give .

2. You’re doing very well! Just carry .

3. I lost my bag; please help me look it.

4. I can’t see anything; could you please switch the light?

5. Elisabeth and Laura aren’t together anymore. They broke .
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Remplissez les espaces vides en choisissant le verbe à particule adéquat.

1. This exercise is too difficult: I !
2. If you are not satisfied with the product, we can you
3. I had an appointment with Mary but she did not
4. He will of London and go to New York.
5. I can’t use my computer because it has .
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Traduisez les phrases suivantes en veillant à la concordance des temps.

Exemple : If I were you, I would call my parents for help.

1. S’il fait beau demain, j’irai au parc.

2. Si j’étais riche, j’achèterais une immense maison.

3. Si elle avait été plus attentive en classe, elle aurait eu de meilleures notes.

4. Si tu joues à la console tard le soir, tu ne pourras pas te lever tôt demain matin.

5. Si je deviens médecin, j’aiderai les pauvres dans le monde.
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Exprimez le regret en utilisant wish.

Exemple : I can’t speak English and I regret that. → I wish I could speak English.

1. I didn’t go to the gym yesterday and I regret that.

2. I don’t have a pen to lend you and I’m sorry about that.

3. I didn’t get the summer job; it is a pity.

4. I would have liked to go to the cinema with you, but I can’t.

5. I can’t go out tonight; my parents disagree.
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Transformez les phrases suivantes en utilisant un impératif.

Exemple : I don’t want you to leave the apartment. → Don’t leave the apartment!

1. You must call your father.

2. You have to eat more vegetables.

3. I want her to give me my money back.

4. I ordered you to stop talking.

5. She wants him to leave her alone.
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3 - Les modaux et expressions modales

Indiquez le sens de chaque phrase : capacité, incapacité, interdiction, obligation, permission, conseil, probabilité.

Exemple : You must work alone. → obligation

1. She can’t play the piano. →
2. They should tell the truth. →
3. We must be on time to catch the train. →
4. Can I go home earlier? →
5. They may visit us in December. →
6. You mustn’t leave without permission. →
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Traduisez les phrases suivantes en utilisant le modal approprié.

Exemple : Je sais parler 5 langues étrangères. → I can speak 5 foreign languages.

1. Je ne peux pas venir ce soir, désolé(e).

2. Il se peut que Laura nous invite ce week-end.

3. Tu dois tout retenir pour demain.

4. Nous ne devrions pas parler si fort.

5. Elles n’ont pas le droit d’utiliser leur téléphone.
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Capacité, incapacité, permission ou probabilité ? Traduisez les phrases suivantes et précisez la modalité exprimée.

Exemple : My sister can’t swim. → Ma soeur ne sait pas nager. → incapacité

1. I could draw very well when I was a child.

2. Can we stay a little longer?

3. This can’t be true!

4. Could you help me, please?

5. Can you write them an email for tomorrow?
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Obligation, interdiction ou conseil ? Complétez les phrases suivantes avec can, must, mustn’t, should ou shouldn’t.

Exemple : Pupils must respect their teachers and classmates.

1. If you like adventure, you read this book.
2. Ted practise everyday, he has no choice.
3. We are going to the USA this summer, they come with us if they want.
4. People use their phone here, it’s forbidden.
5. We explain the problem. It would help everybody.
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Prédiction future (will / won’t) ou conditionnel (would) ? Complétez les phrases suivantes.

Exemple : work hard to succeed → I will work hard to succeed.

1. I pass my exam! I am ready for it!
2. If I had the time, I help my friends after school.
3. I promise that I ask questions to the teachers this year.
4. If I were more self-confident, I join the drama club.
5. I disappoint my family! I get bad grades.
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Reformulez les phrases avec might, may ou must.

Exemple : I’m sure he is late. → He must be late.

1. Perhaps they take the plane.

2. It’s not for sure but we will maybe accept the deal.

3. I’m sure the shops are closed now.

4. Perhaps she regrets giving us details.

5. I’m sure he is waiting for us.
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En tant que parents, quelles règles donneriez-vous à vos enfants ? Utilisez must ou needn’t.

Exemple : cook dinner every evening → You needn’t / must cook dinner every evening.

1. walk the dog every morning

2. hoover your bedroom once a month

3. lay and clear the table at weekends

4. tidy up your bedroom everyday

5. wash the family car
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À quel point est-ce possible ? Choisissez le modal en fonction du degré de probabilité.

Exemple : I (may / will) watch this film with you. I need to ask my parents first.

1. She’s not a football fan. She come to see her friend play this afternoon.
2. Mr Adams is very nicely dressed today. He have an important meeting.
3. We have decided to do something special next year. We visit Australia!
4. My aunt is coming on Saturday and we have many apples at home. I make an apple pie.
5. You worked very hard today. You be exhausted.
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Traduisez les phrases suivantes en utilisant un modal.

Exemple : Ce doit être agréable de vivre ici. → It must be pleasant to live here.

1. La famille Baker va acheter un chien.

2. Il se pourrait qu’elle m’invite.

3. Il doit faire froid là-bas, n’oublie pas ton bonnet !

4. Leurs parents vont peut-être accepter de venir.

5. Je peux vous envoyer ma lettre demain.
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Quels sont les souhaits de Tim pour son avenir ?

Exemple : I can travel around the world. → I hope I will be able to travel around the world.

1. I can meet other celebrities. I hope I will….

2. Journalists must be respectful. I hope journalists will...

3. Fans can join me on stage. I hope fans will...

4. I mustn’t take important decisions. I hope I will not...

5. I can see my family and friends as much as possible. I hope I will...
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Complétez le paragraphe suivant à l’aide d’un modal ou d’une expression équivalente.

Welcome to this new tourist attraction everybody!
You bring your bags with you on the ride because you lose or break your personal belongings.
You take off your coats and jackets, it’s not a problem.
Under 10 be accompanied by an adult because they get scared even if it’s very rare.
Don’t forget to smile for the photo or you be disappointed!
Don’t worry, you be injured! It’s just impossible!
So have fun, you regret it!
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Un ami a rejoint votre club de sport. Quelles recommandations lui feriez-vous en utilisant needn’t ou ought to?

Exemple : stress → You needn’t stress!

1. train everyday

2. have a healthy diet

3. get an extra private coach. It’s useless

4. attend all games

5. buy a new outfit. The club provides clothes for its members.
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Vous participez à un voyage scolaire à l’étranger. Faites des phrases détaillant les permissions et les interdictions.

Exemple : bring snacks from home → You are allowed to bring snacks from home.

1. use your phone during the visits

2. forget to take notes for the travel diary

3. listen to music during the transport

4. be loud and disrespectful in the hotel

5. play games and chat before going to bed
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4 - Les propositons et les discours direct / indirect

Trouvez la phrase qui a été dite par la personne. Il n'y a qu'une possibilité.

1. Patricia is a liar. She told me she would always be there for me! Patricia said:

2. Lisa told me she had gone to Greece the previous summer. Lisa told me:

3. I told Jenny she would always be special for me. I told:

4. Michael asked Nola what she had been doing all day. Michael asked Nola:

5. Alicia asked me what I had done to my arm. I answered her I had broken it.
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Rapportez les propos (soulignés) du Président Kennedy.

“We choose to go to the moon. We choose to go to the moon in this decade and do the other things, not because they are easy, but because they are hard, because that goal will serve to organize and measure the best of our energies and skills, because that challenge is one that we are willing to accept, one we are unwilling to postpone, and one which we intend to win, and the others, too.

Moon Speech, John Fitzgerald Kennedy, 1962.

Voici quelques amorces de phrases pour vous aider à commencer :
President Kennedy said...
President Kennedy informed us...
President Kennedy declared...
President Kennedy asserted...

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Complétez les phrases suivantes avec les mots exclamatifs so, such, what ou how.

1. I had a lovely day! great my English lessons were!
2. Mr Powell is a wonderful filmmaker! a shame that is not more famous!
3. Yummy! This cake is delicious that I could eat it all!
4. long my last travel to Lisbon was! It lasted 10 hours. But it was worth it because Lisbon is a lovely city!
5. Have you already finished your exercise? Wow quick you have been!
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Réécrivez ces phrases en les découpant correctement et en utilisant la ponctuation qui convient.


The Hound of the Baskervilles, Arthur Conan Doyle, 1902.

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Remettez les mots dans l’ordre.

  • cookies
  • I
  • a
  • for
  • snack
  • when
  • was
  • me
  • I
  • kid
  • my
  • mother
  • gave

  • amazing
  • I
  • train
  • in
  • watching
  • series
  • the finished
  • was

  • famous
  • belongs
  • blue
  • the
  • a
  • have
  • to seen
  • just
  • house
  • we
  • singer

  • John sister
  • playing
  • is
  • Fortnite
  • ?
  • isn’t
  • with
  • his
  • he

  • film
  • remember
  • this
  • director
  • the
  • name
  • who
  • of
  • I
  • don’t
  • made the
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Choisissez le verbe qui convient. Puis écrivez la phrase en utilisant une proposition infinitive.


Exemple : “Can you please clean your room?” (to me) → My mother asks me to clean my room.

1. “This is the last episode of the season tonight.” (to me) → Peter me
2. “Don’t come home late.” → His parents him .
3.“I.D or passport?” (to me) → The airport agent me
4.“Switch off your mobile phones please.” (to us) → The supervisor .
5.“I come back before 7 p.m.” (to Mélissa) → I .
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Traduisez les phrases suivantes en prêtant attention aux propositions infinitives.

1. Pendant la ségrégation, il était interdit aux Afro-Américains de s’asseoir à l’avant du bus.

2. Mes parents m’ont toujours encouragé à croire en mes rêves.

3. Ma mère veut que je surveille ma petite soeur après l’école.

4. On nous a conseillé de ne pas manger dans ce restaurant.

5. Je m’attendais à ce que John vienne ce soir.
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Remplacez “because” par des équivalents : as, since, owing to, for + V-ing, due to. Il sera parfois nécessaire de reformuler les phrases.

1. Because I didn’t revise my lesson, I got a bad mark.

2. Serena was expelled from class because she texted messages in class.

3. Because of the bad weather, millions of people were deprived of electricity.

4. I am so tired this morning because I played video games until 3 a.m.

5. Because I love reading and watching films, I have improved my knowledge.
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Reliez les phrases suivantes avec une expression permettant d’exprimer le but. Plusieurs propositions sont possibles.

1. I do gymnastics every day / keep fit.

2. My brother comes / He helps you / homework

3. Jessica doesn’t want dogs inside the house / dogs get it dirty.

4. I cook you a meal / you don’t have to cook tonight.

5. Chloe works hard / get graduated.
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Complétez les phrases suivantes.

1. Michael loves eating pizzas Ann prefers eating pasta.
2. I stayed until the end of the party I didn’t want to.
3. I finished the meal she cooked it was not good at all.
4. Lisa has never travelled alone. she goes backpacking in Peru next summer.
5. This teacher is never absent. Yesterday, he went teaching his severe headache.
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Complétez les phrases suivantes en utilisant la conjonction appropriée.

1. In order to prevent me from getting sick, I wash my hands I eat.
2. Do you know Emma comes to pay a visit to her grandparents?
3. Bruce will send you the pictures he comes back home.
4. I met Miss Jones I was walking in the forest.
5. I watched the episodes the end. That’s why I’m tired this morning.
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Traduisez les phrases suivantes en choisissant la conjonction appropriée.

1. Dès que j’aurai du temps, j’irai au cinéma.

2. La prochaine fois que j’irai à New York, je visiterai le Moma.

3. Sais-tu quand Helen viendra nous voir ?

4. Ce spectacle était tellement incroyable que je suis resté jusqu’à la toute fin (the very end).

5. Je crois bien que j’aimerai U2 jusqu’à la fin de ma vie !
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Complétez les phrases suivantes avec la conjonction qui convient.

1. Snakes are not aggressive they feel attacked.
2. they are together, they are happy.
3. I enjoy Lou’s friendship, I will not spend my holidays with her.
4. I allow you to go to the party you come back home before 1.00 am.
5. you’re good or bad at sport, the most important is to have fun!
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5 - Les questions, réponses et les propositions relatives

Remettez les mots dans le bon ordre pour former des questions.

Exemple : like / you / eating / do / sushis → Do you like eating sushis?

  • with
  • tonight
  • you
  • me
  • ?
  • coming
  • are

  • can
  • play
  • instrument
  • she
  • an
  • ?

  • film
  • a
  • they
  • watch
  • will
  • this
  • ?
  • weekend

  • snow
  • going
  • is
  • it
  • to
  • ?
  • today

  • everyday
  • after
  • she
  • ?
  • does
  • work
  • school
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Choisissez le mot interrogatif approprié.

Exemple: (Why / When) does he go to Australia? - Next month.

1. is your brother? - He’s 5.
2. do they take the train? - At 7pm.
3. are they dancing? - They’re celebrating.
4. is this book please? - It’s £12.
5. will go with you to this party? - Alice and Ned.
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Posez les questions correspondant aux éléments de réponse soulignés.

Exemple : I’m going to New Zealand this summer. → Where are you going this summer?

1. I learn Chinese at school.

2. She practises canyoning because it’s thrilling.

3. The Hamiltons phoned last night.

4. He plays tennis every Wednesday afternoon.

5. We are on holiday next week.
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Pronom relatif objet (whom) ou pronom relatif possessif (whose) ? Choisissez.

Exemple : This girl, (whom / whose) mother is my teacher, is very cheeky!

1. The man, with they are speaking, is Mr Adam.
2. This dog, owner lives next door, hates children.Be careful!
3. The manager, behind Jane is standing, can speak 5 foreign languages.
4. The baby, after she is looking, sleeps all day.
5. The baby, babysitter is in my class, is a real angel.
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Formez des questions avec le mot interrogatif approprié quand cela est nécessaire et en conjuguant le verbe entre parenthèses.

Exemple : (your nephew / be) born? In 2015. → When was your nephew born?

1. (the French team / win) the competition last year? No, they didn’t.

2. (you / stay) home this afternoon? Because I have too much work.

3. (pupils / be) there in your class? There are 27 pupils.

4. (you / ever / visit) Canada? Never, but I have already been in the USA.

5. (the closest shop / be)? The closest shop is 5 km from here.
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Traduisez les questions suivantes.

Exemple : Qui était William Shakespeare? → Who was William Shakespeare?

1. Est-ce que tu as étudié l’anglais quand tu étais jeune ?

2. Combien de frères et soeurs as-tu ?

3. A quelle heure part-il demain matin ?

4. Est-ce qu’elle voyage aux États-Unis chaque année ?

5. Pourquoi ne sont-ils pas venus avec toi ?
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Complétez la fin de chaque réponse courte.

Exemple : Do you like grammar? Yes, I do.
1. Are they waiting for us? No,
2. Can he come with me? Yes,
3. Have they received their present? No,
4. Will you finish this for tomorrow? Yes,
5. Does he ride his bike everyday? Yes,
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Complétez les phrases suivantes avec le bon tag.

Exemple : You aren’t 18 years old, are you?

1. She won’t answer positively, ?
2. You can’t stand losing, ?
3. He’s not entirely satisfied, ?
4. They play badminton very well,
5. You haven’t sent him an email, ?
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Fusionnez les deux idées en une seule phrase à l’aide d’une proposition relative sujet (who ou which).

Exemple : I have a friend. My friend is British. → I have a friend who is British.

1. There is a city in the USA. This city is called “the Wind City”.

2. They have a car. The car is old and it pollutes a lot.

3. She plays a sport. This sport is only famous in Australia.

4. We live with a girl at university. She comes from an important family.

5. I know a boy in my school. He’s a famous youtuber.
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Complétez les phrases avec le bon pronom relatif (objet ou possessif). Plusieurs réponses sont possibles dans certains cas.

Exemple : I like the car ø / that she’s driving.

1. You will love the present I bought you.
2. Where is the book pages are torn?
3. This is the person everybody appreciates so much.
4. You must try the cookies I just baked.
5. They are with the group teacher is missing today.
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Choisissez entre which ou whom.

Exemple : What’s the name of the company with which you will fly?

1. It’s the city in you will stay 6 months.
2. Take a bag with you won’t have any problem.
3. Let me present you the person with my parents are speaking.
4. He is the man on everything depends.
5. This is the birthday present of I have always dreamt.
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Exemple : C’est le professeur grâce à qui j’ai réussi mon test. → He’s the teacher thanks to whom I passed my test.

1. Prends le livre qui est sur la table.
2. Te souviens-tu du garçon dont les parents sont Irlandais ?
3. J’ai besoin d’un ami sur qui je peux compter.
4. J’étais au magasin qui est au coin de la rue.
5. Ils ont choisi une ville où il y a un lycée.
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Ajoutez la ponctuation au texte suivant (trois phrases avec , : ! ? . ).

1. Hello everyone I’m so happy to see all of you ok let me present you the schedule for today in the morning we will visit the area and in the afternoon we’ll try bungee jumping so are you ready
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6 - Les noms, adjectifs, articles et quantifieurs

Dans chacune des phrases suivantes, relevez les noms dénombrables et les noms indénombrables.

Exemple : There is no milk left in the fridge.
Dénombrables → fridge, Indénombrables → milk

1. Could you please give me more information about this city?
Dénombrables : Indénombrables :
2. You have made progress with your English!this city?
Dénombrables : Indénombrables :
3. I don’t have enough money to buy these jeans.this city?
Dénombrables : Indénombrables :
4. There is no water left in the bottle.this city?
Dénombrables : Indénombrables :
5. My father doesn’t have much knowledge about computers. this city?
Dénombrables : Indénombrables :
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Mettez les phrases suivantes au pluriel.

Exemple : My child loves chocolate. → My children love chocolate.

1. I found a mouse in my room.

2. This woman looks beautiful.

3. My foot hurts.

4. My tooth is broken.

5. This knife is sharp.
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Traduisez les phrases suivantes en veillant à l’ordre des adjectifs.

Exemple : Il porte un beau manteau en cuir. → He is wearing a nice leather coat.

1. Sophia a un grand sac vert en laine.

2. Quelle belle table en bois marron !

3. Il a une superbe et grande maison bleue.

4. Elle a un bracelet large et brillant.

5. Elle a de beaux cheveux noirs bouclés.
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Choisissez entre l’adjectif terminant par -ed et l’adjectif terminant par -ing.

Exemple : My day was tiring / tired.

1. I am in theatre.
2. I am getting .
3. London is a city!
4. I feel so to go to New York.
5. Your speech was very .
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Article the ou article zéro (Ø) ? Choisissez l’article approprié et complétez les espaces vides.

Exemple : My son is starting Ø school in a week.

1. book I read is so funny.
2. Pass me salt, please.
3. cats are my favourite animals.
4. Generally speaking, I don’t like movies.
5. giant Panda is an endangered species.
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A, an ou article zéro (Ø) ? Complétez les espaces vides.

Exemple : I went to see a film yesterday.

1. What cute animal!
2. He wrote interesting book.
3. There is new museum in Washington.
4. British society is multicultural.
5. water is important to life.
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Traduisez les phrases suivantes en prêtant attention aux articles.

Exemple : Il y a un beau parc près de la maison verte. → There is a nice park near the green house.

1. Il y a un livre sur le banc.

2. La société française est très diverse.

3. Les élèves attendent le professeur dans le couloir.

4. Le pianiste est allé aux Etats-Unis.

5. Le Royaume-Uni va sortir de l’Union Européenne.
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The, article zéro (Ø), a ou an ? Choisissez le bon article.

Exemple : I want to go to Ø university.

1. movie I saw yesterday was great!
2. apple day keeps doctor away.
3. dogs are very friendly.
4. I need to buy uniform.
5. Learning new language is important.
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Some ou any ? Complétez les phrases suivantes en employant le bon quantifieur.

Exemple : Do you have any problems with the exercise?

1. I would like cake, please.
2. He doesn’t have free time to play football with us.
3. I need 2 dollars; do you have change?
4. I went to the market and I bought vegetables.
5. Do you have suggestions for me so that I can improve my English?
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Much ou many ? Complétez les phrases suivantes en employant le bon quantifieur.

Exemple : I don’t have many tips to give you.

1. John doesn’t have money to buy this coat.
2. I have so books at home.
3. Yesterday, Peter asked me questions.
4. Mary has advice to give me.
5. How did you pay for your computer?
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A little, little, a few ou few ? Choisissez le quantifieur approprié et complétez les espaces vides.

Exemple : Last summer, I spent a few days in Spain.

1. Your essay is very good; you made very mistakes.
2. I cannot get this drink; I have very money left.
3. Don’t take all the candies; just have
4. ‘Do you want some water ?’ ‘Yes, just
5. Use oil in your salad.
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No, none ou not any ? Choisissez le quantifieur approprié et complétez les espaces vides.

Exemple : There is no bread at the baker’s.

1. of my friends came to my birthday.
2. My sister has time to help me with my homework.
3. ‘Are there any questions?’ ‘No, there are
4. He keeps of his promises.
5. ‘Do you know when Adam came back to France?’ ‘I have idea.’
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Vous expliquez la recette des crêpes à votre ami(e). Utilisez les quantifieurs adéquats.

Exemple : Put some / a little sugar.

1. Put flour in a bowl.
2. Break in eggs (three or four).
3. Add only oil.
4. Stir the mixture and add milk, but not too .
5. Do you have questions about the recipe?
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7 - Les comparatifs, le superlatif et la possession

Complétez les phrases au comparatif de supériorité.

Exemple : He is more intelligent than her.

1. The teacher is the pupils. (tall)
2. Meat is fish. (fat)
3. I’m my best friend. (young)
4. My bag is yours. (expensive)
5. My parents are me of course! (old)
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Mettez les phrases suivantes au comparatif de supériorité (+), d’infériorité (-) ou d’égalité (=).

Exemple : This exercise is .. the next one. (difficult, -) → This exercise is less difficult than the next one.
1. That building is not the canteen. (high, =)
2. The sofa is the armchair. (comfortable, -)
3. Your eyes are mine. (pretty, +)
4. Are you at maths or physics? (good, +)
5. A raincoat is not a jacket. (stylish, =)
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Complétez les phrases suivantes selon l’exemple.

Exemple : The longer your trip is, the heavier is your suitcase.
1. The you finish (soon), the (good).
2. The you climb (high), the (risky).
3. The the way is (short), the you get home (fast).
4. The you sail (far), the it becomes (dangerous).
5. The you swim (deep), the is the pressure (strong).
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Remettez les mots dans l’ordre pour former des phrases.

Exemple : is / famous /. / most / the / he → He is the most famous.
  • am
  • best
  • I
  • the

  • in
  • the
  • the
  • world
  • country
  • is
  • .
  • it
  • most
  • dangerous

  • ?
  • tower
  • the
  • highest
  • it
  • is

  • .
  • nicest
  • the
  • person
  • know
  • she
  • I
  • is

  • animals
  • on
  • scariest
  • Earth
  • .
  • are
  • spiders
  • the
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Comparatif ou superlatif ?

Exemple : The koala is the cutest animal on Earth.
1. The cheetah is one of animals. (fast)
2. A turtle is a hare. (slow)
3. A whale is a shark. (massive)
4. Meerkats are creatures I’ve ever met. (cheeky)
5. Squirrels are I thought. (clever)
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Composez des mots en sélectionnant le bon élément.

Exemple : sweat shirt

1. swim

2. coat

3. rain

4. hand

5. pull
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Sélectionnez la bonne définition des mots suivants.

Exemple : A greenhouse is a building made of glass for growing plants in.

1. A housewife is
2. A housewarming is
3. A housework is
4. A household is
5. A housekeeper is
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La possession: ‘s ou s’ ? A votre tour de reformuler en réutilisant les noms !

Exemple : My grandparents had a renowned restaurant. → My grandparents’ restaurant was renowned.
1. Peter says “It’s my pen.” So it’s .
2. The kids answered it was their bikes. They’re .
3. Emma directed her first film. It’s film.
4. The neighbour has a green car. car is green.
5. My parents have a nice dog. dog is very nice.
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Choisissez le déterminant possessif approprié pour compléter le texte.

Exemple : I’m sure you’ll do your / my best.

“Let me show you new job. You’ll have to take notes and listen to Jane. advice will help you adapt to new environment. company is making great efforts to make employees’ lives easier. kids are even looked after on Saturdays.”
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Complétez le texte avec des pronoms possessifs.

Exemple : Whose shirt is that? I have no idea, it’s not mine!
“Whose book is it? It’s not 1. and I’ve had enough of picking up stuff. This house is not all 2., it’s 3., the family’s! My bedroom is tidy unlike Lina’s. 4. is in a real mess. Noah’s isn’t better, I think 5. is even worse! I found the twins’ socks under the table, so I have 6. now. Only 7. are still missing, can’t you remember where you put them?”
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La possession : complétez les formes selon l’exemple suivant.

Exemple : I like your brand new shoes! Did you buy them at the new store?

“Look what I bought! I love 1. new bag! 2. size is just perfect, it’s neither too big nor too small. It’s larger than Sarah 3. though. Moreover 4. colour is different from 5.. I know you prefer the dark blue ones. Indeed 6. bag is darker than 7..”
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Comment liriez-vous ces nombres ? Écrivez-les en toutes lettres.

Exemple : 3,287,263 → three million two hundred and eighty-seven thousand two hundred and sixty-three.
1. 600,850 →

2. 1,324,171,354 →

3. 40,284 →

4. 1,721 →

5. 90,364,738 →
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Ecrivez en toutes lettres les expressions chiffrées suivantes.

Exemple : ¾ inch → three quarters of an inch
1. 1.5 mi →

2. ⅘ cup →

3. 1/10 scale →

4. 200 5th Ave →

5. Open 24/7 →
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8 - Les préfixes, suffixes, pronoms et prépositions

Ajoutez un préfixe pour former le contraire des mots suivants.

Exemple : mortal ≠ immortal
1. Legal ≠
2. Satisfied ≠
3. Known ≠
4. Even ≠
5. Logical ≠
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Choisissez un suffixe pour chaque mot, puis traduisez ce mot composé.

Exemple : handful= poignée
1. Wonder =
2. Home =
3. Sick =
4. Brother =
5. Free =
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Composez des mots nouveaux en ajoutant un préfixe (dis-, un-) et un suffixe (-ly, -ful, -able) puis traduisez.

Exemple : un-comfort-ableinconfortable

1. faith
2. believ
3. like
4. respect
5. bear
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Complétez les phrases suivantes avec des pronoms personnels sujets.

Exemple : My brother lives in London. He invited me there.
Next year think ‘ll go to England with a couple of friends to visit my brother. ‘ll visit all the famous monuments of London together. should go with us. ‘ll be fun. Your parents shouldn’t worry if have a messenger app. Your mum will have news every day and won’t worry herself sick.
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Complétez les phrases suivantes avec un pronom personnel complément.

Exemple : My niece doesn’t feel well. I’m going to take her to the hospital.
1. “Listen to when I’m talking to !” I said.
2. You made a mistake, there’s no point denying .
3. Though I’m not certain my friends will come to my party, I’d like to!
4. We had such a good time when they partied with last summer.
5. I like your brother very much. I think I have a crush on .
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Allégez les phrases suivantes en remplaçant les expressions soulignées par des pronoms.

Exemple : I read that book in one day. → I read it in one day.

1. That boy used to like my sister a lot.

2. You and I could go to the cinema and watch the latest blockbusters.

3. The pupils sometimes listen to their teacher.

4. The weather is very nice. Let’s go for a walk.

5. My wife works too much, she needs holidays.
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Ajoutez des pronoms réfléchis dans les phrases suivantes.

Exemple : The wizard is looking at himself in the mirror.

1. “Let me take a selfie” means I’m going to take a picture of .
2. “Look at ! You really need a haircut!”
3. When she works, she always talks to .
4. My wife and I dislike ready-made food, we’d rather cook .
5. DIY means “do-it- .”
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Each other ou one another?

Exemple : They can’t stop talking to each other on that messenger app.

1. The speaking examiner told both candidates to speak to .
2. The twins and I are a good team, we help .
3. The two accomplices are looking at .
4. Football players should be more respectful to .
5. You can really see those two love .
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Quels sont les contraires de ces prépositions ?

Exemple : with ≠ without

1. in ≠
2. up ≠
3. back ≠
4. on (top of) ≠
5. off ≠
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Complétez avec les prépositions de lieu qui conviennent

Exemple : The main course comes between the starter and the dessert.
1. I need all those ingredients for my recipe. Put them the table, please.
2. Can you grab the dish the cupboard?
3. The ladle isn’t far from the bowl, it’s just it.
4. We’ll lay the vegetables the fish so they’ll be hidden.
5. I can’t turn and take that knife that is me. Can you do it for me, please?
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Ajoutez les prépositions qui conviennent dans le texte suivant.

Exemple : Let’s have a look around the British Museum!

First, good news! You get 1. for free! Then, you should stop 2. the information desk and grab a map or 3. least take a picture of it! Their collection is so vast you’ll have to pick 4. a few things you really want to have a look 5. . Go 6. to the upper floor to see the Egyptian mummies 7. example.
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Complétez le texte avec this, these, that ou those.

Exemple : “Now this is my surprise to you!”
“Open the envelope. 1. tickets are for you and Josh. I hope you’ll enjoy 2. trip. I know you’ve always wished to see 3. waterfalls. I thought Josh would also enjoy 4. activity I booked online. 5. is snowboarding. And don’t forget to send me pics of 6. pancakes with maple syrup you’ll gobble up!”
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Les majuscules ont été oubliées ! À vous de les remettre.

Exemple : in july i spent unforgettable holidays in rome → In July I spent unforgettable holidays in Rome.

1. the british flag is called the union jack.

2. i’d like to be a c.e.o. later and work in the u.s.

3. san francisco is famous for its bridge the golden gate.

4. what if you don’t make it in hollywood?

5. the lion king is my favourite musical.
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