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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. she like going swimming?
2. Where you going when I met you last Saturday?
3. She enjoy reading much.
4. She been walking for more than 1 hour.
5. I never tasted Indian food.
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Choisissez la forme qui convient.

1. Yes, Sheila the piano every Wednesday and she yoga every morning.
2. John and Michael usually hiking at week-ends.
3. Juliet in London but she there. She in St Albans.
4. They usually 15 books every year. I this not much.
5. Hmmm… Do I eating Japanese food?
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Conjuguez les verbes entre parenthèses au présent be + V-ing. Puis indiquez leur valeur : A: une action en cours, B : une action prévue, C : commentaire de l’énonciateur

1. I am so excited. Tomorrow I (leave) for NYC!

2. Currently, I (read) Dracula and I think this is a masterpiece.

3. What she (do)? We (go) to be late at the meeting! Don’t worry! She (finish) to make herself up.

4. Whatever the problems she meets, she never (complain).

5. What have you planned to do this week-end? I (leave) tonight for Rome!
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Ecrivez la biographie de Gandhi en conjuguant les verbes au préterit simple.

Birth on October 2nd, 1869 in Porbandar, India.
Marriage with Kasturba Makhanji in 1883.
Have 4 children.
Studies in England.
Become a lawyer.
Worship tolerance, respect, truth, non-violence and vegetarianism.
1930: organize the Salt March-Fight for the Independence of India.
Imprison several times.
Murder on January 30th, 1948 in Delhi by an extremist.
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Complétez les phrases en conjuguant les verbes suivants au present perfect (simple).


1. You can’t use your phone for the moment. I (not) it yet.
2. My sister in Oxford since 2008. She loves the city.
3. Thanks to awareness campaigns, people to develop ecological awareness.
4. Lisa ever meditation? It’s very relaxing and good for health.
5. I always of spiders.
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Traduisez les phrases suivantes en veillant à utiliser le past perfect quand cela est nécessaire.

1. L’an dernier, je suis retournée à Madrid où j’avais admiré Guernica il y a 10 ans.

2. Je n’avais jamais mangé de pierogi avant d’aller en Pologne.

3. Quand ils sont arrivés au cinéma, le film avait déjà commencé.

4. Ce matin, John a dit qu’il avait oublié son devoir à la maison.

5. Nous ne nous étions pas vus depuis des années quand nous sommes tombés amoureux.
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Conjuguez les verbes entre parenthèses au présent simple ou au présent continu (be + V-ing).

1. I usually (get up) at 6.30 am but tomorrow I (leave) home at 9 am so I don’t have to wake up early.
2. Usually, I (not/read) but now I (read) this book because I have nothing else to do!
3. I (hate) this teacher because she always (do) surprise tests!
4. John (open) the door, (come) in the living-room and (look) at his wife who (eat) a bar of chocolate.
5. You can switch off the TV. These singers (not sing) well and no one (listen) to them.
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Conjuguez les verbes entre parenthèses au prétérit simple ou au prétérit be + V-ing.

1. Peter (listen) to the radio when he (hear) a strange noise.
2. What she (do) last Friday at 2 pm?
3. she (walk) her dog in the park?
4. No! She (be) with her boyfriend. They (watch) a film at the cinema.
5. Leo and Miranda (work) on their presentation about King Henry VIII when a storm (break) out.
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Choisissez entre le present perfect et le past perfect.

1. I them for 2 years now. Before I moved here, I never met such nice neighbors.
2. Before I went to the lecture, I the book.
3. My sister and I in the USA for 5 years before we moved back to Europe.
4. Lucy and Mary are the best friends of the world. They each other for more than 15 years!
5. Wow! It’s the first time I tree-climbing.
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Conjuguez les verbes entre parenthèses au temps du passé qui convient.

The Trunchbull, this mighty female giant, 1. (stand) there in her green breeches, quivering like a blancmange. She 2. (be) especially furious that someone 3. (succeed) in making her jump and yell like that because she 4. (pride) herself on her toughness. She 5. (stare) at the creature twisting and wriggling in the glass. Curiously enough, she 6. (never see) a newt before. Natural history 7. (not be) not her strong point. She 8. (have not) the faintest idea what this thing was. It certainly 9. (look) extremely unpleasant. Slowly she 10. (sit) down again in her chair. She 11. (look) at this moment more terrifying than ever before. The fires of fury and hatred 12. (smoulder) in her small black eyes.

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

1. Oh my God! Look how you (grow up)!
2. I (already visit) Berlin but I (never visit) Munich.
3. I (want) to know if she (want) to go to the cinema with us. So I (text) her two minutes ago.
4. Look ! My neighbor (buy) a brand new car. He (buy) it last week.
5. Michael (live) in the USA since 2013.
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Choisissez la bonne réponse parmi les propositions.

1. She eating meat for 3 years.
2. Kevin a lot since he met Jenny.
3. What are they doing? They .
4. They usually going hiking in the week-ends.
5. I am so tired! I my lessons for hours.
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2 - Les constructions verbales

Selon le contexte, exprimez l'habitude passée ou l’habitude au présent.

Exemple : When I lived in London, I used to go to the cinema once a week. (habitude passée) Now that I have children, I am used to cooking. (habitude au présent)

1. As a child, Adam (visit) his grandmother.

2. My children love vegetables; that’s because they (eat) them.

3. I (go) to the cinema every Saturday, but now, I don’t have time anymore.

4. When she was a teenager, Marianne (spend) the summer holiday in Australia.

5. I don’t like black tea; I (drink) green tea.
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Répondez aux questions en utilisant une forme emphatique.

Exemple : ‘You didn’t go to the cinema yesterday, did you?’ → ‘Oh yes, I did.’

1. ‘Don’t tell me he didn’t buy bread for dinner!’

2. ‘Are you French?’

3. ‘Is that true that you left England to go to the USA?’

4. ‘You haven’t seen Linda yet, have you?’

5. ‘Do they own a new car?’
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Mettez les phrases suivantes au futur en veillant à choisir la forme appropriée.

Exemple : I have a secret that I will not tell you.

1. If you don’t stop chatting, I punish you.
2. I an English test tomorrow.
3. ‘Somebody is knocking at the door.’ ‘Don’t move; I open it.’
4. Lina is packing her bags. She to London this afternoon.
5. My parents be furious when they see my bad marks
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Choisissez entre for, since ou ago.

Exemple : He has been a teacher since 2008.

1. There was an economic crisis a few years .
2. I am staying here three days.
3. They have been sick their arrival.
4. He left London five years .
5. I’ve been waiting ages!
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Les phrases suivantes sont au passif : remettez-les dans l’ordre.

Exemple : assassinated / 1968 / Martin Luther King / was / in → Martin Luther King was assassinated in 1968.

  • repaired
  • was
  • television
  • by
  • neighbour
  • my
  • the

  • work
  • was
  • made
  • very
  • he
  • to
  • hard

  • the
  • boss
  • sent
  • yesterday
  • was
  • an
  • email
  • by

  • Rosa Parks
  • wrongly
  • imprisoned
  • was

  • he
  • has
  • surprised
  • very
  • been
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Les phrases suivantes sont au passif. Traduisez-les.

Exemple : Ils ont été filmés à leur insu. → They were filmed without their consent.

1. Cette vidéo a été vue des milliers de fois.

2. La lettre a été postée il y a deux jours.

3. Cet exercice a déjà été fait.

4. Elle a été félicitée pour sa résultats scolaires.

5. Nous avons été bien accueillis à l'hôtel.
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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. Je me suis soudainement arrêté pour voir ce qu’il se passait.

2. Fais attention et évite de dépenser tant d’argent !

3. Aimes-tu nager ?

4. Voulez-vous que je répète quoi que ce soit ?

5. Je t’ai demandé de faire tes devoirs.
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Traduisez les phrases suivantes en prêtant attention à la forme du deuxième verbe (infinitif ou -ing ?).

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

1. Mon père m’a laissé jouer au football.

2. Je ne supporte pas de l’écouter.

3. Evitez de faire du bruit !

4. Je l’ai vu courir au parc.

5. Envisages-tu de voyager cet été ?
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Choisissez entre les deux particules proposées.

Exemple : I am a baby-sitter; I look after children.

1. The plane is about to .
2. Let’s a story.
3. I decided not to buy the boots, so I put them .
4. I came a very interesting novel.
5. Go talk to them; I am sure you will all soon get .
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Complétez ces phrases en choisissant le verbe à particule adéquat.

1. Smoking is unhealthy; you should really .
2. I lost my glasses. Could you please help me them?
3. a child is not easy.
4. the music! It’s too loud!
5. Let’s some chestnuts in the forest!
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Traduisez les phrases suivantes en veillant à la concordance des temps.

Exemple : Si j’étais toi, j’appellerais mes parents à l’aide. → If I were you, I would call my parents for help.

1. Si tu vas au cinéma demain, je viendrai avec toi.

2. Si j’étais riche, je ferais le tour du monde.

3. Si je perds mon téléphone, j’en achèterai un autre.

4. Si tu avais été moins timide, ton oral aurait été meilleur.

5. S’il pleut, nous rentrerons rapidement à la maison.
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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. My parents are sorry that I am bad at physics.

2. It is a pity that I cannot participate in the project.

3. She isn’t in Paris; what a shame!

4. I don’t know how to cook and I regret that.

5. I regret I quit my job.
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Transformez les phrases suivantes en utilisant un impératif.

Exemple : I want you to stop drinking → Stop drinking!

1. You need to do some sport.

2. I’m asking you to try your best.

3. I don’t want you to be in such a bad mood.

4. You have to be more patient.

5. He must go to the post office.
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3 - Les modaux et expressions modales

Indiquez la modalité exprimée dans chaque phrase.

Exemple : I will not go to this party! → volonté
1. You should ask me before you act.
2. Things may change, who knows.
3. Our children will work longer in the future.
4. They had to come home earlier.
5. He couldn’t open the door which was blocked.
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Traduisez les phrases suivantes en utilisant le modal approprié.

Exemple : Je t’aiderais si je pouvais. → I would help you if I could.

1. Il se peut qu’ils gagnent le match.

2. Puis-je vous demander de m’aider ?

3. Il avait pour habitude de prendre le bus tous les jours.

4. Vous devriez prendre des notes.

5. Anna, peux-tu arrêter de poser des questions, s’il te plait ?
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Capacité, incapacité, permission ou probabilité ? Traduisez les phrases suivantes et précisez la modalité exprimée.

Exemple : You could pass your exam if you worked more. → Tu réussirais ton examen si tu travaillais davantage. → capacité hypothétique

1. Can you see me? I’m behind John.

2. They could read for hours before getting bored.

3. I can’t stand this music! Turn the volume down!

4. She could have found the code before the others.

5. Can I use my laptop in the library?
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Obligation, interdiction ou conseil ? Complétez les phrases suivantes avec must(n’t), had to ou should(n’t).

Exemple : You should try this recipe, it’s delicious!

1. When I was a child, I study Latin and Art.
2. It’s a secret, you reveal it to anyone!
3. He tell them what happened if he wants to be honest.
4.They report the incident to their boss. They have no other choice.
5. We Take advantage of the situation, it’s unfair.
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Traduisez les phrases suivantes en exprimant une prédiction future (will / won’t), une habitude passée ou le conditionnel (would).

Exemple : Je te le dirais si je pouvais. → I would tell you if I could.

1. Je rendais visite à mes grands-parents tous les jours quand j’étais enfant.

2. Il partira avant Noël.

3. Nous ne voyagerons pas en europe l’année prochaine.

4. Tu gagnerais plus souvent si tu t’entraînais régulièrement.

5. Ils prenaient le train quand ils étaient à Chicago.
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Reformulez les phrases avec might, may ou must.

Exemple : The teacher said we will possibly have penfriends this year but he’s not sure yet. → The teacher said we may have penfriends this year

1. I can’t find my book. I’m pretty sure that I left it in class.

2. She’s not back yet. Maybe she stayed on holiday.

3. They say he will bring his pet but I really doubt it.

4. Is it ok if I do my presentation tomorrow?

5. I’m almost sure that he’s watching a film.
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Vos parents vous laissent la maison ce week-end. Imaginez leurs recommandations en utilisant soit must soit needn’t.

Exemple : take the rubbish out on Saturday morning → You must take the rubbish out on Saturday morning.

1. Water the flowers, it’s done on Wednesdays.

2. Do the washing-up everyday, it’s important.

3. Stop listening to loud music after 10pm.

4. Stress if there is a problem. Just have a good time and we sort it out when we come back.

5. Pay for extra shopping if you invite friends.
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A quel point est-ce possible ? Choisissez le bon degré de probabilité.

Exemple : I (will / may) learn Chinese before I visit the country. It’s important.

1. They spend their winter holidays in the Alps but I doubt it because they can’t ski very well.
2. He’s late, how strange! He have had an accident.
3. I think it's Mark’s mother but I’m not sure. She also be Ben’s aunt.
4. Andrew is a very bad learner driver. He fail his driving test.
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Traduisez les phrases suivantes en utilisant un modal.

Exemple : Restons à la maison. Il se peut qu’il pleuve. → Let’s stay home. It may rain.

1. Il a changé d’avis. Il ne viendra pas.

2. J’achèterais un nouveau vélo si je pouvais me le permettre.

3. Il y a de fortes chances qu’ils soient énervés à cause d’hier.

4. Je pourrais choisir cette option mais ça n’est pas la meilleure.

5.. Il se pourrait que nous ayons eu les mauvaises informations.
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Vos grands-parents vous parlent des règles quand ils étaient adolescents. Faites des phrases au passé.

Exemple : must walk all the time → We had to walk all the time.

1. can watch TV or play video games - not created yet

2. must do more domestic chores

3. can’t travel everywhere - too expensive

4. must use a map because because GPS didn’t exist

5. can’t text a friend or send an email
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Complétez le paragraphe suivant à l’aide de modaux ou d’expressions équivalentes.

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Un ami vous demande conseil pour être élu délégué de classe. Ecrivez vos recommandations en utilisant ought to ou needn’t.

Exemple : tell the truth → You ought to tell the truth.

1. convince the teachers - only the classmates

2. find original and useful ideas for your program

3. become exemplary

4. buy the class snacks and drinks - it’s useless
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Listez les règles à suivre pendant un voyage scolaire en utilisant can, must, mustn’t, be allowed to chacun une seule fois dans l’exercice.

Exemple : bring pocket money for personal expenses. (obligation) → You have to bring pocket money for your personal expenses.

1. take photos with your phones

2. drink alcohol even if you’re of age

3. be back to the hotel before 10pm

4. use social networks before 8am and after 6pm
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4 - Les propositons et les discours direct / indirect

Retrouvez ce que les personnes ont dit en transposant ces phrases au style direct. Attention à la concordance des temps.

1. She told me that the day before, she had watched Taxi Driver and she loved it.

2. John said he was ill. So he warned me he couldn’t come with us to the movies.

3. The inspector asked her what she had been doing at 2.30 am.

4. He informed me Marcus had been missing for 2 days.

5. Julia wondered if the test was the following day.
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Complétez les phrases suivantes avec les mots exclamatifs qui conviennent.

1. Last year, I met Lady Gaga in Los Angeles. She is an open-minded person. I love her music. original it is!
2. “Yum ! This hamburger is tasty!” “I agree with you but fat it is!”
3. a lovely day I’ve just had! I went to the beach and the water was warm!
4. beautiful Krakow was! During my holidays, I was amazed by this Polish city!
5. My mother is a good cook. She always makes delicious meals.
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Réécrivez ces phrases en les découpant correctement et en utilisant la ponctuation qui convient.

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A Study In Scarlet, Arthur Conan Doyle, 1887.
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Remettez les phrases suivantes dans l’ordre.

  • she
  • for
  • was
  • Christmas
  • touching
  • wrote
  • me
  • very
  • letter
  • the

  • ?
  • ever
  • been
  • to
  • New
  • Zealand
  • you
  • have

  • with
  • was
  • years
  • playing
  • sister
  • loved
  • my
  • I
  • kid
  • when
  • 12
  • badminton
  • old
  • I

  • if
  • ever
  • I
  • The Walking Dead
  • Laura
  • wonder
  • has
  • watched

  • delicious
  • this
  • who
  • made
  • chocolate
  • cake
  • this
  • Kate
  • is
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Choisissez le verbe qui convient. Puis écrivez la phrase en utilisant une proposition infinitive comme dans l’exemple ci-dessous. advise- offer- encourage- recommend-want

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

1. “You should try Indian food, it’s so tasty!” → I was...

2. “Don’t be noisy in Danish trains!” → We were...

3. “You need to show me your ID card in case you buy alcohol.” (to me) → The seller ...

4. “We can go to the cinema together if you want.” (to Nick) → I...

5. “Learning Russian is difficult.” → John...
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Traduisez les phrases suivantes en prêtant attention aux propositions infinitives.

1. Je te recommande de visiter le château Windsor si tu vas en Angleterre.

2. Je ne m’attendais pas à ce que le concert soit bien !

3. Mon professeur de mathématiques veut que je fasse plus d’exercices pour progresser.

4. John nous a encouragés à regarder cette série.

5. À Rome, il est interdit de manger dans la rue.
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Remplacez because par des équivalents (as, since, owing to, for + V-ing ou due to). Il sera parfois nécessaire de reformuler les phrases.

1. Because I didn’t watch all the episodes, I didn’t understand the end.

2. Eva was arrested by the police because she stole candies in a shop.

3. Because of the storm, millions of houses were destroyed.

4. Because of the global warming, temperatures heat up.

5. I was so happy because I helped a blind woman to cross the street.
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Traduisez les phrases suivantes qui expriment toutes le but. Plusieurs propositions sont possibles.

1. Je mets de l’argent de côté pour pouvoir partir en vacances.

2. Afin de préserver l’environnement, John utilise les transports en commun.

3. Je fais du sport pour être en bonne santé.

4. Michael vient samedi pour t’aider à déménager.

5. Hier, j’ai fini mes exercices pour être libre ce week-end.
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Complétez les phrases avec whereas / while, although, however, and yet ou despite/in spite of.

1. We watched the film it was boring.
2. Liz enjoys going skiing her sister prefers going snowboarding.
3. Nick is completely oblivious. He goes on training his injuries.
4. I finish working at 7.00 pm. I will come with you to the cinema.
5. Yesterday it snowed I went walking.
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Complétez les phrases suivantes en utilisant la conjonction appropriée.

1. I didn’t speak Spanish fluently I moved to Spain.
2. To go to the piazza, you need to walk 2 minutes you reach the supermarket. Then turn left.
3. Mike was walking back home it started raining.
4. I will go back to the gym I feel better.
5. Maeva is such a kind person. She told me I could stay at home I wanted.
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Traduisez les phrases suivantes en choisissant la conjonction appropriée.

1. Je téléphonerai à Maeva dès que je rentrerai à la maison.

2. Je prendrai une année sabbatique (gap year) quand je serai diplômé (graduate).

3. La juge à la Cour Suprême (Supreme Court Justice). Ruth Bader Ginsburg a dit “tant que je peux faire mon travail à fond (full steam), je le ferai”.

4. Je me demande quand les gens comprendront que le réchauffement climatique est un vrai problème (issue).

5. Je rencontre souvent Lydia alors que je fais mon jogging.
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Complétez les phrases avec la conjonction qui convient.

1. I can relax, I am ready to go anywhere.
2. You can’t open the door you have the key.
3. you like vegetables or not, you must accept they are good for health.
4. My parents allowed me to go to the party I don’t drink alcohol.
5. I am fond of junk food, I try to eat it just once a week.
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5 - Les questions, réponses et les propositions relatives

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

Exemple : you / watch / did / last / TV / night → Did you watch TV last night?
  • ?
  • are
  • working
  • they
  • late
  • tonight

  • ?
  • every
  • she
  • the cooking
  • does
  • evening
  • do

  • have
  • tried
  • ever
  • bungee-jumping
  • ?
  • you

  • will
  • tell
  • what
  • you
  • happened
  • them
  • ?

  • the results
  • they
  • were
  • ?
  • after
  • disappointed
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Choisissez le mot interrogatif approprié.

Exemple : (How much/ Why) are you late? There was a lot of traffic.

1. is your campus? About 2km.

2. were you doing when she arrived? Sleeping.

3. did they decide for their future studies? A month ago.

4. have you refused their offer? I’m not interested.

5. people attended the party yesterday? About 50.
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Posez les questions correspondant aux éléments de réponse soulignés.

Exemple : I went hiking with Emily and Mike.
Who did you go hiking with last Sunday?
With whom did you go hiking last Sunday?

1. I’m listening to Jain’s last album.

2. This building was 500 years old when they demolished it.

3. He has been away for a week now.

4. I’m a little stressed since it’s my first contest.

5. Lucy helped me solve this problem.
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Choisissez entre pronom relatif objet (whom) ou pronom relatif possessif (whose).

Exemple : Mrs Wood, (whose / whom) husband is the Mayor, is very active in our school.

1. Here are the Beltons sons joined the army 2 years ago.
2. She is the one on everything depends.
3. We work with the people thanks to it all started.
4. I have a sister best friend is a local celebrity!
5. Just ignore the group because of you got detention! The truth will come out eventually!
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Formez des questions avec le mot interrogatif approprié quand cela est nécessaire et en conjuguant le verbe entre parenthèses.

Exemple : (Jake / meet) Sally at the music festival? Yes, he did.
→ Did Jake meet Sally at the music festival? Yes, he did.

1. (you / wake up) this morning? At 10 am.

2. (she / drive) when we passed her? To the dentist’s.

3. (they / settle) in Florida when he’s retired? No, I doubt it.

4. (he / have / followers) on social networks?Thousands!

5. (you / ever / be) part of a school play? Never, sadly.
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Traduisez les questions suivantes

Exemple : Qui a écrit Roméo et Juliette ? → Who wrote Romeo and Juliet?

1. Est-ce que ses (à elle) enfants ont un travail intéressant ?

2. Depuis combien de temps vivent-ils ici ?

3. Pourquoi ne m’appelle-t-elle jamais pour mon anniversaire ?

4. Serons-nous capable de vivre sur une autre planète un jour ?

5. Quand avez-vous appris la nouvelle ?
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Complétez la fin de chaque réponse courte.

Exemple : Has she fixed it herself? Yes, she has.

1. Is there any ticket left for the concert? No, 
2. Will I have to answer the questions all at once? Yes, 
3. Can we take pictures during the visit? No, 
4. Does he usually commute by train? Yes, 
5. Had they started working before you arrived? No, 
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Complétez les phrases suivantes avec le tag qui correspond.

Exemple : You can’t drive, can you?

1. She fancies him, ?
2. You won’t give up, ?
3. We are in trouble, ?
4. They haven’t complained yet, ?
5. You would do it if I asked, ?
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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 would like a robot. This robot would do all my chores at home. → I would like a robot which would do all my chores at home.

1. I have been in love with a person. He / She has never noticed it.

2. My step-mother writes books. They are usually very much appreciated.

3. He will bring his electronic device. He received it for his birthday.

4. Bring the letters to the friendly couple. They live next door.

5. Choose a penfriend. He / She has the same interests as you.
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Complétez les phrases avec le bon pronom relatif objet. Plusieurs réponses sont possibles dans certains cas.

Exemple : The team ø / that I supported won the championship! I’m so thrilled!

1. She’s the girl we helped find her way.
2. What’s the name of the book you were reading the other day?
3. Please read the file I just emailed you.
4. I’m joining people I recently met at a friend’s party.
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Traduisez les phrases suivantes.

Exemple : Je déjeune avec le collègue avec qui j’ai travaillé l’an passé. → I’m having lunch with the colleague with whom I worked last year.

1. Quel est le pays dans lequel tu as étudié ?

2. Ben est celui avec qui je m’entends le mieux.

3. Le joueur sur lequel tout le monde compte s’est blessé.

4. Attention, la chaise sur laquelle tu es assis est cassée.

5. Ce virus dont il s’est difficilement remis (to hardly get over) est très sérieux.
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Choisissez le bon pronom relatif.

Exemple : I met a girl (which / who) goes to the same school as me.

1. You have to taste the cake I have just baked.
2. I phoned my friend brother will help us.
3. Can you get me the file is on my desk over there, please?
4. Give me the name of the person did that!
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Ajoutez la ponctuation au texte suivant (5 phrases avec : , . ! ? … ).

Well ok here is my point this situation is totally unacceptable first you have to stop immediately then you should ask yourself different questions is this what you really want I doubt it
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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. Let me go out; I need to get some fresh air.
Dénombrables : Indénombrables :
2. She has blue eyes and black hair.
Dénombrables : Indénombrables :
3. To make some good pancakes, you will need eggs and flour.
Dénombrables : Indénombrables :
4. You have to do more research to understand the topic.
Dénombrables : Indénombrables :
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Mettez les phrases suivantes au pluriel.

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

1. Your scarf is so nice.

2. The sheep is running away.

3. I prefer to have a cherry rather than a peach.

4. This potato is rotten; we cannot eat it.

5. The economic crisis has a serious impact.
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Mettez les phrases suivantes dans l’ordre en veillant à la place des adjectifs.

Exemple : wearing / a / coat / leather / is / he / nice → He is wearing a nice leather coat.
  • woolen
  • like
  • pullover
  • blue
  • this
  • I

  • wooden
  • brown
  • bought
  • chair
  • a
  • Sophia

  • blonde
  • has
  • curly
  • long
  • beautiful
  • hair
  • she

  • a
  • cotton
  • I
  • white
  • tee-shirt
  • want

  • a
  • got
  • wonderful
  • I
  • bag
  • burgundy
  • leather
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Adjectif en -ed ou en -ing ? Choisissez.

Exemple : I feel so tired / tiring.

1. My day was very .
2. The restaurant was .
3. The computer has been repaired; I am so .
4. The situation is really .
5. I don’t like public speaking; it is .
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Article the ou article zéro (Ø) ? Choisissez l’article approprié.

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

1. computer I have doesn’t work very well.
2. This is dog’s meal.
3. I like nature.
4. boys will be boys.
5. My friend adopted cat.
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A, an ou article zéro (Ø) ? Complétez les espaces vides.

Exemple : I went to see a film yesterday.

1. people are very friendly in London.
2. fruit is good for you.
3. My father is lawyer.
4. apple day keeps the doctor away.
5. It’s raining; I need umbrella.
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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. Le livre que tu m’as acheté est super !

2. Il est allé voir un film avec un ami.

3. Eteignez votre téléphone au CDI car c’est un lieu d’étude.

4. J’attends les vacances avec grande impatience !

5. Le téléphone est cassé.
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The, article zéro (Ø), a ou an ? Choisissez.

Exemple : I want to go to Ø university.

1. This is wonderful dress.
2. What amazing show!
3. cats are cute animals.
4. city is so peaceful.
5. She is teacher; she teaches mathematics.
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Some ou any ? Complétez les phrases suivantes en utilisant le quantifieur approprié.

Exemple : Do you have any problems with the exercise ?

1. May I have bread, please?
2. Do you have questions so far?
3. I don’t know doctor in this village.
4. Put sugar in your coffee.
5. I borrowed books for the holidays.
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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. I have so things to tell you!
2. I need money to start my company.
3. How time do you need to finish the exercise?
4. She has so animals.
5. He didn’t give me advice to help me.
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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. Let’s buy vegetables.
2. ‘Would you like some tea?’ ‘Yes, please; just
3. did I know that he was a liar!
4. ‘Do you have any friends?’ ‘Just '
5. Not a lot, but people came to the party.
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no, none ou not any ? Choisissez le quantifieur approprié et complétez les espaces vides.

Exemple : There is no milk left in the fridge.

1. of them went to see that film.
2. ‘Do you have a boyfriend?’ ‘It’s of your business!’
3. I have pens at all.
4. There are biscuits in the packet.
5. I can see reason why you’re crying.
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Vous expliquez la recette des cookies à votre ami(e). Utilisez les quantifieurs appropriés.

Exemple : Use some flour.

1. You will need sugar, but just .
2. You have to buy chocolate chips.
3. You will need eggs, except one.
4. You will need butter too.
5. You will have to wait just time for the cookies to get ready!
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7 - Les comparatifs, le superlatif et la possession

Comparez les éléments soulignés.

Exemple : My bag is heavier than yours. (heavy, +)

1. Which city is from France, London or Glasgow? (far, +)
2. Football players are now actors. (famous, =)
3. An interactive whiteboard is a blackboard. (handy, +)
4. My high school isn’t my cousin’s. (big, =)
5. My favourite band is that pop singer. (popular, -)
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Mettez les phrases suivantes au comparatif de supériorité (+), d’infériorité (-) ou d’égalité (=).

Exemple : My aunt is as generous as my parents. (generous, =)

1. If you go to the gym every two days, you’ll feel (tired, -)
2. I think Mr Bean is Charlie Chaplin. (funny, +)
3. My friend isn’t he seems to be. (confident, =)
4. Riding the bus is buying a car and paying for the insurance. (expensive, -)
5. My new neighbours are what I expected. (nice, +)
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Complétez les phrases selon l’exemple suivant.

Exemple : The more you participate in class, the faster time will pass. (fast / pass)

1. The more you go to the gym, the (fit)
2. The more you eat junk food, the (fat)
3. The more you read, the (knowledgeable)
4. The more you travel, the (open-minded)
5. The sooner you quit smoking, the (easy)
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Mettez l’adjectif entre parenthèses au superlatif.

Exemple : He won the match, he was the best. (good)

1. This is house in the city. (narrow)
2. He is player I’ve ever seen so far. (bad)
3. My mum cooks pasta in the world. (delicious)
4. I loved that movie! It was movie I had ever seen. (amazing)
5. actors star in that movie. That is why it’s so good. (talented)
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Mettez les phrases suivantes au comparatif ou au superlatif.

Exemple : With its variety of landscape and wildlife, Australia is more exotic than New Zealand. (exotic)

Australia is 1. (big) New Zealand. Moreover it’s 2. (dangerous) because in Australia snakes and spiders are among 3. (poisonous) in the world. So New Zealand is 4. (safe) to travel to and it’s 5. (incredible) country to visit if you’re a Tolkien fan!
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Complétez chaque définition en choisissant le mot composé qui convient dans la liste suivante.

  • chairman
  • newborn
  • toothpaste
  • care home
  • wheelchair

Exemple : It is useful to copy your lessons. → a copybook

1. a very young child →

2. a useful device for the disabled →

3. a place for the elderly →

4. It comes in a tube. →

5. the person at the head of a company →
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A partir des définitions données, remettez les lettres dans l’ordre pour trouver un mot composé.

Exemple : It’s the teenagers’ favourite device. (onsthpream) → smartphone

1. She / he looks after children. (itbtearbys)
2. You need one to surf when the water is cold. (itewust)
3. They serve passengers on an aircraft. (htfilg ntnedtata)
4. It is a container to infuse tea. (taopet)
5. It covers and protects the table. (ltbhaeochtl)
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Comment écririez-vous en toutes lettres les nombres soulignés dans le texte ?

Exemple : The Chinese coastline is 9,010 miles long. → nine thousand and ten

China is fascinating. It had a population of about 1,403,500,365 people in 2016. It’s gross domestic product (GDP) is estimated at $25.832 billion. Chinese has up to 56,000 characters. Last but not least 80 factories produce the world’s zips with 124,000 miles of zips each year!

1. 1,403,500,365 →
2. 2016 →
3. $25,832 billion →
4. 56,000 →
5. 124,000 →
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Je suis un monument célèbre. Ecrivez les nombres en toutes lettres, puis devinez qui je suis.

Exemple : I’m 1063 feet tall. → one thousand and sixty-three

1. I have 2,690,750 feet square of painted surface.
2. I have 1,665 steps.
3. I have 18,038 metal parts.
4. I have 2,500,000 rivets.
5. I weigh 11,133 tons whereas Keops pyramid weighs 6,338,225 tons, so I’m quite slim!

Who am I?
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‘s ou s’ ? Traduisez les groupes nominaux suivants.

Exemple : le chien de Julia → Julia’s dog.

1. la voiture des Richmonds =
2. les chats de M. Snow =
3. les livres des étudiants =
4. le bureau du proviseur =
5. la tablette de Mme Williams =
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Complétez le dialogue suivant avec des pronoms possessifs.

Exemple : “For my trip, mum made me sandwiches. Her sandwiches are very tasty.”
- Are you ready for tomorrow?
- Yes, I think so. 1. backpack is here.
- Did you pack 2. sunglasses and sunscreen? The teachers said they were really necessary in Malta.
- I did. You know I always listen to 3. advice.
-4. dad and I will drive you to school for the departure if 5. car is fixed.
- The mechanic was quite positive, wasn’t he?
- Well, judging by 6. face, I guess it should be all right.
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Remplacez l’élément souligné par un pronom possessif.

Exemple : I left my jacket in the locker. → mine

1. That’s my brother’s phone. →
2. They’re parking their car on the pavement even if it’s forbidden. →
3. This is your bag, not my bag even though they look alike. →
4. I found her ring on the hand basin. →
5. We bought our paddle boards so we don’t need to rent any. →
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Exprimez la possession dans les phrases suivantes.

Exemple : My roommate’s laptop broke down and my PC has a virus. Can I borrow yours to type my assignment?

1. Dave, a friend of always thinks ideas are the best! He gets on nerves!
2. - I’m looking for scarf, isn’t it in closet? - No, sorry. I can’t see it in . Check in Sheryl !”
3. They live in such a remote place. way of thinking is quite different from .
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8 - Les préfixes, suffixes, pronoms et prépositions

Complétez les définitions en ajoutant un préfixe aux adjectifs.

Exemple : Something that isn’t pleasant is unpleasant.

1. Something that isn’t fair is .
2. Someone who isn’t loyal is .
3. Something that isn’t expensive is .
4. Someone who isn’t reliable is .
5. Somewhere that isn’t safe is .
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Ajoutez un suffixe aux mots entre parenthèses.

Exemple : I had a good time yesterday, it was such an … (enjoy) moment. → enjoyable

The movie was such a good 1. (entertain). Everyone was 2. (merry) eating popcorn and 3. (hearty) laughing in the cinema. The atmosphere was so 4. (cheer) that you could even feel 5. (happy) was still in the air when the musical came to an end.
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Ajoutez deux affixes (préfixe et / ou suffixe) manquants à chacun des mots suivants et traduisez-les.

Exemple : un-break-ableincassable

1. limit =
2. faith =
3. appear =
4. merci =
5. miss =
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Simplifiez les phrases suivantes en remplaçant les sujets par des pronoms personnels sujets.

Exemple : The owner of the new four-wheel outside isn’t allowed to park here. He / She isn’t allowed to park here.

1. My step-brother and his wife attended the conference.

2. The girl next door came back late last night.

3. My cousin and I will go to Greece next summer.

4. I hope you like my painting. This painting will be worth a million when I’m famous and when the painting destroys itself!

5. My sister’s son loves skiing in Verbier.
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Remplacez les mots soulignés par des pronoms compléments.

Exemple : Medicine studies are so long that I’m not sure I can do such studies. → them

1. I like my new job as a nurse.
2. Mike is my favourite actor. The series wouldn’t be the same without Mike. →
3. A local guide will be necessary for my mum and I who don’t speak Portuguese. →
4. Italian and Spanish are easy to learn. I like both languages. →
5. Rebecca is allowed to go out with her friends now. My parents finally allowed my sister out. →
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Allégez les phrases suivantes avec des pronoms comme dans l’exemple.

Exemple : My brother can climb trees. → He can climb them.

1. Kev and Tom are keen on base jumping even if this activity is very risky.

2. A friend of hers and you have been selected for the play. I can’t wait to see the play and its fabulous actors of course.

3. What a wonderful day! Let’s go hiking, you and I can take a picnic . Oh look! Ask your neighbour if he wants to join our party.
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Ajoutez des pronoms réfléchis dans les phrases suivantes.

Exemple : We managed to buy this property, we’re quite proud of ourselves.

1. My ex-boyfriend was so self-centered, he would always take photos of .
2. “Guys, you’re covered with mud! Go wash !”
3. I said to that I had to do it.
4. It’s not the end of the world, you should pull together.
5. She’s such a scatterbrain. She should try and send messages to !
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Complétez le texte avec each other ou one another.

Exemple : Alice is my best friend but we’ve known each other for twenty years.

At the wedding both witnesses talked to 1. . You could see the bride and the groom really loved 2. . My cousin’s triplets spent their time pulling 3. ’s pigtails. The bride’s dress was stunning and I noticed my two nieces looking at 4. when they saw it. My four uncles got on well with 5. and had a good time.
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Retrouvez les prépositions manquantes.

  • by
  • inside
  • with
  • of
  • in
  • on
  • around
  • to

Exemple : The fairy throws her wand above her head.

a very famous fairy tale an ill-treated young woman loses one of her shoes. The shoe is made 2.
glass. She looks for it everywhere, it isn’t 3.
her bed nor 4.
the fireplace. A prince finds it 5.
his castle and goes 6.
all the nearby villages to find its owner. A spell has been cast 7.
the girl and the shoe. In the end she ties the knot 8.
the prince!
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Complétez ce texte en tenant compte des prépositions et des informations entre parenthèses.

Exemple : The teens had a blast at … → The teens had a blast at the laser tag.

We went there on (+ day) 1. . The kids said the arena was amazing. They were briefed before (+ verbe/activity) 2., then they went through (+ thing) 3. and finally across (+ thing) 4. . They kept running up and down (+ thing) 5. as there were two playing levels. So they were exhausted when they came out of (+ place) 6. .
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Complétez les phrases avec des prépositions.

Exemple : How much do you know in / on / about extreme sports?

1. Somebody who jumps a cliff with a wingsuit and a parachute practises base jump.
2. Some people would love to ice climb a frozen waterfall.
3. Who would you go on an extreme adventure ?
4. My cousin is able to jump ramps on a motorbike.
5. People who express themselves action are usually keen on extreme sports.
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Les majuscules ont été oubliées ! À vous de les remettre !

Exemple : the indian climate is influenced by both the himalayas and the thar desert. = The Indian climate is influenced by both the Himalayas and the Thar Desert.

1. you know i’ve been to an astonishing country last february. 2. it’s india, it’s located in south asia. 3. it’s capital city is new delhi but the largest city is mumbai. 4. it’s very well-known for its bollywood movie industry as well as for its cricket world cup. 5. the taj mahal in agra is the most famous indian building and is on the unesco world heritage list.
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That, those, this ou these ? Complétez les phrases suivantes.

Exemple : Look at this shirt! It’s so nice, I love these Hawaiian flowers!

1. Aloha! is the word to say hi in Hawaii.
2. Big Island is a risky place to go to with all active volcanoes.
3. Now is the place to be! Downtown Waikiki is amazing, you have everything here.
4. I visited Kualoa ranch where they shot Hawaii 5-0 last month. place is fantastic.
5. Here on Kauai island, trail along cliffs is one of the most dangerous. is no child’s play, is Na Pali coast!
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