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Soutien: Les pronoms: exercices

Pronoms possessifs, réfléchis et réciproques

Les corrections sont sous les exercices et la leçon est dans l’article précédent.

I-  Complétez les phrases suivantes à l’aide d’ un pronom possessif (le pronom personnel correspondant est précisé entre parenthèses) :

a-   Whose jacket is this ? It’s not ___________. (I)

b-   Are these John’s glasses? No, they’re not ________, they’re ________. (he+I)

c-   Leave these pencils alone, they’re not ________! (you)

d-   I brought my books but everyone else forgot ________. (they)

e-   I’m looking for Lucy’s and Simon’s bags. ________ is red and ________ is blue. (she+he)

f-    Their lawnmower ( = une tondeuse) is broken. We can lend them ________. (we)

II-  Complétez les phrases par un pronom réfléchi:

a-   Did you enjoy ____________ ?

b-   The sheep hurt ____________.

c-   I was left all by ____________.

d-   She sees ____________ as a rock star.

e-   It switches off ( = s’éteindre) by ____________.

f-    We managed to do it ____________.

g-   Now, they’ve found ____________ in an impossible situation.

h-   He regards ____________ as an expert.

III- Choisissez le pronom qui convient:

a-   Cats lick ( = lécher) (each other / themselves) clean.

b-   We’ve known (each other / ourselves) for a long time.

c-   She spends ages admiring (her / herself) in the mirror.

d-   They had an argument and no longer talk to (each other / themselves).

e-   They help (each other / themselves) by sharing (= partager) the work.

f-    You two keep repeating (yourself / yourselves / each other).

g-   Our cat and dog love (themselves / each other).

h-   The children splashed (= éclabousser) (themselves / one another).

CORRECTION:

I- Complétez les phrases suivantes par un pronom possessif (le pronom personnel correspondant est précisé entre parenthèses) :

a-   Whose jacket is this ? It’s not mine. (I)

b-   Are these John’s glasses? No, they’re not his, they’re mine. (he+I)

c-   Leave these pencils alone, they’re not yours! (you)

d-   I brought my books but everyone else forgot theirs. (they)

e-   I’m looking for Lucy’s and Simon’s bags. His is red and hers is blue. (she+he)

f-    Their lawnmower is broken. We can lend them ours. (we)

II-  Complétez les phrases par un pronom réfléchi:

a-   Did you enjoy yourself / yourselves ?

b-   The sheep hurt itself /themselves. (‘sheep’ est le singulier et le pluriel du mot ‘mouton’)

c-   I was left all by myself.

d-   She sees herself as a rock star.

e-   It switches off by itself.

f-    We managed to do it ourselves.

g-   Now, they’ve found themselves in an impossible situation.

h-   He regards himself as an expert.

III- Choisissez le pronom qui convient:

a-   Cats lick  themselves clean.

b-   We’ve known each other for a long time.

c-   She spends ages admiring  herself in the mirror.

d-   They had an argument and no longer talk to each other.

e-   They help each other by sharing the work.

f-    You two keep repeating  yourselves.

g-   Our cat and dog love each other.

h-   The children splashed  one another.

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