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Voici un exercice pour vous entraîner: (la correction est sous l’exercice)

(Vous pouvez revoir le cours avec l’article du 20 janvier – cliquez sur ‘Grammar’)

1- “I’ve bought a new dress today”. She…

2- “You must leave now”. He…

3- “I will write next week”. He …

4- “We were in Paris two days ago”. They…

5- “When we visited Paris, we saw the Eiffel Tower”. They…

6- “Don’t come tomorrow!” She…

7- “If you met her, you would understand”. We…

8- “I am staying here”. I…

9- “Do you understand me?” He…

10- “Why was he waiting for me yesterday?” She…
Correction:

Attention aux  tempspronoms/adjectifsmarqueurs de temps ou de lieu, à l’inversion qui disparait à la forme indirecte. Rajouter if/whether dans les Yes/No questions. Variez les verbes qui servent à rapporter le discours.

1- She declared (that) she had bought a new dress that day.

2- He announced (that) I/ they… must leave (/ had to leave) then.

3- He promised (that) he would write the following week.

4- They admitted (that) they were in Paris two days before. (verbe d’état)

5- They added (that) they had seen the Eiffel Tower when they visited Paris. (subordonnée de temps)

6- She ordered me not to come the following day.

7- We whispered (that) if she/ he… met her, she/he… would understand. (prétérit de l’irréel)

8- I confirmed (that) I was staying there.

9- He asked me if/ whether I understood him.

10- She wondered why he was waiting for her the day before.

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