• Enrichissez vos connaissances grammaticales en anglais et entraînez-vous à utiliser la comparaison de l’adjectif, les phrases relatives, la négation, les prépositions et les marqueurs du “present perfect”.

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    "There is" et "there are"

    There are nice pubs here.

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    La négation

    I don't come from Wales. I am not from Scotland.

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    Les questions

    Where do you live? Do you live in England?

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    Demander poliment

    May I have a cup of tea, please?

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    L'utilisation de "have got"

    I've got a brother.

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    Les adverbes de fréquence

    always, usually, often ...

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    "in", "at" et "on", des indicateurs de lieu

    The seagull is on the roof.

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    "in", "at" et "on", des indicateurs de temps

    My birthday is in January.

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    "Some", "any", "something" et "anything"

    There aren't any beaches in London.

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    Les mots signaux du "present perfect"

    They've been married for 25 years.

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    Le possessif

    Olly's girlfriend, James' mother ...

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    Le comparatif

    Basketballs are bigger than tennis balls.

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    Le superlatif

    What's the safest city in the world?

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    Les adverbes de manière

    The car drove slowly.

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    Les propositions relatives

    The yellow car which is parked outside.

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    Les phrases en "if" - I

    If the weather is nice, we will go for a walk.

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    Les phrases en "if" II et III

    If the weather was nice, we would go for a walk.

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    "How much?" et "How many?"

    How many eggs do we need?

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    Les questions indirectes

    Do you know what time it is?

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    Phrasal verbs

    Watch out for the car!

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    "each", "every" et "any"

    I have a suitcase in each hand.

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    "both", "either … or" et "neither … nor"

    Both children are healthy.

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    Le discours indirect

    Scientists said that the polar bear was in danger.

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    Les "tag questions"

    She is nice, isn't she?

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    "To", "into" et "onto" comme indicateurs de direction

    He went to London.

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