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Les Animaux Tu as un animal à la maison?
J ’ ai ……… = I have …..
un poisson rouge
Je n’ai pas d’ animal
HOW MANY CAN YOU REMEMBER? FILL IN THE GAPS!
WRITE THE ANSWERS IN YOUR JOTTER! 1. U_ CH_ _N 2. UN_ TOR_U_ 3. _N POI_ _ O_ R_ _GE 4. U_ C_EV_ _ 5. UN LA_ _ N 6. U_ E ARAI_NE_
7. UN _HA_ 8. U_ SE_P_ NT 9. _N HAM_ _ _ _ 10. U_ OI_ EA_ 11. _ _ PE_ _ OQUET 12. _ _ _ S_URI_
ANSWERS 1. UN CHIEN 2. UNE TORTUE 3. UN POISSON ROUGE 4. UN CHEVAL 5. UN LAPIN 6. UNE ARAIGNEE
7. UN CHAT 8. UN SERPENT 9. UN HAMSTER 10. UN OISEAU 11. UN PERROQUET 12. UNE SOURIS
As-tu un animal? Un chien Un lapin Un poisson.
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