Content Frame
Note for screen reader users: There is text between the form elements on this page. To be sure that you do not miss any text, use item by item navigation methods, rather than tabbing from form element to form element.
Skip Breadcrumb Navigation
Home  arrow Chapitre 2: Masculin / Féminin : rôles, droits, responsabilités  arrow Practice Exercises  arrow Practice 02-04 Grammaire : L'article (pp. 47–51)  arrow Practice 02-04A : Les articles définis et indéfinis (pp. 47–49)

Practice 02-04A : Les articles définis et indéfinis (pp. 47–49)

Complete the following sentences with the appropriate forms of the articles le, la, les, un, une, and des. Don't forget to make contractions with the prepositions à and de when necessary. Use capital letters and accents as necessary. Correct spelling is required.

This activity contains 15 questions.

Question 1.
Within the question text below, there is one text entry field where you can enter your answer.

bureau de Paul est près du mien.   [Special Characters]
End of Question 1


Question 2.
Within the question text below, there is one text entry field where you can enter your answer.

Le professeur préfère calme, donc, il travaille avant que les étudiants n'arrivent.   [Special Characters]
End of Question 2


Question 3.
Within the question text below, there is one text entry field where you can enter your answer.

Le rapport doit être fini avant réunion des professeurs.   [Special Characters]
End of Question 3


Question 4.
Within the question text below, there is one text entry field where you can enter your answer.

Les femmes préfèrent la concertation réussites.   [Special Characters]
End of Question 4


Question 5.
Within the question text below, there is one text entry field where you can enter your answer.

Le président a parlé ministre de l'Éducation.   [Special Characters]
End of Question 5


Question 6.
Within the question text below, there is one text entry field where you can enter your answer.

Tous après-midi, je suis un cours de l'histoire de la femme.   [Special Characters]
End of Question 6


Question 7.
Within the question text below, there is one text entry field where you can enter your answer.

Je trouve que c'est ridicule que les pommes coûtent 4 euros kilo.   [Special Characters]
End of Question 7


Question 8.
Within the question text below, there is one text entry field where you can enter your answer.

Les citoyens qui ne travaillent pas coûtent beaucoup à état.   [Special Characters]
End of Question 8


Question 9.
Within the question text below, there is one text entry field where you can enter your answer.

Paris est merveilleux avec tous les monuments près de Seine.   [Special Characters]
End of Question 9


Question 10.
Within the question text below, there is one text entry field where you can enter your answer.

femmes ont beaucoup de responsabilités.   [Special Characters]
End of Question 10


Question 11.
Within the question text below, there is one text entry field where you can enter your answer.

Je viens d' envoyer lettre à mon patron.   [Special Characters]
End of Question 11


Question 12.
Within the question text below, there is one text entry field where you can enter your answer.

Au bureau, je n'ai pas d'amis, mais j'ai collègues.   [Special Characters]
End of Question 12


Question 13.
Within the question text below, there is one text entry field where you can enter your answer.

Je n'ai qu' téléphone au bureau.   [Special Characters]
End of Question 13


Question 14.
Within the question text below, there is one text entry field where you can enter your answer.

maison n'est pas toujours meilleure qu'un appartement.   [Special Characters]
End of Question 14


Question 15.
Within the question text below, there is one text entry field where you can enter your answer.

Un cadre doit s'occuper collègues difficiles.   [Special Characters]
End of Question 15





Pearson Copyright © 1995 - 2010 Pearson Education . All rights reserved. Pearson Prentice Hall is an imprint of Pearson .
Legal Notice | Privacy Policy | Permissions

Return to the Top of this Page