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CE2-9 Dictation snowman Jerome takes the snow and made a ball.

Then he rolls it
to him. Because snow is cold! It stings the ball in two poles: what will be the
arm, he then placed a smaller ball on the first: it will be the head. Finally he
sinks, instead of eyes, pieces of coal. Ah How beautiful is this guy! CE2-9 Dic
tation snowman Jerome takes the snow and made a ball. Then he rolls it to him. B
ecause snow is cold! It stings the ball in two poles: what will be the arm, he t
hen placed a smaller ball on the first: it will be the head. Finally he sinks, i
nstead of eyes, pieces of coal. Ah How beautiful is this guy! CE2-9 Dictation sn
owman Jerome takes the snow and made a ball. Then he rolls it to him. Because sn
ow is cold! It stings the ball in two poles: what will be the arm, he then place
d a smaller ball on the first: it will be the head. Finally he sinks, instead of
eyes, pieces of coal. Ah How beautiful is this guy! CE2-9 Dictation snowman Jer
ome takes the snow and made a ball. Then he rolls it to him. Because snow is col
d! It stings the ball in two poles: what will be the arm, he then placed a small
er ball on the first: it will be the head. Finally he sinks, instead of eyes, pi
eces of coal. Ah How beautiful is this guy! CE2-9 Dictation snowman Jerome takes
the snow and made a ball. Then he rolls it to him. Because snow is cold! It sti
ngs the ball in two poles: what will be the arm, he then placed a smaller ball o
n the first: it will be the head. Finally he sinks, instead of eyes, pieces of c
oal. Ah How beautiful is this guy! CE2-9 Dictation snowman Jerome takes the snow
and made a ball. Then he rolls it to him. Because snow is cold! It stings the b
all in two poles: what will be the arm, he then placed a smaller ball on the fir
st: it will be the head. Finally he sinks, instead of eyes, pieces of coal. Ah H
ow beautiful is this guy! CE2-9 Dictation snowman Jerome takes the snow and made
a ball. Then he rolls it to him. Because snow is cold! It stings the ball in tw
o poles: what will be the arm, he then placed a smaller ball on the first: it wi
ll be the head. Finally he sinks, instead of eyes, pieces of coal. Ah How beauti
ful is this guy!
Preparation - Dictation 9 Snowman 1 - Write these verbs in the present: ► The ve
rbs in-ing are a cedilla under the c before a and o. I put it, it, we do take
... ... ... ... ... ... .. ... ... ... ... ... ... .. ... ... ... ... ... ... ..
... ... ... ... ... ... .. ... ... ... ... ... ... .. ... ... ... ... ... ... ..
... ... ... ... ... ... .. ... ... ... ... ... ... .. ... ... ... ... ... ... ..
2 - Transform these sentences putting the verbs in the future: I am cautious. Sh
e is skiing. They are proud of their snowman. → ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ...
... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... .... → ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... .
.. ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... .... → ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ..
. ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ....
We're on vacation in the mountains. → ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ..
. ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ....
3 - Complete with the adjective in the feminine. ► In general, we form the femin
ine by adding an adjective to an e masculine word. (But st → st → st and st) a n
oisy game → a crowd ... ... ... ... ... ... → a cold climate home ... ... ... ..
. ... ... ... an overloaded bus → shop ... ... ... ... ... first job → a ... ...
... ... .. star a whole cake → a pie ... ... ... ... ... ... ... .. a → a boy .
.. ... ... ... ... .... daughter
4 - Write the plural. ► In general, we form the plural of a name by adding an s
to the singular. Names in water,, having to take an x in the plural. The tile: .
.. ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... .... One piece: ... ... ... ... ... .
.. ... ... ... ... ... ... A fire ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ..
. ... .. A farewell ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... .. Hose: ...
... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... .. The yard: ... ... ... ... ... ..
. ... ... ... ... ... ... ..
5 - Complete with himself or what. ► We write "is" before a verb. When one combi
nes the verb "is" becomes me, you. "It" goes before a name. It is the object tha
t we watch, "that one". It is wrong ... ... ... ... traveler. The child will ...
.. knife wound with ... .... ... ... ... ... Book reads easily. The car ... ...
... ... towards the village.