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Using Adverbs in -ment, -emment or -amment
Difficulty Level 2

Correctly using adverbs in French can sometimes prove to be complex, especially when it comes to choosing between the endings -ment, -emment, and -amment. These adverbs, formed from adjectives, play a crucial role in the way we express our thoughts, actions, and feelings. In this exercise, we will explore the subtleties of these endings, in order to master their use in various contexts.

This table explains how to form and use French adverbs ending in –ment, -emment or -amment, with examples for each type.

Adverb Formation Example
-ment (based on a feminine adjective) Feminine adjective + ment Heureuse (heureusement): She sings happily (heureusement).
-emment (based on an adjective ending in -ent) Adjective + emment Récent (récemment): He moved recently (récemment).
-amment (based on an adjective ending in -ant) Adjective + amment Constant (constamment): She works constantly (constamment).
  1. Transformer l'adjectif "intense" en adverbe.

  2. Complétez : Elle parle toujours si (calme).

  3. Trouver l'adverbe correct pour "bruyant".

  4. Comment transforme-t-on "courant" en adverbe?

  5. Compléter : Il a réagi (violent) à la nouvelle.

  6. Transformer "prudent" en adverbe.

  7. Compléter : Ils ont agi (patient).

  8. Former un adverbe à partir de "évident".

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