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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #48898: Pronoun : one/ones
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    Pronoun : one/ones


    One and Ones

     

     

     

    One: Nous pouvons utiliser 'One' au lieu de répéter un mot au singulier, quand le sens est bien clair.

     

    - Is this your car uncle Jim?...No, mine is the blue one.(=>car)

    Nous avons utilisé 'One' au lieu de répéter le mot 'Car'.

    - Can I get you a drink?..It's Okay, I've already got one.(=> drink.)

     

     

    Ones::Peut être utilisé au lieu de répéter un mot au pluriel.

    - I think his best songs are his early ones. (=> songs)

    - Most of sea's animals are small, but the biggest ones live in the ocean.

     (animals=>ones)


     

     Compléter les phrases suivantes avec 'One' ou bien 'Ones'?

     

     

     

     





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