il a (trois jambes) : he has (three legs)avoir, présent
  • "Narratrice : Aujourd’hui, Victor a eu un coup de foudre."
  • "J’en sais rien, mais elle a un drôle d’accent."
  • "Marcel : Oui, c’est vrai, il a une très jolie barbe."
  • "Narratrice : Aujourd’hui, Victor a un coup de soleil."
  • "Je sais de source sûre que Victor a un rendez-vous à l’hôtel Fidelio tous les mercredis à 15 heures."
  • "Oui, Victor a eu un coup de foudre."

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