Please read the article on French Landmarks here before answering the questions.
Highlight the correct answer, or type in what you think is correct.
- How many people visit France each year?
- a) 80 Thousand b) 800 Million
- c) 80 Million d) 8 Million
- The Eiffel Tower is found in which French city?
- a) Bordeaux b) Paris
- c) Marseille d) Lyon
- The Eiffel Tower was built in
- a) 1999 b) 1840
- c) 1898 d) 1889
- List one fact about Versailles from the reading
→It was built as a hunting lodge for Louis Xlll in 1623.
- True or False: The Arc de Triomphe was built to honour French soldiers who fought during the war.
- a) True b) False
- The Louvre Museum is the biggest museum in the world and holds a famous piece of art called
- a) The Starry Night b) The Modern Lisa
- c) The Mona Lisa d) Sunflowers
- Which of the landmarks in France would you most like to visit and why?
→ I would like to visit The Louvre Museum because I would like to see all the lovely paintings and especially The Mona Lisa.
Please read the article on French Food here before answering the questions.
1) Food in France is also known as French
- a) Fries b) Toast
- c) Cuisine d) Cheese
2) French food has influenced the style of cooking throughout
- a) North America b) Europe
- c) Australasia d) Asia
3) In the South of France people prefer to use this in their cooking
- a) butter b) canola oil
- c) water d) olive oil and garlic
4) A well known type of bread in France is called a
- a) scone b) baguette
- c) crepe d) bun
5) Crepes are usually filled with chocolate sauce and fresh fruit
- True b) False
6) Crepes are never filled with a savoury filling
- a) True b) False
7) A well known cheese that the French are famous for is
- a) Colby b) Cheddar
- c) Camembert d) Mozzarella cheese
8) Ratatouille is a thick stew that is made from these vegetables
- a) carrots and peas b) lettuce and cabbage
- c) kumara and corn c) tomatoes and bell peppers
9) The word ratatouille translates to
- a) motley crew b) motley stew
- c) motley crue d) mouldy stew
10) Escargot is the French name for
- a) cheese b) truffles
c) snails d) baguettes