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Take my quick 5 minute French shopping vocabulary quiz and test your knowledge of basic French words needed for shopping. This quiz focusses on the names of shops and some of the items you may wish to buy when shopping in France!

Let me know how your result in the comments!

More French vocabulary quizzes coming soon!

 

What is the French for a clothing store?

What is a butcher shop in French?

What is a cheese shop called in French?

What can you buy in la confiserie?

What can you buy in la boulangerie?

If you wanted to buy some jewelery which shop would you choose?

What is the French for shoe shop?

What is the French word for money?

Je cherche une jupe rouge. What am I looking for?

It starts to rain so I decide to buy a raincoat...what do I buy?

 


FURTHER INFORMATION FOR VISITING FRANCE


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PIN TO YOUR PINTEREST BOARD - FRENCH SHOPPING VOCABULARY QUIZ

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