French Food Vocabulary Quiz – How many do you know?

French Food Vocabulary Quiz – How many do you know?
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A little quiz to test your knowledge of French food vocabulary…

Take the test and see how much you know before you visit the beautiful country of France. If you want to learn a little more French before you visit why not check out my recommended list of books to read as well as great French Netflix series to watch!

Bonne chance!

 

What is the French word for food?

What is one of these fruits called in French?

What is this vegetable called in French?

What are these called in French?

Which of these is French for breakfast?

What is the French word for pineapple?

What is added to a Croque monsieur to make it a Croque madame?

What are Coquilles Saint-Jacques?

If you order Cuisses de Grenouilles what can you expect to receive on your plate?

What is the French word for the bill/check?

 


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1 Comment

  1. Louise
    March 23, 2019 / 11:01 am

    10/10! Tres bien! I’ve surprised myself! 😉