French Food
French Words
Francophone Countries
Places in France
Mr Pierre
100

This type of French pastry is shaped like a phase of the moon.

What is a croissant? 

100

This is the French word for hello. 

What is bonjour/salut?

100

This country is famous for its kind people and maple syrup. 

What is Canada?

100

This structure is the highest structure in France.

What is the Eiffel Tower?

100

This is the place Mr. Pierre goes every summer.

What is France? 

200

This French delicacy is known to be very slow…

What is escargot?

200

This fancy French word means ”here.”

What is voila?

200

Which country has the most French speakers?

What is France?

200

This is the museum that holds the Mona Lisa.

What is the Louvre?

200

These are the two schools Mr. Pierre works at. 

What are New Hyde Park Memorial High School and Stony Brook University?

300

This French cookie sounds similar to the president of France’s name.

What is macaron?

300

This is the English word for “baguette“ that isn’t baguette itself.

What is stick/rod?

300

This francophone country was the setting of a famous Revolution started in 1791.

What is Haiti?

300

This city’s name is a synonym for kind.

What is Nice?

300

This is the number of fights Mr. Pierre has lost.

What is 0?

400

This food is made with raw ground beef and served with bread.

What is steak tartare?

400

This is how you say “Merry Christmas“ in French.

What is joyeux Noël? 

400

This country is the setting of an animated film about escapee zoo animals in the country. 

What is Madagascar?

400

This cathedral is the setting for a famous book by Victor Hugo. (It’s also a movie.) 

What is the Notre Dame?

400

This is where Mr. Pierre’s daughter goes to school.

What is Pace University?

500

This is a traditional fish soup originating in Marseille.  

What is bouillabaisse?

500

This is the english translation of the word “flamant.”

What is flamingo?

500

This is the most populous francophone country.

What is the Democratic Republic of Congo?

500

Access to this French landmark is impossible 15 days a year when it is completely surrounded by water. 

What is Mont-Saint-Michel?

500

This is the number of kids Mr. Pierre has.

What is three? 

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