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French Food Words Quiz

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French
English
Eau
Fromage
Pain
Café
Gâteau
Oeuf
Pomme
Pomme de Terre
French
English
Vin
Lapin
Sucre
Confiture
Beurre
Canard
Menthe
Poisson
French
English
Foie
Champignon
Cerise
Frites
Miel
Fraise
Framboise
Citron
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(27)
All but Cerise. I knew it was something like that and I must have guessed every berry type food there is apart from cherry!
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Nov 11, 2012
DthNte
(27)
Me too! :c
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Apr 3, 2013
(37)
I got them all except miel. Where was I on that day of French class?
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Nov 11, 2012
(46)
Got them all with 3:18 on the clock. 6 years of French classes have finally paid off.
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Nov 13, 2012
surquenon
(41)
3:15 left and French is actually my first language. Your six years of French classes were better than my 28 years of life :)
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Nov 7, 2014
(21)
Got them all with 2:54 left. 4 years of french lessons paid off
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Jul 18, 2015
ctleng76
(45)
The "liver" answer made me hungry!
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Nov 13, 2012
(32)
10 and I never had French because I don't like it.
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Nov 21, 2012
Erikthev
(58)
Then leave it on the side of the plate, and just eat the vegetables.
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Aug 27, 2015
(30)
I took French in high school. I got 4 of these. Water, mint, fish and coffee.
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Feb 13, 2013
DthNte
(27)
Did you only go to one lesson? :P
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Apr 3, 2013
(66)
8 years of french and 10 years since last spoken...alas...missed 5. Zut Alors!!!
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Jun 24, 2013
Wolfonator
(55)
you remember the vital expressions, at least
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Sep 12, 2013
(13)
Only missed one nice quiz
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Aug 11, 2013
(54)
Only missed confiture. I was thinking candy, going from the english word confection. A food item that is high in sugar. Oh well.
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Mar 5, 2014
(20)
ditto.
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May 28, 2015
coco3700
(5)
19/24! (i'm french)
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Mar 7, 2014
arwenizaldi42
(37)
how are you french and missed 5? o.O /also french /easily got all
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Oct 13, 2014
(20)
he might not have known the english words for the french ones!
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Dec 24, 2014
(65)
Don't know a lick of French and still got 13. I think that's pretty good guessing. :D
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Apr 17, 2014
joycet31
(19)
Missed liver and jam. Pomme de terre...that sounds like "apple of earth"
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Apr 18, 2014
(41)
That is exactly what it is.
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Jul 14, 2015
(51)
it's called that in dutch and hebrew too...
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Jul 29, 2015
scloope
(28)
Never taken French in my life but still managed to get 19/20 due to the similarities of the words in Spanish haha
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May 23, 2014
(59)
But be careful not to rely too much on similarities. Old, probably apocryphal story: the French housewife who told her Spanish maid "Prenez le gateau dans le frigidaire." When she opened the refrigerator a few minutes later she saw that her maid had put the cat (gato) in there.
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May 29, 2014
(21)
That's a good one! Would have come in handy in the years when I was studying both French and Spanish, the similarities tripped me up everytime, especially when I guessed the Spanish word for embarrassed (e.g. I am embarrassed) was similar to it's English counterpart and accidentally told my Colombian neighbour "Soy embarasada" (I am pregnant), rather than I am embarrased :(
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Jul 17, 2015
(21)
Spanish does help
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Jul 18, 2015
Cantthinkofascreenname
(17)
11 not bad considering I don't know any French.
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May 26, 2014
Erikthev
(58)
Plainly you do know some French or you would have got zero, null points, rien.
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Jun 30, 2014
KEISHA
(40)
Got them all! buuuut only because my first language is french... haha
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May 26, 2014
(21)
Got them all second time and I am english :)
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Jul 18, 2015
Erikthev
(58)
Back in jolly old Blighty growing up, we got a lot of jams, preserves, etc that were from places like Poland that were aimed at the whole European market, hence a lot had French names on them as well as English. Probably like that in parts of Canada. It helped with the "Confiture du fraises, et Confiture du cerises".
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Jun 30, 2014
dunkinggandalf
(58)
*de fraises, *de cerises... Almost!
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Jul 16, 2015
Erikthev
(58)
I did say it was a Polish jam, didn't I??
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Aug 27, 2015
bowlwoman
(43)
Something my BA in French is finally good for!
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Aug 8, 2014
mrnutkin
(21)
Got them all right and never had a french lesson in my life (nor any other foreign language), english is my mother tongue. I suspect however that living in France for 5 years may have helped.
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Aug 12, 2014
(61)
The picture wasn't one of the answers! Had to work for every question this time.
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Oct 2, 2014
(15)
It's bread
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Nov 20, 2014
(31)
Reminds me of Hannibal TV series.
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Oct 8, 2014
asteachr
(49)
Why do you not count "french fries" for "fries?" Are they not the same thing?
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Oct 8, 2014
(41)
i second that
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Jul 2, 2015
(50)
I third that
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Jul 14, 2015
(13)
I fourth that
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Jul 14, 2015
(44)
After 10 years of french, you BET I got them all with 3:16 to spare
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Dec 8, 2014
sylvie
(34)
Me too, 10 years of French. I really can't converse in French at all, but yes, I got them all.
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Mar 28, 2015
(21)
You should change "frites" to "pommes frites". "Frites" on its own just means fried. And you should also add French fries as an acceptable answer.
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Apr 3, 2015
MissTic
(16)
In fact, we never say "pommes frites" in French, only "frites".
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Jul 16, 2015
cariad
(46)
24/24 and over 2mins left! Nice quiz.
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Apr 27, 2015
(48)
23/24 I could not remember Honey for Miel although it was on the tip of my tongue....... the word, not the honey.
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May 5, 2015
Erikthev
(58)
That was the last one I got, but I tried not to make a 'miel' of it...
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Jul 14, 2015
(50)
i was listening to dernière danse by indila and she said miel while I read it hahaha
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Jul 14, 2015
03th
(1)
wow i didn't know how amazing i was at this game!
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Jul 14, 2015
PrinceEric
(36)
I will never forget "fromage" as long as I live, all thanks to Dexter's Laboratory. "Omelette du fromage -- omelette du fromage -- omelette du fromage -- omelette du fromage --"
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Jul 14, 2015
MissTic
(16)
Omelette AU fromage !
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Jul 16, 2015
Greta1234
(2)
I got all of them apart from sucre which is sugar!!
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Jul 14, 2015
AMACK
(36)
I got em all with 3:19 to go. And I live as far from Quebec as a Canadian can go...
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Jul 16, 2015
Greta1234
(2)
that is so hard it took me 1 week to do it and I am 9!!!
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Jul 17, 2015
(21)
Got everything but had to look up liver. Thought it was pate
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Jul 18, 2015
(64)
The answers should really be paired to the clues in this one, no guessing every damn food you know to get a lot of them right.
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Jul 24, 2015
JBrommit
(11)
Haven't taken french since it stopped being mandatory in high school (I'm 25), but I'm Canadian- so thanks, bilingual packaging! I remember my food words REALLY well. Only thing I missed was confiture. :P
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Aug 27, 2015
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