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20 Questions About France

Answer these random questions about the country of France.
Last updated: December 28, 2017
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What is the name of the French president elected in 2017?
Emmanuel Macron
Who wrote "Les Miserables"?
Victor Hugo
What is the name of the electronic music duo Guy-Manuel de Homem and Thomas Bangalter?
Daft Punk
In what year did the French Revolution start?
1789
What is the biggest museum in Paris?
Le Louvre
What is the word for "restaurant" in French?
Restaurant
What gigantic palace did Louis XIV construct near Paris?
Versailles
What is the capital city of Alsace?
Strasbourg
What is the longest river in France (1012km)?
Loire
What is the name of the fast train linking Paris to London?
Eurostar
What are "Moulin à vent", "Saint Estèphe" and "Côte de Beaune"?
Wines
What American monument was designed by the sculptor Auguste Bartholdi
and the engineer Gustave Eiffel?
The Statue of Liberty
Who plays the main character in "The Artist"?
Jean Dujardin
What Nobel Prize-winning humanitarian group was founded by French doctors in 1971?
Médecins Sans
Frontières
What non-European country shares France's longest border (730km)?
Brazil
What country shares France's shortest border (4.4km)?
Monaco
What French video game publisher made "Splinter Cell" and "Assassin's Creed"?
Ubisoft
Who was the first king of France (481-511)?
Clovis
Which French manufacturer provides the engines of Red Bull Racing's formula one?
Renault
What is the highest mountain of France (4810m)?
Mont Blanc
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level 77
Apr 15, 2014
Not bad... Restaurant made me laugh, good joke ;). Anyway, Clovis was a king of the Franks. Strictly speaking, Philip II Augustus is the first "King of France". Oh, and there is no s in Louvre.
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level 10
Nov 2, 2014
Brazil????????
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level 27
Nov 2, 2014
French Guyana! It's in South America
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level 76
Nov 4, 2014
Guiana*
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level 36
Dec 13, 2014
Guiana*
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level 63
Aug 31, 2015
Guyane*
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level 67
Nov 25, 2015
Guiana
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level 72
Jan 22, 2016
Iguana*
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level 26
Jan 4, 2018
Gunananana*
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level 55
Mar 31, 2018
Guy Ritchie*
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level 74
Mar 31, 2018
Gonorrhea*
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level 66
Mar 31, 2018
*Guavaland
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level 74
Mar 31, 2018
Guy on a what?
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level 70
Mar 31, 2018
Gujarati*
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level 53
Mar 31, 2018
banana*
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level 58
Mar 31, 2018
*Guinea
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level 54
Apr 1, 2018
Guadalcanal*
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level 63
Apr 1, 2018
Guinea Pig
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level 69
Apr 2, 2018
Guillermo
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level 64
Apr 2, 2018
Graduation*
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level 30
Jun 24, 2018
*Banana
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level 72
Oct 18, 2018
guano*
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level 21
Jan 23, 2019
yeah, brazil
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level 59
Nov 7, 2014
Since you're looking for "restaurant" in French, you should accept "le restaurant". I tried that and it didn't work so I almost gave up.
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level 77
Dec 21, 2014
No, what you say is an american cliché. Of course, the french language is such that nouns are always preceeded by a determiner, but it can be "un", "ce", "au", etc. The article is absolutely not part of the word.
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level 76
Mar 31, 2018
Since you're giving up in English, you should say "I almost the gave up"
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level 26
Dec 13, 2014
vingt sur vingt.. oui!!
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level 53
Mar 31, 2018
this quiz may have been *about france*, but that doesn't give you permission to actually *speak french* in the comments...
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level 63
Apr 1, 2018
*type French
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level 45
Apr 1, 2018
*whisper* omelette du fromage
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level 29
Feb 4, 2015
restaurant. this. was. evil.
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level 3
May 2, 2015
Brésil peut être accepté pour Brazil???
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level 31
May 24, 2015
C'est un quiz en anglais, donc je ne pense pas. :)
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level 38
Jul 19, 2015
I know I learnt French in Kindy-Yr 4, but I still don't understand you!
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level 38
Jul 19, 2015
I think you are trying to get Brazil to be accepted?!
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level 76
Oct 23, 2015
"Could Bresil be accepted for Brazil?" "It's an English quiz, so I don't think so."
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level 33
Jul 16, 2017
Ok. No. Ubisoft is a Quebec videogames company, which is in Canada and not in France. This should be corrected :)
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level 32
Aug 22, 2017
Nope. It's French, created in Brittany.
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level 62
Mar 31, 2018
Yeah, nah. It has recently (around 2013) created a Quebec Operations, but it's still headquartered in Rennes, France.
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level 56
Dec 1, 2017
So easy, 100% (but I m French :) )
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level 62
Mar 31, 2018
Could you clarify that the longest river is the longest river (entirely) in France? Otherwise, there are those of us who'd argue the Rhine, which flows through France is longer.
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level 56
Apr 1, 2018
The Rhine in its entirety is longer than the Loire, but the section of the Rhine in France is not longer than the Loire in France.
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level 3
Mar 31, 2018
I've 100% but I'm french.
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level 74
Apr 2, 2018
*Guy Manuel de Homem-Christo on the Daft Punk clue
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level 36
Aug 1, 2018
Hehe, this is fun to do as a french person :P And I still learn things... like the names of the Daft Punk guys (still, easy to guess). Also I had never ever heard about those wines. Where are they from ? (and yay ubi ! ♥)
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level 38
Oct 14, 2018
It's truly ironic that for a site that routinely chops off the last letter(s) of words (e.g. Riyadh), you insist that we type the "s" in "Medecins Sans Frontieres".
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level 36
Apr 18, 2019
My Interesting Fact was #226 "France's longest land border is with Brazil"