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Le Quiz de Noël Most French people go to church: A.At lunchtime on Christmas eve. B.At midnight on Christmas eve. C.At lunchtime on Christmas Day. D.At midnight on Christmas Day.
Le Quiz de Noël The French celebrate Christmas on: A.24 December. B.25 December. C.26 December. D.07 January.
Le Quiz de Noël The French eat their main Christmas meal: A.After midnight mass. B.At breakfast time. C.After the Queens speech. D.While watching repeats on television.
Le Quiz de Noël A particular feature of Christmas dinner is: A. Mince pies. B. Overcooked sprouts. C. Reindeer steaks. D. A chocolate log.
Le Quiz de Noël French children leave these out for Father Christmas: A.A stocking. B.A shoe. C.A wellington boot. D.A mince pie and a glass of sherry.
Le Quiz de Noël Happy Christmas in French is usually: A.Heureux Noël. B.Joyeux Noël. C.Appi Noël. D.Noël Edmonds.
Le Quiz de Noël Almost every French home will have: A.A chimney for Father Christmas. B.A hand-crafted nativity scene. C.A piece of turkey from the year before kept for good luck. D.A snowman painted on the window.
Le Quiz de Noël Father Christmas is: A.Le Noël papa. B.La barbe à papa. C.Le Noël Père. D.Le Père Noël.
Le Quiz de Noël Many homes will also put up: A.Des guirlandes. B.Une étable. C.Des étrangers. D.Avec oncle Guillaume.
Le Quiz de Noël On 26 December, the French: A.Have a second Christmas Day. B.Eat turkey stew and dumplings. C.Do nothing special. D.Practise pugilism.