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Nouns - Days, Months and Directions

What do ‘printemps’, ‘L’ouest’ and ‘les points cardinaux’ mean? How would you say, ‘August’, ‘summer’ or ‘the South-East’?

Aged 11 to 14 and studying French? This enjoyable rapid revision quiz was created especially to help you.

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Want to know what date it is? Then you need to know the French names for the days of the week and the months of the year. How about finding your way on a map? Then you need to know the French names for directions. In this quiz we look at the French nouns for the days, the months, the seasons, the points of a compass and a few more directions besides. Have a go and see how well you can do. It’s a fast and fun way to revise for French tests and exams.

In each question you will be given a word or words in English. All you have to do is choose the French equivalent from the four choices offered.
1.
August
Août
Avril
Février
Vendredi
Avril = April
Février = February
Vendredi = Friday
2.
Compass points
Les mois
Les jours
Les points cardinaux
Les directions
Les mois = the months
Les jours = the days
Les directions = directions
3.
Monday
Lundi
Novembre
Octobre
Décembre
Novembre = November
Octobre = October
Décembre = December
4.
Summer
Été
Printemps
Hiver
Automne
Printemps = spring
Hiver = winter
Automne = autumn
5.
Thursday
Janvier
Jeudi
Juillet
Juin
Janvier = January
Juillet = July
Juin = June
6.
The South-East
Le sud-ouest
Le sud-est
Le nord-est
Le nord-ouest
Le sud-ouest = the South-West
Le nord-est = the North-East
Le nord-ouest = the North-West
7.
The West
L’est
Le nord
L’ouest
Le sud
L’est = the East
Le nord = the North
Le sud = the South
8.
Wednesday
Mai
Mardi
Mars
Mercredi
Mai = May
Mardi = Tuesday
Mars = March
9.
Saturday
Septembre
Dimanche
Le centre
Samedi
Septembre = September
Dimanche = Sunday
Le centre = the centre
10.
Left
Droit
En haut
Arrière
Gauche
Droit = right
En haut = up
Arrière = back
Author:  Graeme Haw

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