Flashcards in Culture (all unités) Deck (30):
Unité 2. The outdoor area where French diners like to sit is called...
Unité 2. Are tables closer together or farther apart in French restaurants?
Unité 2. What is a reason people sit outside at cafés?
Unité 2. What is often seen outside French cafés?
a large menu sign
Unité 2. Unlike American restaurants, what are allowed in French cafés?
Unité 2. What is included in the price of food and drink?
Unité 2. Are meals in French restaurants usually larger or smaller than in American restaurants?
meals are smaller
Unité 2. Compared to Americans, French people go to the supermarket...
Unité 2. One major French supermarket chain is called...
Unité 2. Where do many French people do their shopping at?
Unité 3. Most French schools have what on Wednesdays?
Unité 3. But, they also have classes when?
Unité 3. Do French students have more or less homework than American students?
more homework (sometimes 1 hour per subject per night!)
Unité 3. Any grade below what is considered failing in French schools?
Unité 3. Popular sports to play and watch include... (3 of them)
soccer, rugby, and tennis
Unité 3. French teens rarely wear what?
sweats or sneakers
Unité 3. What pop culture do French teens often follow?
American pop culture
Unité 3. Who are Marie Mai and Helmut Fritz?
Marie Mai & Helmut Fritz are famous French singers
Unité 3. Who are Audrey Taou and Louis Garrel?
Audrey Taou & Louis Garrel are famous French actors
Unité 4. What are French schools often named after?
Unité 4. In general, are school buildings in France older or newer than American school buildings?
school buildings in France are older
Unité 4. In France, what is high school called?
Unité 4. In France, what is middle school called?
Unité 4. What are the middle school and high school grades?
middle school is grades 6-9, and high school is grades 10-12
Unité 4. How are their grade numbers organized?
French grades move from highest to lowest number, so 8th grade here is equivalent to 4ème there.
Unité 4. What are the high school grades called?
Seconde, Première, and Terminale
Unité 4. About ___ of French students are held back at least one.
about 1/3 of French students
Unité 4. The exam students have to take to enter university is called...
Unité 4. Le bac has 2 parts; one focuses on ___ and the other is based on the student's chosen ___.
one focuses on French language & the other is based on the student's concentration