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L'hiver dans la Francophonie
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  • Question 1
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    What did the Hanukkah dish in the video have in it?

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    Spices and nuts

    Salt and pepper

    Sauce

    Whipped cream

  • Question 2
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    What French-speaking area is famous for its maple sugar?

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    Strasbourg, France

    Dordogne, France

    Québec, Canada

    Martinique

  • Question 3
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    C'est...

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    un gâteau de Hanouka

    une crêpe

    une bûche de Noël

    une glace

  • Question 4
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    What is la Ribote?

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    a Canadian winter sport

    a Hanukkah game played with dreidels

    a French Christmas tradition where pâté is eaten

    A Christmas tradition from Martinique where friends and neighbors go from house to house singing Christmas carols

  • Question 5
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    How are Christmas and Hanukkah festivities similar in France?

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    They are both referred to as the "Festival of Lights"

    They are both family-oriented events where gifts are given.

    The same type of food is eaten at both.

    They actually have nothing in common.

  • Question 6
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    Which winter activity can you participate in in the Canadian province of Québec?

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    dog sledding

    ice hockey

    skiing

    all of these

  • Question 7
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    Strasbourg, in the eastern part of France, where you saw Hanukkah being celebrated, is right next to (and used to be a part of) which country?

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    England

    Germany

    Greece

    The Netherlands

  • Question 8
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    Which is a difference between St. Nicholas and Santa Claus?

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    St. Nicholas is an actual saint, while Santa is not

    St. Nicholas visits children on Dec. 6, while Santa visits children on Dec. 25

    Both of the above

    They are the same person! There is no difference!

  • Question 9
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    What do French children leave out by the tree on Christmas Eve?

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    stockings

    shoes

    gloves

    hats

  • Question 10
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    Which is a meat-based dish popular in French-speaking countries on Christmas?

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    bûche de Noël

    latkes

    pâté de foie gras

    maple sugar

  • Question 11
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    Why do residents of Martinique enjoy la Ribote?

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    Because there are games and contests.

    Because it is a holy tradition.

    Because they get to exchange gits.

    Because they get to spread joy and cheer and gather with family and friends.

  • Question 12
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    In France, when traditionally are the biggest Hanukkah festivities, where friends and family gather and lots of gifts are given and games are played?

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    On the first night

    On the last night

    Every night is equally big

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