French 2 Review Packet

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French 2 Review Packet - Quiz

This quiz will help you to review for the French 2 final. It will cover a variety of culture, grammar, and vocabulary from the beginning of Discovering French Blanc text through to the end of Unit 5. While not exhaustive, it should give you an idea of what to study. Bonne chance!


Questions and Answers
  • 1. 

    Conjuguer le verbe avoir: j’ __________ / tu __________ / il __________ / nous __________ / vous __________ / ils __________ Use slashes to fill in the blank. Example: (parler) parle / parles / parle / parlons / parlez / parlent

    Explanation
    The correct answer for conjugating the verb "avoir" is "ai" for "j'", "as" for "tu", "a" for "il", "avons" for "nous", "avez" for "vous", and "ont" for "ils".

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  • 2. 

    Conjuguer le verbe etre: je __________ / tu __________ / il __________ / nous __________ / vous __________ / ils __________ Use slashes to fill in the blank.  Example: (parler)  parle / parles / parle / parlons / parlez / parlent

    Explanation
    The correct answer is the conjugation of the verb "être" in the present tense. "Suis" is the first person singular form (je), "es" is the second person singular form (tu), "est" is the third person singular form (il), "sommes" is the first person plural form (nous), "êtes" is the second person plural form (vous), and "sont" is the third person plural form (ils).

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  • 3. 

    Conjuguer le verbe faire: je __________ / tu __________ / il __________ / nous __________ / vous __________ / ils __________ Use slashes to fill in the blank. Example: (parler) parle / parles / parle / parlons / parlez / parlent

    Explanation
    The correct answer for conjugating the verb "faire" is as follows:
    - je fais
    - tu fais
    - il fait
    - nous faisons
    - vous faites
    - ils font

    This is the correct conjugation of the verb "faire" in the present tense for each subject pronoun.

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  • 4. 

    Conjuguer le verbe aller: je __________ / tu __________ / il __________ / nous __________ / vous __________ / ils __________ Use slashes to fill in the blank. Example: (parler) parle / parles / parle / parlons / parlez / parlent

    Explanation
    The correct answer provides the conjugation of the verb "aller" in the present tense for different subjects. "Je vais" means "I go", "tu vas" means "you go" (informal), "il va" means "he goes", "nous allons" means "we go", "vous allez" means "you go" (formal/plural), and "ils vont" means "they go".

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  • 5. 

    à + le = __________

    Explanation
    The combination of the preposition "à" and the definite article "le" contracts to form "au". This contraction is used when referring to a masculine singular noun.

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  • 6. 

    à + la = __________

    Explanation
    The phrase "à la" is a French expression that means "in the style of" or "according to." It is commonly used in English to refer to something that is done or prepared in a particular way, often associated with French cuisine or fashion. For example, "à la mode" means "in the fashion" and is used to describe a dish served with ice cream. In this case, the correct answer is "à la" as it completes the phrase and maintains the correct meaning.

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  • 7. 

    à + les = __________

    Explanation
    In French, the preposition "à" combines with the definite article "les" to form the contraction "aux." This contraction is used when referring to a plural noun or group of people. It is important to use the correct form of the preposition and article combination to ensure grammatical accuracy in French sentences.

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  • 8. 

    De + le = __________

    Explanation
    The combination of "de" and "le" in French results in the contraction "du." This contraction is used when referring to a masculine singular noun. It is formed by replacing "de" with "du" before the masculine singular noun starting with a consonant sound.

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  • 9. 

    De + la = __________

    Explanation
    The given equation "de + la" is a combination of the preposition "de" and the definite article "la" in Spanish. When these two words are combined, they form the contraction "de la." This contraction is used to indicate possession or origin, and it translates to "of the" or "from the" in English.

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  • 10. 

    De + les = __________

    Explanation
    When the preposition "de" is followed by the definite article "les," they combine to form the contraction "des." This contraction is used to indicate a plural noun or a general quantity of something. In this case, "de + les" becomes "des," which is the correct answer.

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  • 11. 

    Pour les prochains 16 problèmes, donnez les participes passés des verbes vandetramp: Devenir = __________

    Explanation
    The correct answer is "devenu" because it is the past participle of the verb "devenir" in French. The verb "devenir" means "to become" in English.

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  • 12. 

    Revenir = __________

    Explanation
    The word "revenu" is the past participle form of the verb "revenir" in French. It is used to indicate that someone or something has returned or come back. The past participle form is used in compound tenses, such as the passé composé, to express actions that have been completed in the past. In this case, "revenu" is the correct form of the verb to match with the subject and tense of the sentence.

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  • 13. 

    Monter = __________

    Explanation
    The word "monter" is a verb in French, which means "to climb" or "to go up". The given answer "monté" is the past participle form of the verb "monter" in masculine singular form. It is used to indicate actions that have already been completed in the past.

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  • 14. 

    Rentrer = __________

    Explanation
    The correct answer is "rentré" because it is the past participle form of the verb "rentrer" in French. The verb "rentrer" means "to return" or "to go back" in English. The past participle "rentré" is used to form compound tenses, such as the passé composé, in combination with the auxiliary verb "être" or "avoir".

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  • 15. 

    Sortir = __________

    Explanation
    Sortir is a French verb that means "to go out" or "to leave." In this case, the correct answer "sorti" is the past participle form of the verb. This form is used to indicate that the action of going out or leaving has already been completed in the past.

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  • 16. 

    Venir = __________

    Explanation
    Venir is a French verb that means "to come." The correct form of the verb in the past participle is "venu." This form is used when expressing actions that have already been completed in the past. Therefore, "venu" is the correct answer as it matches the correct form of the verb venir in the past participle tense.

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  • 17. 

    Aller = __________

    Explanation
    The correct answer is "allé" because it is the past participle form of the verb "aller" in French. "Aller" means "to go" in English, and "allé" is used when referring to the action of going that has already been completed in the past.

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  • 18. 

    Naître = __________

    Explanation
    The word "naître" is a French verb that means "to be born." The correct answer, "né," is the past participle form of "naître," which means "born" in English. Therefore, "né" is the appropriate word to complete the given sentence.

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  • 19. 

    Descendre = __________

    Explanation
    The correct answer is "descendu" because "descendre" is a French verb that means "to descend" or "to go down." In this case, "descendu" is the past participle form of the verb, which is used to indicate a completed action in the past.

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  • 20. 

    Entrer = __________

    Explanation
    The correct answer is "entré" because it is the past participle form of the verb "entrer" in French. The verb "entrer" means "to enter" in English. In this case, "entré" is used to describe a masculine noun that has entered or has been entered into a certain place or situation.

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  • 21. 

    Retourner = __________

    Explanation
    The given question asks for the French word that corresponds to "retourner". The correct answer is "retourné", which is the past participle form of the verb "retourner". The past participle is used to form compound tenses in French, such as the passé composé.

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  • 22. 

    Tomber = __________

    Explanation
    The word "tombé" is the past participle form of the verb "tomber" in French. It is used to describe the action of falling or dropping in the past tense. Therefore, "tombé" is the correct form of the verb to use when referring to something or someone that has fallen or dropped.

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  • 23. 

    Arriver = __________

    Explanation
    The given correct answer for the question is "arrivé". This is the past participle form of the verb "arriver" in French. It is used to indicate that someone or something has arrived.

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  • 24. 

    Mourir = __________

    Explanation
    The correct answer is "mort" because "mourir" is a French verb that means "to die." "Mort" is the past participle of "mourir" and is used to describe someone or something that has died.

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  • 25. 

    Passer = __________

    Explanation
    The word "passé" is the past participle of the verb "passer" in French. It is used to describe something or someone that is outdated, old-fashioned, or no longer in fashion. In this context, "passé" can be seen as an adjective that means "outdated" or "behind the times".

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  • 26. 

    Les verbes VANDERTRAMP sont bizarres pour deux raisons.  Pourquoi ?

    • A.

      They take avoir and they are spelled backwards

    • B.

      They take avoir and their past participles agree with the subject

    • C.

      They take être and they are spelled backwards

    • D.

      They take être and their past participles agree with the subject

    Correct Answer
    D. They take être and their past participles agree with the subject
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "they take être and their past participles agree with the subject." The explanation for this is that the VANDERTRAMP verbs, also known as the Dr. Mrs. Vandertramp verbs, are a group of verbs in French that use être as their auxiliary verb in the compound tenses (such as passé composé) and their past participles agree in gender and number with the subject. This means that if the subject is masculine singular, the past participle will also be masculine singular, and so on. This is different from other verbs that use avoir as their auxiliary verb, where the past participle remains unchanged regardless of the subject.

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  • 27. 

    Pour les prochaines phrases, ajoute la bonne terminaison (ending) à l’adjéctif: Une voiture japonais __________

    Correct Answer
    e
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "Une voiture japonaise." In French, when describing a feminine noun (such as "voiture"), the adjective must agree in gender and number. Since "japonais" is masculine and singular, it needs to be changed to "japonaise" to match the feminine singular noun "voiture."

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  • 28. 

    Des personnes riche __________

    Correct Answer
    s
  • 29. 

    Une tante généreu __________

    Correct Answer
    se
  • 30. 

    Des écrivains origin__________

    Correct Answer
    aux
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "aux" because it is the contracted form of the preposition "à" followed by the plural article "les". In this sentence, "des écrivains" means "some writers" and "aux" indicates that the writers are from a specific origin or location.

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  • 31. 

    Une artiste original __________

    Correct Answer
    e
  • 32. 

    Des filles ponctuel __________

    Correct Answer
    les
  • 33. 

    Des copains sportif __________

    Correct Answer
    s
  • 34. 

    Ma cousine canadien__________

    Correct Answer
    ne
  • 35. 

    Pour la prochaine dialogue (questions 35-40), faites le choix logique. Paul et Léa parlent du weekend. Tu fais __________ ce weekend?

    • A.

      Une chose

    • B.

      Quelque chose

    Correct Answer
    B. Quelque chose
    Explanation
    In this dialogue, Paul and Léa are discussing their plans for the weekend. The question is asking what Paul is going to do this weekend. The correct answer is "quelque chose" which means "something" in English. This is the logical choice because it implies that Paul has plans or activities in mind for the weekend, but it does not specify what exactly he will be doing. "Une chose" means "one thing" which does not fit the context of the question as it suggests that Paul has only one specific activity planned.

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  • 36. 

    Non, je ne fais __________.

    • A.

      Pas

    • B.

      Rien

    Correct Answer
    B. Rien
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "rien" because it completes the sentence "Non, je ne fais..." which means "No, I don't do..." In this case, "rien" means "nothing," indicating that the person is not doing anything.

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  • 37. 

    Est-ce que tu as __________ visité le zoo à Vincennes?

    • A.

      Déjà

    • B.

      D'abord

    Correct Answer
    A. Déjà
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "déjà". The word "déjà" means "already" in English. In the given sentence, it is used to ask if the person has already visited the zoo in Vincennes. This suggests that the speaker is curious about whether the person has had the experience of visiting the zoo before.

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  • 38. 

    Non, je n'ai __________ été là-bas

    • A.

      Jamais

    • B.

      Rien

    Correct Answer
    B. Rien
    Explanation
    In this sentence, the correct answer is "rien". The sentence is negating the speaker's experience of being there. The word "jamais" means "never" and "rien" means "nothing". However, "jamais" is not used in this context because it is used to negate a verb, while "rien" is used to negate a noun. Therefore, "rien" is the appropriate word to use in this sentence to convey the meaning of "I have never been there".

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  • 39. 

    Allons-y samedi __________ ?

    • A.

      Prochain

    • B.

      Dernier

    Correct Answer
    A. Prochain
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "prochain" because it means "next" in French. The question is asking "Are we going on Saturday next?" which implies going on the upcoming Saturday.

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  • 40. 

    Bonne idée!  __________ la visite, je vais prendre des photos.

    • A.

      Dans

    • B.

      Pendant

    Correct Answer
    B. Pendant
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "Pendant". In this sentence, the phrase "Pendant la visite" means "During the visit". The speaker is expressing their intention to take photos during the visit. The word "Pendant" is used to indicate a duration of time in which an action takes place. Therefore, it is the appropriate word to complete the sentence in this context.

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  • 41. 

    Pour la prochaine dialogue (questions 41-44) , faites le choix logique.  Antoine rencontre Zoë au café. Tu attends __________ ?

    • A.

      Quelqu'un

    • B.

      Quelque chose

    Correct Answer
    A. Quelqu'un
    Explanation
    The question is asking what Antoine is waiting for at the café. The correct answer is "quelqu'un" which means "someone" in English. This is the logical choice because Antoine is meeting Zoë at the café, so he would be waiting for someone to arrive.

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  • 42. 

    Non, je n’attends __________.

    • A.

      Personne

    • B.

      Une personne

    Correct Answer
    A. Personne
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "personne" because the sentence is negating the action of waiting. In French, when negating a verb, the word "personne" is used instead of "quelqu'un" or "une personne". So, the sentence translates to "No, I am not waiting for anyone."

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  • 43. 

    -Tu veux aller voir Fantômas au cinéma ?  -J’ai                vu ce film

    • A.

      Déjà

    • B.

      Souvent

    Correct Answer
    A. Déjà
    Explanation
    The person has already seen the movie "Fantômas" before.

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  • 44. 

    Quand ?                deux jours.  Dommage !

    • A.

      Depuis

    • B.

      Il y a

    Correct Answer
    B. Il y a
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "Il y a". This phrase is used to indicate a past event or action that occurred a certain amount of time ago. In this context, it suggests that something happened "deux jours" (two days) ago, and it is expressed with a sense of regret or disappointment with the word "Dommage" (Too bad!).

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  • 45. 

    Devoir : je __________ / tu __________ / il __________ / nous __________ / vous __________ / ils __________ Use slashes to fill in the blank. Example: (parler) parle / parles / parle / parlons / parlez / parlent

    Correct Answer
    dois / dois / doit / devons / devez / doivent
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "dois / dois / doit / devons / devez / doivent". This is the conjugation of the verb "devoir" (to have to) in the present tense for each subject pronoun. "Je" and "tu" both take the form "dois", "il" takes "doit", "nous" takes "devons", "vous" takes "devez", and "ils" takes "doivent".

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  • 46. 

    Pouvoir : je __________ / tu __________ / il __________ / nous __________ / vous __________ / ils __________ Use slashes to fill in the blank. Example: (parler) parle / parles / parle / parlons / parlez / parlent

    Correct Answer
    peux / peux / peut / pouvons / pouvez / peuvent
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "peux / peux / peut / pouvons / pouvez / peuvent". This is the conjugation of the verb "pouvoir" (to be able to) in the present tense for each pronoun. "Peux" is used for the pronouns "je" and "tu", "peut" is used for the pronoun "il", "pouvons" is used for the pronoun "nous", "pouvez" is used for the pronoun "vous", and "peuvent" is used for the pronoun "ils".

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  • 47. 

    Vouloir: je __________ / tu __________ / il __________ / nous __________ / vous __________ / ils __________ Use slashes to fill in the blank. Example: (parler) parle / parles / parle / parlons / parlez / parlent

    Correct Answer
    veux / veux / veut / voulons / voulez / veulent
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "veux / veux / veut / voulons / voulez / veulent". This is the conjugation of the verb "vouloir" (to want) in the present tense for different subjects. "Je veux" means "I want", "tu veux" means "you want" (informal), "il veut" means "he wants", "nous voulons" means "we want", "vous voulez" means "you want" (formal/plural), and "ils veulent" means "they want".

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  • 48. 

    Boire : je __________ / tu __________ / il __________ / nous __________ / vous __________ / ils __________ Use slashes to fill in the blank. Example: (parler) parle / parles / parle / parlons / parlez / parlent

    Correct Answer
    bois / bois / boit / buvons / buvez / boivent
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "bois / bois / boit / buvons / buvez / boivent". This is the correct conjugation of the verb "boire" (to drink) in the present tense for each subject pronoun: "je bois" (I drink), "tu bois" (you drink), "il boit" (he drinks), "nous buvons" (we drink), "vous buvez" (you drink), "ils boivent" (they drink).

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  • 49. 

    Pour les dialogues suivantes, choisissez entre l’article défini, l’article indéfini,  et l’article partitif : Zoé et Juliet sont au restaurant Est-ce tu veux __________ poulet?

    • A.

      Du

    • B.

      Le

    Correct Answer
    A. Du
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "du". In this dialogue, the speaker is asking if the person wants some chicken. The partitive article "du" is used to indicate an unspecified quantity of a mass noun, in this case, chicken. The definite article "le" would imply a specific chicken, which is not the intended meaning in this context.

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  • 50. 

    Non, je n'aime pas __________ viande.

    • A.

      La

    • B.

      De la

    Correct Answer
    A. La
    Explanation
    In this sentence, the correct answer is "la". The phrase "Non, je n'aime pas la viande" translates to "No, I don't like meat". The word "la" is used to indicate that the speaker does not like "the" meat in general.

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