French Movie Vocabulary: Quiz!

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French Movie Vocabulary: Quiz!

How well do you know French movie vocabulary? This quiz features some of the more well-known words ever uttered in the history of French film. The French words in this quiz include, what does Un personnage mean, what is Un film, what about Un Comique, Le public, Les paillettes, and Le Prix. These are all French words that correlate to French movies, and you must verify their definitions. You can do it.


Questions and Answers
  • 1. 
    Une étoile
    • A. 

      A trailer

    • B. 

      Glitter

    • C. 

      Un réalisateur

    • D. 

      A star

  • 2. 
    Un personnage
    • A. 

      A character

    • B. 

      A comedy

    • C. 

      A sound

    • D. 

      A prop

  • 3. 
    Un film
    • A. 

      A festival

    • B. 

      A movie

    • C. 

      A prize

    • D. 

      To shoot

  • 4. 
    Un/e comique
    • A. 

      A comedy

    • B. 

      A classic

    • C. 

      A comedian

    • D. 

      Credits

  • 5. 
    Un comédien, une comedienne
    • A. 

      An actor, an actress

    • B. 

      A flop

    • C. 

      An audience member

    • D. 

      A famous person

  • 6. 
    Le tapis rouge
    • A. 

      To come out

    • B. 

      A cartoonist

    • C. 

      The red carpet

    • D. 

      A chick flick

  • 7. 
    Le public
    • A. 

      The credits

    • B. 

      The actress

    • C. 

      The comedy

    • D. 

      The audience

  • 8. 
    Les paillettes
    • A. 

      The red carpet

    • B. 

      The flop

    • C. 

      The glitter

    • D. 

      The tuxedo

  • 9. 
    Le spectateur, la spectatrice
    • A. 

      The film goer

    • B. 

      The glitter

    • C. 

      The character

    • D. 

      The award, the prize

  • 10. 
    Le prix
    • A. 

      Famous

    • B. 

      The award, the prize

    • C. 

      The character

    • D. 

      The prop

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