Soup – starter – main – salad/cheese – dessert – coffee
Soup – starter – main – dessert – salad/cheese – coffee
Starter – soup – main – dessert – salad/cheese – coffee
A late-comer – 68% of French people habitually arrive late.
A baby-boomer, a child of the sixties.
A veteran of the events of May 1968.
The principal ballet dancer at the Opéra in Paris.
The Ministère Public, the French public prosecutor.
The mayor – the term refers to the town hall.
One of the early Cro-Magnon tribes at Les Eyzies.
Natives of Pas-de-Calais - a famous coal mining region.
French colonials in Algeria.
The local representative of the French state.
A junior-ranking school prefect.
A past participle in a subordinate clause.
Simone de Beauvoir
I stood him up.
I made a fool out of him.
I boxed his ears.
Believe in God – you have everything to gain and nothing to lose.
The roulette table can be beaten with a mathematical formula.
Democracy is like gambling, except the people always lose.
The bell-pull used by Louis XIV to summon his meals.
Chef’s trousers, which became today’s hound’s tooth pattern.
The ribbon holding the medal of an order of French knights.
Does not once use the letter “e” in any of its 300 pages.
Leaves all the pages blank, except for the title page.
Repeats the question “Où es-tu?” 25,000 times.
Thirty women who heroically stormed La Bastille.
The period of economic growth in France from 1945 to 1975.
The thirty French cathedrals that survived the Reformation.
Dating – Minitel was a precursor to the Internet.
Sleeping – Minitel was a chain of small hotels.
Sending flowers – Minitel was later bought by Interflora.
Lacoste initially made crocodile skin bags and shoes.
René Lacoste was nicknamed "le crocodile" by his fans.
René Lacoste's father was eaten by a crocodile.
Universal adult suffrage.
The members of the Assemblée Nationale (lower house).
Mayors and other locally elected officials.
Le Comte de Monte-Cristo
Charles de Gaulle