will you be able to answer the general knowledge test?

Plastic isn’t everything. To integrate the real final of the election of Miss France, it is not enough to be beautiful, it is also necessary to have spirit. If Miss France remains above all a beauty contest, the candidates must pass a certain number of tests to hope to be among the 15 regional misses who will really make the show in front of the cameras of TF1. The queen intellectual test is the famous general culture test which asks questions about current events, sciences, personalities or even history.

So here are the 40 questions on which the Miss of this year may have broken their teeth. A quiz in the form of a multiple choice questionnaire, which may have helped some candidates or trapped others. There is only one solution to triumph: knowing the answers and not leaving it to chance. “I chose to redo a MCQ, explained the schoolteacher of the day, Sylvie Tellier. I do not remove a point when the answer is false and those who do not know but are lucky, so much the better for them! There is news, a little geography and logic, arts and entertainment or sport. It always stresses me to know if the test is difficult or not. The latter is not intended to break them down. My goal is that they all have the average and bring out the best three. Usually, it is quite close to the Terminale program. “

And you, will you pass the test?

The first questions …

1. One of the following countries is not part of the European Union?
To. Austria
b. Bulgaria
vs. Norway

2. In which city is the European Parliament located?
To. Brussels
b. Geneva
c. Strasbourg

3. What is the name of the Minister of the Interior now?
a. Christopher Castaner
b. Bernard Cazeneuve
vs. Edouard Philippe
d. Gérald Darmanin

4. The Schengen agreements correspond to:
To. The creation of a European army
b. Compulsory mastery of a second language
vs. The removal of customs barriers

5. The Geneva Convention (July 28, 1951) concerns:
To. Right of asylum
b. Trade relations between Switzerland and European countries
vs. The neutrality

6. In what year was the death penalty abolished in France?
a. 1968
b. 1974
c. 1981

7. In what year in France were women able to use the right to vote for the first time?
a. 1789
b. 1945
c. 1968

8. In what year did the Berlin Wall fall?
a. 1961
b. 1989
c. 1990

9. Which King of France was guillotined on January 21, 1793?
a. Charles X
b. Louis XVI
c. Louis XV

10. In what year did Algeria become independent?
a. 1948
b. 1956
c. 1962

French language

1. Who is the author of the novel Germinal ?
a. Albert Camus
b. Emile Zola
vs. Marguerite Yourcenar
Mr. Victor Hugo

2. The adjective imminent means:
the. Live
b. Important
vs. Very close

3. Demonstrating self-sacrifice is …
To. Selflessly devote
b. Be sneaky
vs. Respond negatively to any proposal

4. A consensus is:
To. An official meeting
b. A restrictive article in a law
vs. An agreement between several people

5. Pragmatic means:
a. Incommode
b. Fancy
vs. Practical, concrete

6. How do you write:
to. Land
b. To land
c. Terrify
d. Aterire

7. What does under the aegis of …
To. At the orders of
b. Driven by
vs. Under the protection of

8. What does “altruism” mean?
To. Take an interest in and devote oneself to others
b. Take risks
vs. Succeed brilliantly

9. “Ostracism” means:
To. Indiscreet display of a benefit or quality
b. Segregation in a group
vs. Development of nationalism in a country

10. Conjugate the verb “acquire” in the 1st person present indicative:
a. J’acquiers
b. I acquire
vs. I acquired
d. I acquire

Arts and entertainment

1. By what specialty did Le Corbusier make himself known above all?
a. L’architecture
b. Dance
vs. The painting

2. What is the name of the last mission of the French astronaut Thomas Pesquet?
To. Beta
b. Proxima
vs. Alpha
d. Omega

3. Who painted The Last Judgment in the Sistine Chapel in Rome:
a. Leonardo da Vinci
b. Raphael
vs. Michelangelo

4. In which city can a film receive the Golden Lion?
To. Venice
b. Deauville
vs. Berlin

5. In which city were the last summer Olympic games held?
To. Seoul
b. Tokyo
vs. Beijing
d. Osaka

6. The Angoulême festival is dedicated to?
to. The BD
b. Children’s literature
vs. The music

7. Name two cities where you can see a Pantheon:
a. Paris
b. Athens
vs. Rome
d. Washington

8. What city do we call the “Venice of the North”?
a. Bruges
b. Amsterdam
vs. Hamburg

9. Which musical has become the biggest hit of all time?
a. La La Land
b. Grease
c. West Side Story
d. The Lion King

10. What is the French title of the last James Bond “No Time To Die”?
To. We only live twice
b. Live and Let Die
vs. To die can wait
d. Die another day

Geography

1. Which of the following pairs are the most distant cities?
To. Lille-Rouen
b. Nice-Toulon
vs. Angers-Lyon

2. Which of these countries has no sea front?
To. Poland
b. Bulgaria
vs. Hungary
d. Romania

3. The adjective “austral” refers to:
To. The southern half of the globe
b. The northern half of the terrestrial globe
vs. Australia
d. Austria

4. Which country is not part of the Maghreb?
a. Tunisie
b. Algeria
vs. Turkey
d. Morocco

5. What is the capital of Senegal?
the. Dakar
b. Abidjan
c. Bamako
d. Ouagadougou

Logic

1. If 1 is equal to 5, 2 is equal to 25, 3 to 605, 4 to 10855, 5 is equal to what?
To. 5 equals 1
b. 5 equals 2
vs. 5 equals 5
d. 5 equals 25

2. Complete this logical sequence: 89-87-83-77-69
a. 59
b. 47
c. 53
d. 62

3.What day comes three days after the day that comes two days after the day that comes immediately after the day that comes two days after Monday?
To. Tuesday
b. Wednesday
vs. Thusday
d. Friday
And. Samedi
f. Sunday

4. Which three are missing? JFMAMJJAS -? -? -?
a. M-A-M
b. J-F-M
c. J-O-A
d. O-N-D
e. D-M-A

5. I am 48 years old but I have celebrated my birthday only 12 times, why?
To. Because i’m actually 36 years old
b. Because I was born on a Monday
vs. Because I was born on February 29
d. Because I was born on December 31
e. Because i am a man

The answers are …

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vs. Norway
c. Strasbourg
d. Gérald Darmanin
vs. The removal of customs barriers
To. Right of asylum
c. 1981
b. 1945
b. 1989
b. Louis XVI
c. 1962

b. Emile Zola
vs. Very close
To. Selflessly devote
vs. An agreement between several people
b. To land
vs. Under the protection of
To. Take an interest in and devote oneself to others
b. Segregation in a group
a. J’acquiers

a. L’architecture
vs. Alpha
vs. Michelangelo
To. Venice
b. Tokyo
to. The BD
To. Paris and c. Rome
a. Bruges
d. The Lion King
c. To die can wait

vs. Angers-Lyon
vs. Hungary
To. The southern half of the globe
vs. Turkey
the. Dakar
To. 5 equals 1
a. 59
To. Tuesday
d. O-N-D
vs. Because I was born on February 29

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