Due to coronavirus social media pub quizzes are becoming very popular. Remember to stay at least two meters away from everyone including people on your computer screen.
Everyone in the world love a great pub quiz! There are so many reasons people join in with a weekly team at their local pub or nowadays online!
Why quizzes are awesome?
You will for sure learn something new
Good excuse to have a drink / a meal between friends
Best way to meet new people
If you read this blog you might not know that The Language House often organises International pub quiz. Today we were live on FB and IG for our first international online pub quiz.
If you missed that opportunity we invite you to have a go and do the quiz again with your friends online. You can share that quiz with everyone / organise your own.
The quiz is divided into 5 categories: Sport / culture / cinema / languages / food
There are 10 questions related to Spain France and Britain for each category
The answers are at the end of the quiz don’t check them before doing it! Bonne chance!
- The Language House - Pub QUIZ -
Which country won 2-0 against Brazil in the 2002 World Cup Final?
How many times did France win the world football cup?
Who is the highest paid football player in Spain?
How many times did Liverpool win the Premier League?
Which famous French football player played for Manchester United between 1992 – 1997?
Where is Rafael Nadal from?
How many participants were in the Tour de France bike race in 2019?
Who is the most famous French/American basketball player?
Who is the trainer of Real Madrid?
Where was cricket invented?
What makes up the United Kingdom?
What is the name of the French National Anthem?
What is the name of the races in front of bulls that take place in many cities?
What do the British celebrate on Bonfire night on the 5th November?
What was the nickname of The French King Louis the 14th?
What does “étiquette” mean?
In which English town did Adolf Hitler study art?
Which famous French engineer designed the Eiffel tower?
In which city can you visit Sagrada Familia?
In which city is Puerta del Sol located?
When was titanic first released?
Which is the highest-grossing British film in the UK?
What is the world's longest current affairs programme and also the UK's longest show ever?
What was the actor who played Hannibal Lecter?
In 2008 the movie "Bienvenu chez les Ch'tis" became an instant success at the box office. Who directed this movie and also played one of the main roles?
Which French actor has played in more than 170 films?
How is the film “Hate” called in French? The film is about three young friends and their struggle to live in the banlieues of Paris
What was the name of the movie released in 2001 where the actress Audrey Tautoo played a shy waitress working at a café called “Les deux Moulins”?
What is the title in Spanish of the series: “Money Heist”?
Which Spanish actor played in “The Mask of Zorro” directing by Martin Campbell in 1998?
After English (and Welsh in Wales), which language is the most commonly spoken mother tongue in the UK?
What does a Spaniard say when somebody sneezes?
What does “Cul-de-sac” mean?
What is the name of the most common sound in English?
How many types of article the French language has?
What does the French expression “C’est la vie” mean?
What is the name of the bar you can find on the beach in Spain?
What is the meaning of the slang expression “A tenner” in English?
How do you say goodbye in French?
What does the Spanish expression “¡Qué guay!” mean?
What is the equivalent of 1 kg in pounds?
Which day of the week is most popular for eating chips?
When are the French eating “Crêpes”?
What is the Spanish name of the drink which has Coke and Red wine?
How is steak tartare cooked?
How do you call a Spanish omelette in Spanish?
What is actually foie gras?
English Toffee Day is in which month?
What is the most popular British dish?
What are you meant to reply when a French person says: “Bon appétit”?
Manacor, Spain (Majorca)
South England (1844)
Wales, England, Scotland and Northern Ireland
The failure of Guy Fawkes to blow up the king and Houses of Parliament
The noun "etiquette" describes the requirements of behaviours according to the conventions of society.
La casa de papel
A route or course leading nowhere.
French has three articles: a definite article, an indefinite article, and a partitive article.
A 10 pound not
1 kg = 2.2 pound
2nd of February
Tortilla de patata
By French law, foie gras is defined as the liver of a duck or goose fattened by force-feeding corn with a feeding tube, a process also known as gavage
Fish and Chips