Still fun though
But Vélo is easier to say and to write so people tend to say and write it.
I've done a lot of cycling in France and in my experience it was almost always vélo. Bicyclette wouldn't necessarily sound strange, but neuf times out of dix people used vélo.
I only managed 7 this time but I will be coming back for more.
Although I came close with 2 others…, spelled ‘rarely’ the Spanish way and switched the ‘g’ and ‘n’ in ‘Spain’
Correct me if I am wrong or missing something native French speakers.
"Glace" stands for "Ice, Sorbet, Ice Cream, Mirror".
TBH, lots of French use the word "Glace" to designate a frozen sweet, including both ice cream and sorbet. But when a French says that he want a "Crème Glacée", he is asking for an "Ice Cream" and nothing else, therefore, it is the most accurate translation.
This comment only applies to French from France. I do not know how it goes in the other French speaking countries, and as French is way bigger than France, it is likely that my statement does not apply to all French speakers. But as you put the French flag in the picture of the quiz, I am going to assume that we focus on French form France.
Very cool quiz nonetheless ! ^^
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