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  • 1. “ CHORAL MUSIC AND POETRY” Garnock Academy SCOTLAND   Collège Albert Camus FRANCE   IES Fco. Ros Giner SPAIN  Zespół Szkół P. Nr 1 im. POLAND  GENERAL QUESTIONNAIRE
  • 2.
    • France
    • Poland
    • Scotland
    • Spain
  • 3.
    • France
    • Poland
    • Scotland
    • Spain
  • 4.
    • France
    • Poland
    • Scotland
    • Spain
  • 5.
    • France
    • Poland
    • Scotland
    • Spain
    Question 1-d: Which is the border country to Germany, Czech Republic, Ukraine, Belarus, Lithuania and Slovakia?
  • 6.
    • Rainy
    • Cloudy
    • Sunny
    • Very cold
    Question 2-a: What is the weather like in Spain (usually)?
  • 7.
    • Temperate climate
    • Very cold
    • Very hot
    • Extremely snowy
    Question 2-b: What is the weather like in France (usually)?
  • 8.
    • Cold and snowy
    • Hot
    • Tropical
    • Antarctic
    Question 2-c: What is the weather like in Poland (usually)?
  • 9.
    • Tropical
    • Hot and sunny
    • Cold and very rainy
    • Temperate climate
    Question 2-d: What is the weather like in Scotland (usually)?
  • 10.
    • France and Poland
    • Poland and Scotland
    • Scotland and Spain
    • Spain and France
  • 11.
    • France and Poland
    • Poland and Scotland
    • Scotland and Spain
    • Spain and France
    Question 3-b: Which of these countries have a Republic?
  • 12.
    • Spain
    • France
    • Scotland
    • Poland
    Question 4-a: Match this food with the correct country:
  • 13.
    • Spain
    • France
    • Scotland
    • Poland
    Question 4-b: Match this food with the correct country:
  • 14.
    • Spain
    • France
    • Scotland
    • Poland
    Question 4-c: Match this food with the correct country:
  • 15.
    • Spain
    • France
    • Scotland
    • Poland
    Question 4-d: Match this food with the correct country:
  • 16.
    • Voltaire
    • Marie Curie
    • Sean Connery
    • Pedro Almodóvar
  • 17.
    • Voltaire
    • Marie Curie
    • Sean Connery
    • Pedro Almodóvar
  • 18.
    • Voltaire
    • Marie Curie
    • Sean Connery
    • Pedro Almodóvar
  • 19.
    • Voltaire
    • Marie Curie
    • Sean Connery
    • Pedro Almodóvar
  • 20.
    • Ebro
    • Baltic Sea
    • Loch Ness
    • Mont Blanc
  • 21.
    • Ebro
    • Baltic Sea
    • Loch Ness
    • Mont Blanc
  • 22.
    • Ebro
    • Baltic Sea
    • Loch Ness
    • Mont Blanc
  • 23.
    • Ebro
    • Baltic Sea
    • Loch Ness
    • Mont Blanc
  • 24.
    • France
    • Poland
    • Scotland
    • Spain
  • 25.
    • France
    • Poland
    • Scotland
    • Spain
  • 26.
    • France
    • Poland
    • Scotland
    • Spain
  • 27.
    • France
    • Poland
    • Scotland
    • Spain
  • 28.
    • France
    • Poland
    • Scotland
    • Spain
    Question 8-a: Match these politicians with the correct country. 1: José Luis Rodríguez Zapatero.
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    • France
    • Poland
    • Scotland
    • Spain
  • 30.
    • France
    • Poland
    • Scotland
    • Spain
  • 31.
    • France
    • Poland
    • Scotland
    • Spain
  • 32.
    • Hogmanay
    • La Prise de La Bastille
    • Drowning Marzanna
    • San Fermín
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    • Hogmanay
    • La Prise de La Bastille
    • Drowning Marzanna
    • San Fermín
  • 34.
    • Hogmanay
    • La Prise de La Bastille
    • Drowning Marzanna
    • San Fermín
  • 35.
    • Hogmanay
    • La Prise de La Bastille
    • Drowning Marzanna
    • San Fermín
  • 36.
    • France
    • Poland
    • Scotland
    • Spain
  • 37.
    • France
    • Poland
    • Scotland
    • Spain
  • 38.
    • French
    • Polish
    • English, Scottish and Gaelic
    • Spanish, Basque, Catalan and Galician
  • 39.
    • French
    • Polish
    • English, Scottish and Gaelic
    • Spanish, Basque, Catalan and Galician
  • 40.
    • French
    • Polish
    • English, Scottish and Gaelic
    • Spanish, Basque, Catalan and Galician
  • 41.
    • French
    • Polish
    • English, Scottish and Gaelic
    • Spanish, Basque, Catalan and Galician
  • 42.
    • Spain
    • Poland
    • Scotland
    • France
  • 43.
    • Spain
    • Poland
    • Scotland
    • France
  • 44.
    • Spain
    • Poland
    • Scotland
    • France
  • 45.
    • Spain
    • Poland
    • Scotland
    • France
  • 46.
    • 3/25/1957
    • 5/1/2004
    • 1/1/1973
    • 1/1/1986
  • 47.
    • 3/25/1957
    • 5/1/2004
    • 1/1/1973
    • 1/1/1986
  • 48.
    • 3/25/1957
    • 5/1/2004
    • 1/1/1973
    • 1/1/1986
  • 49.
    • 3/25/1957
    • 5/1/2004
    • 1/1/1973
    • 1/1/1986
  • 50.
    • Paris
    • Warsaw
    • Edinburgh
    • Madrid
  • 51.
    • Paris
    • Warsaw
    • Edinburgh
    • Madrid
  • 52.
    • Paris
    • Warsaw
    • Edinburgh
    • Madrid
  • 53.
    • Paris
    • Warsaw
    • Edinburgh
    • Madrid
  • 54.
    • Cinedine Zidane
    • Robert Kubica
    • Steve Archibald
    • Pau Gasol
  • 55.
    • Cinedine Zidane
    • Robert Kubica
    • Steve Archibald
    • Pau Gasol
  • 56.
    • Cinedine Zidane
    • Robert Kubica
    • Steve Archibald
    • Pau Gasol
  • 57.
    • Cinedine Zidane
    • Robert Kubica
    • Steve Archibald
    • Pau Gasol
  • 58.
    • Spain
    • France
    • Scotland
    • Poland
  • 59.
    • Spain
    • France
    • Scotland
    • Poland
  • 60.
    • Spain
    • France
    • Scotland
    • Poland
  • 61.
    • Spain
    • France
    • Scotland
    • Poland
  • 62.
    • Spain
    • France
    • Scotland
    • Poland
  • 63.
    • Spain
    • France
    • Scotland
    • Poland
  • 64.
    • Spain
    • France
    • Scotland
    • Poland
  • 65.
    • Spain
    • France
    • Scotland
    • Poland
  • 66.
    • Spain
    • France
    • Scotland
    • Poland
  • 67.
    • Spain
    • France
    • Scotland
    • Poland
  • 68.
    • Spain
    • France
    • Scotland
    • Poland
  • 69.
    • Spain
    • France
    • Scotland
    • Poland
  • 70.
    • Spain
    • France
    • Scotland
    • Poland
  • 71.
    • Spain
    • France
    • Scotland
    • Poland
  • 72.
    • Spain
    • France
    • Scotland
    • Poland
  • 73.
    • Spain
    • France
    • Scotland
    • Poland
  • 74.
    • Spain
    • France
    • Scotland
    • Poland
  • 75.
    • Spain
    • France
    • Scotland
    • Poland
  • 76.
    • Spain
    • France
    • Scotland
    • Poland
  • 77.
    • Spain
    • France
    • Scotland
    • Poland
  • 78.
    • Frédéric Chopin
    • Manuel de Falla
    • Maurice Ravel
    • Hamish McCunn
    Question 21-a. Match each composer with the correct country: Poland .
  • 79.
    • Frédéric Chopin
    • Manuel de Falla
    • Maurice Ravel
    • Hamish McCunn
    Question 21-b. Match each composer with the correct country: France .
  • 80.
    • Frédéric Chopin
    • Manuel de Falla
    • Maurice Ravel
    • Hamish McCunn
    Question 21-c. Match each composer with the correct country: Scotland .
  • 81.
    • Frédéric Chopin
    • Manuel de Falla
    • Maurice Ravel
    • Hamish McCunn
    Question 21-d. Match each composer with the correct country: Spain .
  • 82.
    • ¡ Hola ! ¿ Cómo te llamas?
    • Cześć ! Jak masz na imię ?
    • Bonjour! Comment t'appelles-tu?
    • Hallo! De an t ainm a thort ?
  • 83.
    • ¡ Bienvenido ! ¡ Encantado de conocerte !
    • Bienvenue! Ravi de faire votre connaissance!
    • Failte ! ` Smath dh`fhaicinn !
    • Witam ! Miło Cię spotkać !
  • 84.
    • Merci!
    • Tapaidh leibh !
    • Dziękuję!
    • ¡Gracias!
  • 85.
    • Tioraidh !
    • Au revoir ! / Salut !
    • ¡ Adiós !
    • Do zobaczenia !
    Question 22-d: How do you say “Bye!” in Scottish Gaelic?
  • 86. Now you can try to answer the next question You can check it on this map.
  • 87. Now you can try to answer the next question This is the only Scotland’s border because it is all surrounded by the ocean.
  • 88. Now you can try to answer the next question But in this map you cannot see Andorra (because it is a very small country) and Morocco (because it is in Africa).
  • 89. Now you can try to answer the next question And Poland is also close to Russia, as this country has a little bit province there.
  • 90. Now you can try to answer the next question That’s true, but at the northern provinces, it is usually rainy and cloudy too (that’s a picture of Asturias, at the very North of Spain.
  • 91. Now you can try to answer the next question The weather in France is colder in the North and in the East, wetter in the West and hotter and sunnier in the South.
  • 92. Now you can try to answer the next question It can be very cold, specially in winter, when temperature can go down to -20ºC. The annual average temperature is just around 7ºC.
  • 93. Now you can try to answer the next question Scotland’s temperate climate is due to the influence of the sea, which keeps what scientists call a temperate oceanic climate.
  • 94. Now you can try to answer the next question Like other countries in Europe, like Sweden, Netherlands or Monaco.
  • 95. Now you can try to answer the next question This is the most usual kind of government in Europe. Most of European countries had a Monarchy, but they finally turned into Republics.
  • 96. Now you can try to answer the next question Its name is “Tortilla de patatas” (Spanish omelet). Other typical Spanish dishes are “Gazpacho” (a sort of tomato soup), “Fabada asturiana” (a stew with beans), etc… and all of them are delicious.
  • 97. Now you can try to answer the next question It is called “Bigos” and you can cook it using meat, mushrooms and prunes.
  • 98. Now you can try to answer the next question The “baguette” is a kind of bread known all over the world. Of course, you can eat it with meat, fish, vegetables… or whatever you like.
  • 99. Now you can try to answer the next question Haggis is a Scottish traditional food. They eat it on 25th January at Burns Suppers that they have to celebrate the birthday of Robert Burns our national poet.
  • 100. Now you can try to answer the next question Marja Skłodowska, better known as Marie Curie (because she married to Pierre Curie) was born in Warsaw on 1867 . She won 2 Nobel Awards and she was the first female teacher at Paris University.
  • 101. Now you can try to answer the next question His real name was François Marie Arouet. He was a French enlightened and, during his life (1694-1778) he was a writer, a philosopher, a lawyer, a historian…
  • 102. Now you can try to answer the next question This actor was born in Edinburg on 1930. He became famous (principally) because of playing character James Bond in many films.
  • 103. Now you can try to answer the next question Pedro Almodóvar is the most famous Spanish director. He was born in Calzada de Calatrava (a small Spanish village) and he has made a lot of good films like “Talk to her”.
  • 104. Now you can try to answer the next question The Mont Blanc is the highest mountain all over Europe and it is in France, but also in Italy (it’s called Monte Bianco in Italian).
  • 105. Now you can try to answer the next question The Ebro is the longest and most abundant river in Spain (well, the longest is the Tajo, but Spain shares it with Portugal). It flows to the Mediterranean Sea.
  • 106. Now you can try to answer the next question This sea is very shallow (its average depth is only 57 m) and it is the largest deposit of amber in the world. The quality of this amber is very high too.
  • 107. Now you can try to answer the next question This lake is worldwide known for the legend of its Monster. Some people say that the have seen it, but nobody has ever proof its existence.
  • 108. Now you can try to answer the next question Pablo Ruiz Picasso was born in Malaga (Spain) on 1881 and died in Mougins (France) 1973. He is one of the XXth century most famous painters.
  • 109. Now you can try to answer the next question Victor Hugo (1802-1885) is one of the most important French writers, but he was also interested in politics, art, philosophy…
  • 110. Now you can try to answer the next question Hamish McCunn was a Scottish Romantic Composer, born in Greenock and the son of a shipowner. His most famous piece is the overture “The Land of the Mountain and the Flood”.
  • 111. Now you can try to answer the next question Adam Mickiewicz (1798-1885) was born in Poland. He was a poet and a Polish patriot, whose work was the beginning of the romantic poetry in this country.
  • 112. Now you can try to answer the next question José Luis Rodríguez Zapatero is the President of the Spanish Government.
  • 113. Now you can try to answer the next question Nicolas Sarkozy is the President of the French Republic.
  • 114. Now you can try to answer the next question David Cameron is the Prime Minister of the United Kingdom.
  • 115. Now you can try to answer the next question Donald Tusk is the Prime Minister of the Popular Republic of Poland.
  • 116. Now you can try to answer the next question The Celebration of the Bastille (July 14 th ) is the French national party. They remember the day when French Revolution started.
  • 117. Now you can try to answer the next question This traditional Polish custom is a way to say the winter good bye.
  • 118. Now you can try to answer the next question Hogmanay is the term used in Scotland for New Year’s Eve celebrations. Bells ring out at the stroke of midnight and all the people of a village or town form a circle and hold hands with their arms crossed singing a traditional Scottish song – Auld Lang Syne.
  • 119. Now you can try to answer the next question This Spanish custom takes place in a town called Pamplona. People run in front of bulls in order to drive them to their destination. There, the party ends with a bullfighting.
  • 120. Now you can try to answer the next question France has a total surface of 670 000 km².
  • 121. Now you can try to answer the next question Scotland has a total surface of 79 000 km².
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  • 126. Now you can try to answer the next question The croissant is a typical French product. You can mix it with butter, chocolate, jam , ham, etc…
  • 127. Now you can try to answer the next question The “Jamón ibérico” (a kind of ham) is made from the pig leg. It has to be much to be in a cold and salted place in order to get its special taste.
  • 128. Now you can try to answer the next question The tradition of whisky is widely associated with Scottish heritage. The whiskies produced in this country are distilled twice and allowed to mature in an oak cask for three years.
  • 129. Now you can try to answer the next question The Sernik is a typical Polish cheese cake.
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  • 134. Now you can try to answer the next question Other important Polish cities are Craiova, Wroclaw, Poznan or Gdansk. The Warsaw Mermaid in the Old Town Market Place, Warsaw
  • 135. Now you can try to answer the next question Other important Spanish cities are Barcelona, Valencia or Seville. The Cibeles Fountain in Madrid
  • 136. Now you can try to answer the next question Other important French cities are Rennes, Caen, Lyon, Toulouse or Marseille. View of Paris from the Notre Dame Cathedral
  • 137. Now you can try to answer the next question Other important Scottish cities are Inverness, Dundee or Aberdeen. View of Edinburgh's Old Town from the Scott Monument
  • 138. Now you can try to answer the next question Pau Gasol is a Spanish basketball player. He started his career in Spain but, nowadays, he plays in the USA, at LA Lakers.
  • 139. Now you can try to answer the next question Robert Kubica is a F1 pilot. He is probably the most famous Polish sport player. Today, he competes in the Lotus Renault Team.
  • 140. Now you can try to answer the next question Zinedine Zidane was born in Marseille, but he has Algerian descent. He is considered one of the best football player of all time. Now he is retired.
  • 141. Now you can try to answer the next question Steve Archibald is considered one of the best Scottish football player. He is retired but he has competed many times with the Scottish National Team.
  • 142. Now you can try to answer the next question Notre Dame Cathedral is one of the most popular monuments in Paris (capital of France). This gothic building has also appeared in many films like “The Hunchback of Notre Dame”.
  • 143. Now you can try to answer the next question The Alhambra is one of the most famous monuments in Spain and in the world. It is a group of Muslim palaces that has been recognized as a very valuable cultural heritage.
  • 144. Now you can try to answer the next question Wawel Cathedral is a monument that has experimented many changes during its life. For example, its Baroque furnishings were generally designed by outstanding Italian architects.
  • 145. Now you can try to answer the next question The National Monument in the City of Edinburgh is Scotland’s memorial to those who died fighting for the United Kingdom in the Napoleonic Wars, notable for being only partially completed.
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  • 150. Now you can try to answer the next question The Polish National Anthem was written in 1797 by Józef Wybicki and the source of the melody is unclear, but usually ascribed to Michal Kleofas Oginski.
  • 151. Now you can try to answer the next question “ La Marseillaise” is the French National Anthem. It is called this way because the Marseille troops were singing it as they entered Paris on 1792.
  • 152. Now you can try to answer the next question The Spanish National Anthem has no official lyrics, but Spanish people are so proud of singing it that they use the syllable “ Na ” to follow the music’s rythm.
  • 153. Now you can try to answer the next question “ God Save the Queen” is the official anthem shared by Scotland, England, Wales and Northern Ireland. Depending on the gender of ruling monarch, it can change to “God save the King”.
  • 154. Now you can try to answer the next question This costume is typical from the South of Spain, but there are different ones in other provinces. The one in the picture is traditional in Madrid, for example.
  • 155. Now you can try to answer the next question The tartans of the kilts indicate which clan you belong to. When wearing a kilt, one must also wear a flash, which is a garter worn around the top of the socks that come to the knees. This makes up part of the traditional dress.
  • 156. Now you can try to answer the next question This costume has been used many times by Polish folk groups in a lot of exhibitions. In the picture, we can see one of these groups (from Lublin).
  • 157. Now you can try to answer the next question As in Spain, there are many different traditional costumes in France, depending on the region we consider. This one is another kind.
  • 158. Now you can try to answer the next question Jacques Prévert (1900-1977) became famous because of his particular style. He wrote about life in Paris and life after the Second World War.
  • 159. Now you can try to answer the next question We have already talked about Adam Mickiewicz (1798-1855). Remember that he was a very important Polish poet and patriot.
  • 160. Now you can try to answer the next question Robert Burns (1759-1796) was Born in Alloway and died in Dumfries after leading a very full and exciting life.
  • 161. Now you can try to answer the next question Federico García Lorca (1898-1936) was born in Granada and he wrote about the popular culture of this area. He was killed because of the Spanish Civil War.
  • 162. Now you can try to answer the next question Frédéric Chopin (his real name was Fryderyc Szopen) was a Polish musician. He composed mainly piano music like “Etiuda Rewolucyjna” (Revolutionary Study).
  • 163. Now you can try to answer the next question Maurice Ravel (1875-1937) was a French composer. His “Bolero” is one of the best known melodies in the world.
  • 164. Now you can try to answer the next question We have already talked about Hamish McCunn. He composed different kinds of music. Some of his most famous compositions are the operas “Diarmind” and “Jeanie Deans”.
  • 165. Now you can try to answer the next question He was the most important nationalist composer in Spain. Some of his most popular compositions are “El amor brujo” y “La vida breve”.
  • 166. Now you can try to answer the next question Remember: ¡Hola! ¿Cómo te llamas?
  • 167. Now you can try to answer the next question Remember: Bienvenue! Ravi de faire votre connaissance!
  • 168. Now you can try to answer the next question Remember: Dziękuję!
  • 169. Remember: Tioraidh!
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