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And here are Vanessa’s answers to her lovely French Christmas quiz that I reblogged a few days ago.

Take care and keep laughing!

Sarah x

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The SF and I overwhelmed by snow - but not yet this year The SF and I overwhelmed by snow – but not yet this year

I hope you had a lovely, peaceful and rewarding Christmas. How did you get on with the quiz? If you resorted to the internet you can deduct 10 points immediately. Here are the answers, with my notes about each one.

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Life on La Lune

A very Happy Christmas to all my readers

Mistletoe - abundant in our area Mistletoe – abundant in our area

Here’s something to stretch your brain cells once you’ve stretched your waistbands: the annual Life on La Lune Christmas Quiz. Twenty questions about French history, literature, gastronomy, language, etc. with multiple choice answers.

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