Offbeat Here is the so dreaded general culture test of Miss France 2022

12:05  25 november  2021
12:05  25 november  2021 Source:   purepeople.com

French police evacuates migrants from makeshift camp

  French police evacuates migrants from makeshift camp GRANDE-SYNTHE, France (AP) — French police on Tuesday have evacuated migrants from a makeshift camp near Dunkirk, in northern France, where at least 1,500 people gathered in hopes of making it across the English Channel to Britain. Migrants, including some families with young children, could be seen packing their few belongings as police were encircling the camp early Tuesday morning, on the site of a former industrial complex in Grande-Synthe, east of Dunkirk.

  Voici le tant redouté test de culture générale de Miss France 2022 © Loic Venance / Getty Images

It is also expected that the subjects of the baccalaureate of philosophy. Here it is, here it is: it is the traditional general culture test of Miss France . Every year, claiming to the Crown must confront a multiple choice questionnaire, approaching the subjects of geography, history, politics, logic, English ... Novelty of this year: on the forty questions, many relate to the French language .

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Who is the author of Germinal? Who is the Minister of the Interior? In what year was the death penalty abolished? In what year did the Berlin Wall fell? As many questions to which the 29 candidates of this edition 2022 had to answer, between two photo sessions and a fit for the parades. "It is the important test, mythical of the Miss France adventure that we dread the most," said Miss Normandy in the columns of the Parisian.

The note obtained in this event will be taken into account in the contest, which will take place on December 11 in Caen. And you, how many points will you get? You can pass the test on the Paris website.

Camped in Calais, migrants renew resolve to try for England .
CALAIS, France (AP) — At the makeshift camps in France near Calais and Dunkirk, migrants are digging in, waiting for their chance to make a dash across the English Channel despite the deaths of at least 27 people this week when their boat sank a few miles (kilometers) from the French coast. Police have stepped up patrols in recent days and the weather has worsened, making this a bad time to attempt a crossing. But most migrants say the tragedy won’t prevent them from climbing into a flimsy inflatable boat packed with up to 50 people in hopes of reaching Britain.

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