The Little Prince is your favorite book if you get 5/5 on this quiz

Published on
May 2, 2024

7:20 p.m.
By Alexia Malige

The little Prince by Antoine de Saint-Exupéry is one of the great classics that you know by heart? So prove to us that you’ve read it more than once by answering these five questions.

Where is the narrator forced to crash land due to a problem with his plane?

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He lands in the Sahara Desert.

What animal does the Little Prince ask the aviator to draw for him?

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The Little Prince asks him to draw him a sheep.

Where does the Little Prince come from?

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He explains that he comes from the asteroid B 612, which was discovered by a Turkish explorer that unfortunately no one took seriously.

What threatens the Little Prince’s planet?

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The baobabs. He tries to tear them out regularly so that they don’t completely invade the planet.

What term does the fox teach the Little Prince?

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He explains to him what the term “tame” means.

Congratulations !

You got a score of [[ score ]]/[[ questions ]]Congratulations !

You actually know very well The little Prince and it’s not easy to trick you into the story. This work obviously had a profound impact on you and you will never forget its intelligence and poetry.

Good game !

You got a score of [[ score ]]/[[ questions ]]Good game !

There were a few little mix-ups, but overall you did very well. You read The little Prince in your youth and if certain memories of the book begin to fade, you simply need to dive back into it in order to rediscover the work of Saint-Exupéry.

Ouch

You got a score of [[ score ]]/[[ questions ]]Ouch

Either you have never read The little Prince, or you seriously need to refresh your memory… In either case, delving into the work of Saint-Exupéry won’t do you any harm!

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