In French, there are two very similar verbs that mean “to remember” – “se souvenir” and “se rappeler”. While they are close in meaning, there is an important difference in how they are used grammatically. This short quiz will test your knowledge on when to use each verb properly.
Before taking the quiz, it is highly recommended that you review the lesson on “The Difference Between ‘Se Souvenir’ and ‘Se Rappeler’“. This lesson clearly explains when to use “se souvenir” versus “se rappeler” depending on if the object is a noun or verb. It also covers special cases where “se rappeler de” is required.
With this foundation on the distinction between these two verbs, you will be well prepared to demonstrate your understanding in the following quiz. Pay close attention to the object that follows each verb and think about whether it is a noun or verb. Apply the rules outlined in the lesson to select the right form of “remember” in French. Good luck!