This activity is perfect for students to get to know each other, and at the same time practice their conversational French skills. It's good for beginner French students, since students are provided with prompt to ask/answer the questions, and also given options of responses for each question. It can be used as a small group activity or partners, as it is quite versatile. I had students work in pairs, taking turns asking each other questions. To make it more fun, each group of 2 was given 7 popsicle sticks, each one with a number from 1-7 on it. The sticks were in the middle of the table, and students took turns picking a stick, which corresponded to the question they'd ask their partner. I did this activity in a format similar to "speed dating". Desks were set up in two's, and students had 5-7 minutes to ask their partner questions and respond to their partners' questions. I had a kitchen timer that I'd set for a specified amount of time. When the timer would go off they would move over to the left/right one place, and have a new partner. I only had 40 minutes, since that's how long the periods are, but you can do this until every student in the class has had a chance to talk to each other. It's a great way to get students who are a bit shy talking French to speak more confidently.