This is a partner speaking/listening activity.
Partner A starts the activity by saying the first French question (the one that is starred in the Say column). Partner B then finds the English translation of that question (in their hear column).
Partner B then says the answer to the question in French (it is located right next to the English translation of the question). Partner A will look for the English translation of what Partner B says. Then Partner A says the next question (the one right next to the English translation of the response they just heard).
If students find all the correct English translations, the English translation that Partner A finds last should be the one that is right next to the first question that they asked.
To help them keep track of what they have already said/heard, I have students number the phrases that they hear.