Language Quizzes

For many, trying to learn a new language can be a difficult thing to do. If you can't roll your 'R's or you find verb conjugation a nightmare, don't give up, because Sporcle language games can help you stay on top of your language skills. Whether you need some Italian games or if you need another studying method for your Spanish test, you can try one of the language quizzes, pronto! If foreign language games and quizzes aren't what you're looking for, try one of our Word Ladder games. If you want a real challenge, try testing your vocabulary with a challenging language game or get your tongue twisting with a Latin language quiz. With a variety of language games and quizzes, you should find something to talk about (in whatever language you choose).

Today's Featured Game

Green Foreign Language Match
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Let's hope you get the rub of the green.
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Rhymes with Truck

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Two-Letter Words That Begin With U
U may be a less common vowel, but that doesn't mean U should dismiss it.
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Add an A
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We didn't start afire (or did we?)
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Common 'Religious' Expressions
These expressions may have come from The Bible, but that doesn't mean you'll hear them at church.
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One Word, Two Definitions
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If it's all the same, we'd rather you did rather well at this game.
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Click Quick Rhymes II
You better click quick, that ain't no trick!
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Yesn't
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Affirmative and the negative? The choice is yours.
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1-10 Letter C Words
These words are charming.
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English Personal Pronouns
English doesn't have to get so personal, does it?
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Beginning of the END Minefield
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This is the way the word ends.
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It's All B.S.
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A game for Boy Scouts, Brain Surgeons and Brittany Spears.
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The Only Letter IV
There's only one, so choose wisely!
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Like A Simile Quiz
We took to this quiz like a duck to water.
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Most Common WH Words
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It's Whatchamacallit.
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Alphablanks II
Suddenly we're feeling a hankering for some Alpha-Bits cereal.
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Rainbow Colors in French
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Will you find ... le pot d'or?
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UP Words and DOWN Words
What goes up, must come down.
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Homonym Slideshow III
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Hear we go again!
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6-Letter Clickagrams
It's been scientifically proven that 6 letters are way more manageable than 7.
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Word Hourglass: Serene Award
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What have Nelson Mandela and Mother Teresa got in common?
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Common 'Other' Language per State
This is one of the most interesting maps we've seen recently. It's probably all the colors.
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English Letter Frequency across all Google Books
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If you don't know the answers you can always try Google.
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Just R & B
These letters just feel right together.
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English-Spanish Queen Songs
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We Will ... We Will ... Quiz You.
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'Dis' or 'Dat' Word Blitz
Sometimes decisions are hard. These ones make you choose without having to think about it!
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The I's Have It
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Who are you calling four-eyes?
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Word Endings
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ry is rd dings me.
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Words Containing 'VOY'
In Spanish, this quiz is words containing 'I go'.
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Mixed Word: Six Letter P
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Pyal - Ti !
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Word Hourglass V
We hope it doesn't take you an hour to figure this one out.
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Danish: Months
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You May begin.
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Recent popular comments in Language

  1. Like A Simile Quiz
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    Several of these aren't similes. Just because a sentence contains 'like' does not make it a simile.
  2. Common 'Other' Language per State
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    Living near Boston is great
    But the accent is hard to keep straight
    You hear "Weh is the bah?"
    Or "How fah's yuh cah?"
    Please accept Masshole-ese for this state
  3. Common 'Other' Language per State
    41
    The only really surprising aspect for me was that there were more Tagalog speakers than Hawai'ian speakers in Hawai'i. (That is, assuming they didn't exclude Hawai'ian for some reason.)
  4. 15 Ways to Not Use Your Ears
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    @ben_aka_MEGATRON - Mar is a verb meaning to spoil something, "every year Jim mars the celebrations by getting too drunk". Earl is a rank of the British nobility, and if you talk about it without referring to a person (such as 'Earl of Grantham') you can use it as a regular noun. "I wish I was an earl". Lar is a gibbon. "One of those lars is an earl in the ape nobility and it mars any documentary a team tries to film of it by attacking the presenter". Google is your friend.
  5. Common 'Other' Language per State
    36
    I'm amazed that there is a language that outranks Swedish or Norwegian in Minnesota!
  6. Like A Simile Quiz
    33
    For example "there's no place like home" is not a simile. Fun idea.
  7. Rhymes With Role
    33
    You gotta pay the troll toll if you wanna get into that boy's soul.
  8. Parts of Speech Sorting Blitz
    33
    Bubbly can be a noun too.
  9. Common 'Other' Language per State
    29
    In a moment of weakness, I nearly typed in Canadian. :)
  10. Rhymes With Role
    26
    Doll, loll and moll do not rhyme with "role."