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North American Cities by Serbian name
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уживати
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From the Sporcle Archives:
'T' Vocabulary II

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Just B & D
Apparently, the other consonants didn't get the invite.
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Words Beginning With 'Dec'
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Time to hit the Dec.
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Words Beginning and Ending with 'W'
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Wow!
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Complete the 5-Letter Word IV
Without their last letter, these words could be just about anything.
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Words Containing the Letters 'pri'
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I pri with my little eye.
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-OPE Word Blitz
Abandon all OPE, ye who enter here.
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Adaptable 'AD-'s
If you ever wanted to remove ads in a Sporcle quiz, you can do it here.
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Rotationally Symmetric Characters (Picture Click)
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This one may give you a funny turn.
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Deceptionitions II
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Who had deceived thee so often as thyself? (Franklin)
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Find the Countries of Europe in Latin (Picture Click)
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Veni, Vidi, Sporcli
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13 Ways to Not Eat 'Food'
How are we supposed to not eat food when everything looks so tasty?
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Carefully Measured Words
See if you can measure up.
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Quick Pick: Numbers in Idioms
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I feel such an idiom!
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French: Months & Days of the Week (Clickable)
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Quand?
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Vocabulary Blitz XXIII
Much more entertaining than actually reading the dictionary.
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Quick Pick: On the _____
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On the other hand ... you have different fingers
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Letter Swap III
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The mailman's been busy again!
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10-Letter Vocabulary II
Even the French judge gave this quiz a perfect ten.
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Russian State Capitals of America II
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Do you have Georgia on your Mind? We do.
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Rhymes with 'Aim'
Did you hear the one about the darts player who switched careers? He found his new job to be aimless.
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Words of Norwegian Origin by Definition
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He's not dead, he's restin'! Remarkable bird, the Norwegian Blue.
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Language Speed-Picking
For all those fast-talkers out there, this quiz should be a cinch.
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English-Speaking African Countries Map
If you can read this, at least you know you won't need a language dictionary when visiting these countries
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Stuck in the Middle with 'F'
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Do Re Mi Fa-Fa-Fa-Fa-Fa ...
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German Titles of Grimms' Fairy Tales
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We hope your score is not too Grimm.
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Palindrome Words: A-Z
You know these words backwards and forwards.
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More Broadway Musical Titles in Latin
Now if only we could get more musicals with songs sung in Latin.
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Quick Pick: 'C' Latin Phrases
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Credo quia absurdum est
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French: Clothing
What better way is there to talk about French fashion than by speaking French?
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Three Letter 'H' Words
This quiz is brought to you today by the letter 'H'.
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Recent Popular Comments

  1. Language Speed-Picking
    36
    For speed picking it might be nice to have these alphabetized. Even knowing the answers, it's a bit too tough to scan through a randomized list in the time given. Could just be me, though.
  2. Three Letter 'H' Words
    36
    Hmm. Who knew.
  3. Rhymes with 'Aim'
    35
    I kame. I saw. I conquered.
  4. Palindrome Words: A-Z
    35
    A 'level' does not make anything level, it measures how level something is.
  5. Rhymes with 'Aim'
    32
    Four hours in and no complaints that such-and-such does/doesn't rhyme with "aim"? To hell with Rio. This is a world record that'll never be broken.
  6. Adaptable 'AD-'s
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    I generally like these kinds of quizzes except that they have a tendency to include archaic words like 'monish' that no one has used for several centuries, obscure words like 'optive' that meant something in ancient Roman law, or foreign words like 'duce' that virtually no one uses in English except when referring to the Italian title of Mussolini.
  7. 13 Ways to Not Eat 'Food'
    25
    @dt0893, that sounds too heavy. That would take me hours.
  8. Calling All Vowels!
    25
    THIS is how this new format should be used! This was very enjoyable, and I especially loved the letters filling in on the answers as we clicked them, showing the entire word.
  9. 10-Letter Vocabulary II
    24
    Why do people always complain about having too much time? The quiz ends when you're done, so it's not like you have to wait for the timer to run out. If you want a speed challenge, try beating your old time or your friends' scores. I imagine someone who speaks English as a second (or third, or fourth...) language might appreciate having some time to carefully consider their answers.
  10. -OPE Word Blitz
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    Would like to learn the ones I missed.