Latin Quizzes

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Romans Go Home
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Now write it down a hundred times.
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From the Sporcle Archives:
Book Titles in Latin

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Countries of the World... In Latin (Redux)
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Pick the Sporcle-accepted countries of the world in Latin without making a mistake.
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Latin America (Clickable)
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Pick the countries of Latin America (countries where Romance languages are spoken, primarily Spanish, Portuguese and French).
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Latin CE Irregular Comparison
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Name the Irregular Comparisons.
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Word Ladder: Pig In Ancient Rome
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Rarely is a quiz so entertainingly confusing.
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Capitals in Latin: Europe
You don't have to know Latin to capitalize on this quiz.
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Latin: Unit 06 Verb Forms (Audio, Audire)
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Latin: Unit 06 Verb Forms (Audio, Audire)
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Snakesss by picture (slideshow)
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Don't have a hiss-y fit while taking this quiz.
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Because Mothers are the Beginning of All Good Things
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Name the Top 10 Words That Come from 'Mother' according to Merriam-Webster.
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Latin GCSE 'S'
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Latin GCSE 'S'
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Mega Mixed Word Collection: Language
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Languages are oh so easy to get mixed up with
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Dinosaur Names by Meaning (clickable)
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Rawr!
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A Level Latin: Vocab for Verse Unseens Part 1
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Name the vocab for Ovid verse unseens.
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Latin GCSE 'C'
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Name the Latin GCSE .
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Latin: Unit 01 Principal Parts
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An infinitive of fun.
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Latin: Unit 17 - Forms of Mitto, Mittere
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This quiz has sent you a mission!
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Book Titles in Latin
For a dead language, we certainly make a lot of quizzes about it.
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Latin: Word Ladder I
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Fun Fact: the ancient Romans actually invented word ladders. Ok, I may have forgotten to fact-check that one.
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Christmas Songs in Latin
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Fausta Festa Natalicia Christi, Omnes!
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Latin: Unit 05 - Present, Imperfect, & Future Verbs
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The key is to not be so tense while playing this game.
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Broadway Musical Titles in Latin
Let's see how lively Broadway can make a dead language.
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Latin Works by First Line
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Erat optimum temporum, temporum pessimum erat.
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Which Romance Language?
Do you speak the language of love?
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