Translation Quizzes

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Capitals in Latin: Europe
You don't have to know Latin to capitalize on this quiz.
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Making Friends Around the World

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English and Welsh Numbers
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Give it a Tri
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Lost in Translation: Book Titles
This is why you can never trust the Internet to give you a decent translation.
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Fruits and Vegetables in Spanish
You're going to learn something and feel very hungry at the same time.
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Common Spanish Verbs
You can learn all the Spanish you'll ever need from the movie Encino Man.
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Breton-English City Matchup
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So, you think you'll get them all? Don't Breton it!
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Opening to 'One Hundred Years of Solitude'
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Name the opening line (in Spanish or its common English translation) to 'One Hundred Years of Solitude' / 'Cien años de soledad'.
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Sporcle in 6 Languages
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Mentally stimulating categories
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What Did You Call My Book?
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A Linguistic Odyssey
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Basque-English City Matchup
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Oh those English and their basques !
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In Plain English: Antony and Cleopatra
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Pick the 'plain English' version of each of these quotes from Shakespeare's Antony and Cleopatra.
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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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European Translation Match
If you're going to be a translator in Europe, you're going to need to speak more than one language.
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Sporcle Speaks... German
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Sporcle spricht ... Deutsch
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French Baseball
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Take care, there may be attrapé
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Shakespeare in Plain English II
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The course of true Sporcling never did run smooth.
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Japan's Pseudo English
This quiz will take you for a wild ride!
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Drinks in 6 languages (Clickable)
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Raise a glass
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In Plain English: The Merchant of Venice
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Pick the 'plain English' version of each of these quotes from Shakespeare's The Merchant of Venice.
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In Plain English: Julius Caesar
There were some angsty dudes in Shakespeare's Rome.
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Movie Titles: Triple Translator
This is what happens when a translator has a nervous breakdown in a movie theater.
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Urinal Survival Test (World Edition)
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This is all well and good, but when you gotta go, you gotta go.
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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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