Translation Quizzes

Today's Featured Game

European National Anthems by translated first line
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No need to sit down for this one.
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From the Sporcle Archives:
Essential Verbs (German)

More Recent Games

Italian: “The Godfather” Style
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It's a Sicilian message. It means Luca Brasi sleeps with the fishes.
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How Many Ways Can I Say I'm Sorry?
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Sporcle's hardest word to say.
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What Did You Call My Book?
Some of these books sound so much cooler in their original languages.
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British Expressions
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Lor-love-a-duck!
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Thank You: A Languages Word Cloud (Map)
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Thank-Yous rain supreme.
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Harry Potter: Find the 'British' Word
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For each brief quote from 'Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone', can you pick the ONE word that was changed for the American edition?
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Click a Cat: Language Edition
Can you get the purrfect score?
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British vs. American Food Fight
Brits and Americans have about an equal chance with this one.
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Five Language Continent Match
Before traveling, develop your language skills or your charades skills. Your choice.
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Spanish Question Words
We learned all the Spanish we've ever needed from the movie Encino Man.
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Japanese Words You Probably Know
Say sayonara to only knowing one language.
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In 6 Languages: Olympic Sports
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Are you a linguistic hexathlete?
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Colors in Different Languages
Languages are really going to have to get more creative with the word orange.
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In 6 Languages: Fruit
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Oh Yes! We have no bananas ...
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English and Welsh Colours
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From the nation that gave us 'Popty Ping'
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Scottish Gaelic-English City Matchup
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Ah dinnae ken!
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How do you say 'Finland' in other languages
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Onnea!
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In Plain English: Richard II
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Pick the 'plain English' version of each of these quotes from Shakespeare's Richard II.
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Same Language Match-Up
You're going to have use all your translating skills to make this one work.
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French Proverbs in English
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Vive la différence
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Romansh-English City Matchup
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True Romansh
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In 6 Languages: Animals
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The animals went in six by six, hurrah! hurrah!
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Translation Curator: Baconite