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

Two 5-Letter Words That Fit
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I'_E G_T T_O W_R_S F_R Y_U. Good Luck
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From the Sporcle Archives:
A to A and Y to Y in 5-Letters

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Two Minutes of 'ELL'
If you make it to -ell and back, send us a postcard.
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14-Letter Vocabulary (Hard)
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Fourteen letter words. That's out-of-this-world.
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'De-Prefixed' Words
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'dis' is 'super' ...
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2 Steps from Dangle
Don't ever dangle anything in front of a cat, it'll get it every time.
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Just R & B
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Brrr.... Baby It's Cold Outside.
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4-Letter Words Ending in 'Y'
These words can't stop asking questions. Y do you think that is?
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Ends in -IAT, -IET, -IOT
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Why did the man put on weight? ... iet a lot.
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'U' Vocabulary
In some ways, we think the letter 'U' would make a very comfortable chair, but at the same time...maybe not?
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This Quiz Seems Highly Contradictory...
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The same, but somehow different.
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Vocabulary Blitz VI
Blitz means fast, right?
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French in English
We've borrowed these words from French, but it's pretty unlikely that we'll ever want to give them back.
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Country ends, element begins
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Countrythisgame
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Get Rid of BO
No smells here. Just words that need some cleaning up.
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Most Common 3-Letter Words: '_O_'
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My oh my.
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Animal Expressions III
This quiz has almost as many animal expressions as a Katy Perry song.
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Ends in 'RM'
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A shot in the RM.
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Three Letters and a Blank
Scrabble would be easier if XEZQ was an actual word.
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Identify the (Dead) Language
They've been well-preserved, we promise.
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3-Letter Words Ending in 'P'
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Name the 3-Letter Words in English Ending in 'P'.
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Mixed Word: Six Letter T
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Start PINTGY.
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Language Basics: French
As long as you can order a coffee and a croissant, you'll be just fine.
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Spelled the Same Slideshow
They're spelled the same, but they're still unique in our book.
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Constant Consonants: F&G
Great galloping frogs, Batman! Looks like F and G are back.
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Lord's Prayer - German Version - Clickable
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Give us this day our daily Sporcle.
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Scrabble or Australia?
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G'day, cobbers !
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17 Ways Not to Spell 'Slot'
Just pull the lever and see what words you come up with.
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Click 50: Slang Terms
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The slang's the thang.
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_ _ _ A Words (A-Z)
We wonder if ABBA would like this quiz?
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'HOT' Add-agrams!
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Don't Cha wish your girlfriend was hot like this, don't cha.
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Rhymes with 'HINT'
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Can't you take a hint? Sounds like it ...
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Recent popular comments in Language

  1. 2 Steps from Dangle
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    Argh...for the last clue, I completely misinterpreted "wicked"
  2. Spelled the Same Slideshow
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    Why did those cars park so far away from the line?
  3. Rhymes With 'Dip'
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    @dreadpirate82: #1, gyp is most certainly a "real word" whatever its origination. It means to swindle. Words do not become non-words solely because of what connotations they carry. #2 I would wager that it never occurred to the overwhelming majority of people (myself included until I read your comment) that the word had a less-than-pristine etymology. If "gyp" isn't a "real word", then surely neither is "sinister" or "gawky" (both originated as a slur against left-handed people), or "hysterical" (a slur against women), or "hooligan" (a slur against Irish people.) #3 Perhaps "gyp" could be made a bonus answer, but eliminating it from the quiz entirely would be wrong. This is Sporcle, and one of the things I really love about it is that it is for the most part a politics-free, PC-free, agenda-free website. If we had a rhyming quiz for words like "duck", "pit", "bigger", "rag", "stop", "like", "runt", etc., call me a Neanderthal but I'd expect all of the ugly words that rhyme with them to be bonus answers. I'd even qualify for one or two. :) But, I'd honestly be more put off if they were omitted entirely, because whitewashing knowledge serves no one IMO. Just my $0.02.
  4. Up & Down, In & Out Words II
    33
    Too open for interpretation for my taste.
  5. Rhymes With 'Dip'
    33
    No "hwhip"? You can't have a quiz without Cool Hwhip. Everything's better with Cool Hwhip.
  6. 17 Ways Not to Spell 'Slot'
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    Just waiting for somebody to say "alot" is a word...nice quiz, so much room for sequels too. Good job.
  7. Up & Down, In & Out Words II
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    "Did I hear Mom's car?" "Yes, she just pulled up." At least that's what we say where I come from.
  8. 2 Steps from Dangle
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    got caught reading wicked with 2 syllables meaning evil -- much easier when read as one syllable!
  9. 17 Ways Not to Spell 'Slot'
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    I'm kind of surprised Scrabble doesn't accept the term s-l-u-t.
  10. 7-Letter Vocabulary II
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    My brother once played ukulele
    He stunk but still played it daily
    My drunk Irish Dad
    Came home one day mad
    And smashed it up with a shillelagh