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Add an 'F-' Blitz (Clickable)
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You'd better be -ast
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2 Steps from Orange

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3-Letter Words Ending in X
X marks the spot.
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Expand the 'A' Words
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There's A place for everything.
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Language by 'To Kill a Mockingbird' Cover
Harper Lee never thought the book would be a success. These book covers seem to prove otherwise.
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Build a Word
Take a couple of letters from each side and soon you'll build a whole wall of words.
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Arabic Alphabet Match
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ḥā’ hā'
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8-Letter Vocabulary
Your magic 8 ball won't help you here.
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5-Letter Ends in 'L'
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One 'L' of a climax with this one.
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The End ''IS'' Near
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It is what it is.
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Rhymes With Sun
Don't look at this quiz for too long, you'll go blind!
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Change a Letter Slideshow III
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80% the same, but 100% different.
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5-Letter Ends in 'N'
This is language fun to the Nth degree.
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Starts with 'OA' to 'OZ'
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Oh Oh ... It's Magic.
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'CH' Words
Why did the chicken cross the road? To play this Sporcle quiz. (*Crickets*)
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Fish in Other Words
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Any fin is possible.
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Sporcle's Easiest Language
Today we're taking it a little easy on you.
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Adjectives with -ly
Adjectives and adverbs together in the same quiz!? Somewhere a grammar teacher is smiling.
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Double N Words
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Easy if you're Finnish.
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Double Click: Compound Words
To compound matters, there are two different answers.
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M + N + vowels = word
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Mana mana ... do doo be-do-do
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Change a Letter Slideshow II
Don't change too many letters or you'll find yourself with an angry grizzly instead of a frothy mug of ale - and that would NOT be a good thing.
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Word Hourglass VIII
We're not sure how all these words are supposed to fit through an hourglass, some of them are really pointy.
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Commonly Confused Words
Confused? We can give you some directions.
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3-Letter Mirror Bookends
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Here's one to reflect on.
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Ends with 'OUR' Vocab Blitz
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Pick the letters that can go before the word 'our' to create a 4-letter word.
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Rhymes with Mild
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A quiz that is gentle in disposition.
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Add a 'CH'
You can make cheese with ease, just add a 'CH'.
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Missing Letter: African Languages
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(Letters) Out of Africa.
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Smile! It's the 'Teeth' or 'Tooth' Quiz - Clickable
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The tooth, the whole tooth and nothing but the tooth.
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1-10 Letter E Words
Everyone especially enjoys entertainingly excellent ‘E’ quizzes.
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'The Little Prince' - International Edition
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His little majesty proudly presents ...
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Recent popular comments in Language

  1. Rhymes With Sun
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    I might have only got 18 out of 19, but at least I can still honestly say that I missed "none".
  2. 5-Letter Ends in 'N'
    49
    Mehta is a good counter-example for comments like 'He's a mega-famous baseball player: you must have heard of him' that you see on other quizzes. He's had an international career (unlike baseball players) for nearly 60 years, including being music director of the NYPO for 13 years (so he is 'world-famous', unlike baseball players) - but you've never heard of him because he does something that doesn't interest you. That's fine - we're all different, and we know different things.
  3. Commonly Confused Words
    43
    I see lose/loose posted daily. It makes me irrationally angry.
  4. 5-Letter Ends in 'N'
    37
    @OwenHerring: Thank you! As a classical musician myself, I knew the "Z" answer immediately... but give me a quiz on NBA players or famous physicists, and I feel like a moron. So I wouldn't call any answer obscure, unless even the "experts" don't know it.
  5. 'CH' Words
    37
    Is there a land animal so fast it hasn't been spotted yet?
  6. 'CH' Words
    36
    "Martha Graham is a famous one." Not famous enough, it seems...
  7. 5-Letter Ends in 'N'
    33
    Apparently he isn't that famous. I don't even know which train he steers.
  8. Commonly Confused Words
    30
    If you need a mnemonic for persecute/prosecute, remember this: Any PERson can PERsecute, but only a PROfessional can PROsecute.
  9. Commonly Confused Words
    29
    Does the process involve a number of (A) 'discrete' or (B) 'discreet' steps? Well, that depends on what the process is . . . For example, Is it the process of meeting one's secretary at a motel? : )
  10. Commonly Confused Words
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    Am I the only one who's never heard of 'founder' as a verb? It's not that I didn't know the difference between 'founder' and 'flounder'; I've actually literally never heard anyone say that something was 'foundering'. Maybe I haven't been on enough ships. Oh well... I love learning new words!