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

More Food Expressions
We're hungry now.
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Starts With 'FU'

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5-Letter Words by Last 3 Letters
__u'll need to __ink hard to figure out __ese __rds.
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Indefinite Definitions IV
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A game where five wrongs don't make a right.
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15 Misnamed Flag Colors
It's just identifying colors. Easy, right?
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Rhymes with 'FENCE'
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No off-ence meant.
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Mr. and Mrs. in 10 European Languages (Clickable)
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Miss Terr and Miss Us.
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Starts With V, Ends With N
Don't go thinking this quiz is about you.
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Man Time II
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Yes, it's time to man up again.
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Shakespeare in Plain English II
If we read Shakespeare like this in high school, then maybe we'd actually understand his jokes.
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Homonym Slideshow III
Well, they sound the same to us!
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Clipped Words I
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Not iffs or butts (except one)
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Can it Follow Pi?
Fortunately, this isn't a math quiz. No numbers here!
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Capital ends, element begins
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Elementary my dear Watson. Capital Holmes.
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Rhymes With Dog
You can't graduate from puppy school until you get 100% on this dog rhymes quiz.
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Just Add 3-Letters
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The Wor(l)dly alphabet.
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4-Letter Words that End in 'O'
Want an oreo to go with that?
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Broken Words III
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Broken knows or Broken woes.
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Ends in 'RM'
We...erm...wish you the best on this quiz.
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Latin Noun Endings
The Romans knew how to finish words with a bang.
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Idiom Match, three-word iv
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Break a leg!
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Language Books: The Subtitles
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Red October: A Subtitle.
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4-Letter Ends in Y
Play this quiz and win a pony! We can't give one to you, but maybe you'll get lucky one of these days.
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Top 20 Most Important Languages
Here's a new way to look at language: global influence.
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Multi-language Ordinals
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It's time for you 'first' class.
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It's All 'BS' Words
Mondays are always full of BS, aren't they?
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The Difficulty of Words
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Take it easy ...
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The Beatles in IPA
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Lɛt ɪt bi.
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Word Hourglass VI
Time may be running out, but our vocabulary certainly hasn't.
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6 Animals, 6 Languages
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Get on with the quiz and stop horsing around.
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Three 5-Letter Words That Fit
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Can you find the missing 40%?
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Lost Cities
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Atlantis here we come.
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Recent popular comments in Language

  1. Rhymes With Dog
    84
    90s kids everywhere mourn the absence of "pog".
  2. Top 20 Most Important Languages
    69
    This is pretty Western/Eurocentric. I would think that Mandarin and Arabic should probably be in the top 5, and definitely rank above Czech and Serbo-Croatian....Plus 'Chinese' as a language irks me - it should be Mandarin and/or Cantonese. Either that or 'Romance' should cover all Italian, Spanish, French, Portuguese, etc.
  3. Top 20 Most Important Languages
    67
    So the Centrality Index weights and compiles three components: book translations, Wikipedia articles with multiple languages, and Twitter use (see the source link). The lack of Twitter in Mainland China (and superiority of Baidupedia to Chinese-language Wikipedia anyway) clearly hurts the ranking of written Chinese, and disproportionately benefits countries in the Anglo-American SOI (Twitter and Wikipedia both originating in English-speaking countries).
  4. Top 20 Most Important Languages
    56
    Surprised Chinese is not ranked a lot higher.
  5. Top 20 Most Important Languages
    49
    I tried Magyar and no dice. Then Hungarian was the only answer I didn't get. Aren't the terms interchangable?
  6. 3-Letter Words With a 'V'
    44
    Just enough time to use the ol' brute force method here... whew.
  7. Rhymes With Dog
    37
    As a New Yorker, I don't believe any of these rhyme with dog. Nothing rhymes with dawg.
  8. Rhymes With Dog
    36
    What about sprog? It can be used to refer to a child in the UK.
  9. Top 20 Most Important Languages
    36
    "Kyrgyz" is not a bonus answer? For shame!
  10. Rhymes With Dog
    30
    What? Smog and grog are in but not snog or sprog??