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10 to 1: Authors by European Language
“The limits of my language means the limits of my world.” ― Ludwig Wittgenstein
Criteria Languages
You might need to look into hiring a translator.
Etymologies of European Countries
Can you find the European countries by the literal translations of their names?
The Beatles in Latin
Amor est omnia quod requiris.
Skull Bones
The are the 'brain helmet bones' for those keeping track at home.
Ultimate Minefield Blitz II
Can you put the items in their Sporcle categories* before time runs out?
Mega-Sorting Gallery: Language
Yes, using Google translate on this quiz counts as cheating.
You DO Know Latin
Apparently we can all understand latin. Who knew?
Those Bones Aren't Real!
We don't have the guts to make a skeleton pun.
Subcategory Multiple Choice: Language
You'll have to be a true polyglot to get all these right.
Subcategory Multiple Choice: Language II
Only a true polyglot will get 100% on this.
Language Speed-Picking
For all those fast-talkers out there, this quiz should be a cinch.
Capitals in Latin: Europe
You don't have to know Latin to capitalize on this quiz.
Eight Language Months Blitz
Can you provide the name for the months of the year in Spanish, French, German, Italian, Portuguese, Dutch, Swedish, or Latin? Providing one translation for any day will trigger ALL translations for that month.
Latin by Emoji
Just wait for the Pig Latin version of this quiz.
10 to 1: Latin Grammar
Pick the members of each set of a different size.
Find the Countries of Europe in Latin
Latin isn't a dead language. It's just sleeping.
Etymologies of North American Countries
Can you find the North American countries by the literal translations of their names?
James Bond Films in Latin
'Veni, vidi, vici' would be a good motto for Bond.
Which Romance Language?
Do you speak the language of love?
Roman Province or LOTR Character
Can you choose whether each of these names are Roman Provinces or Lord of the Rings characters?
Latin Demonstrative Pronouns: is/ea/id
Name the Latin Demonstrative Pronouns: is/ea/id.
Words of Many Words
If you use the word words too many times it starts to words a little words. Words.
Latin Phrases
Cogito, ergo Sporcle
Phobias: Multiple Choice
Sporclephobia - The fear of clicking the wrong answer on a multiple choice quiz.
Ancient Rome Sorting Gallery
There were so many marbleous statues in ancient Rome. Too bad they all took them for granite.
Animals in Latin
There's a pig latin joke in here somewhere, but we're far too sloppy to find it.
Etymologies of African Countries
Can you find the African countries by the literal translations of their names?
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