Spanish Quizzes

Spanish In U.S. Hit Songs
Puedes estar correcto.
In 6 Languages: Jobs
Now you can procrastinate at work in 6 different languages.
U.S. Cities in Spanish
This quiz rocas.
First Five: Language
We have no proof, but we'd bet that the first five words all had to do with food.
Days and Months in 4 Languages
Time to see what you remember from your high school foreign language class.
Language Throw Down
If you don't get it to begin with ... you'll soon pick it up!
Which Language?
We're still waiting for a country to adopt Klingon as its official language.
Languages of South America
Looking for a South American quiz? Here's an Andean.
Translated Spanish Towns
It's safe to say that most of these towns should stick with their Spanish translations.
Animals in 4 languages
Critters vocab.
Which Diacritical Mark?
Don't be too diacritical of yourself if you don't do well on this quiz.
November in Other Languages
Remember, remember the words for November.
Pixar in Foreign Languages
Oesday Igpay Atinlay ountcay asway away oreignfay anguagelay?
Body Parts in 4 languages
Enough body parts for another Saw movie!
Language Toss-Up
We're just shocked that no country has made pig latin their officialway anguagelay.
Languages 7-to-1
Polyglot to Uniglot
In 6 Languages: School Subjects
Now you can take these subjects in any language you want.
Cuisine Sorting Blitz
Warning: This quiz may make you hungrier than you've ever been.
Language Speed-Picking
For all those fast-talkers out there, this quiz should be a cinch.
Vegetables in Spanish
Isn't Nabo a Star Wars planet?
5x5 in 90: Mixed Language Minefield Blitz
We're ready to take your order.
Bilingual Word Ladder: Spanish-English
¿Can you subir this escalera?
Find the Countries of Europe in Spanish
¿Dónde están los países de Europa?
Good, Bad, or Ugly?
There's two kinds of people ... Those with loaded guns and those who dig. You dig.
In 6 Languages: Family Members
Just because they're family doesn't mean these words have to [be] like each other.
Dr. Seuss en Español
The words may not rhyme in Spanish, but we still think that 'El gato ensombrerado' has a nice ring to it.
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