Translation Quizzes

Today's Featured Game

French: Food (Clickable)
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Bon appétit
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From the Sporcle Archives:
Same Language Match-Up

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Countries of the World... In Spanish (Redux)
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Please apply sun tan lotion before attempting this quiz.
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In 6 Languages: Fruit
These fruits taste delicious in any language.
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In 6 Languages: Food
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Bon appetit
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Thank You! You're Welcome!
Now you can dazzle everyone with your newly acquired ability to speak Swahili.
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Translating ¿Que Hora Es?
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Nobody expects the Cedric Inquisition!
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Country Names in Neighboring Languages
Luckily none of these neighbors play their music too loud like mine do.
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In Plain English: A Midsummer Night's Dream
If there's one thing Shakespeare and The Real World taught us, never trust anyone named 'Puck'.
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Italian: Animals (Clickable)
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Un gattino arhhh
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Italian: Food (Clickable)
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A Sporcle quiz just like mama used to make.
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In 6 Languages: Jobs
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I got a new job in a gym … but it’s just not working out.
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German: Fruits and Vegetables
The only fruit we want in Germany is an orange slice in our hefeweizen.
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In 6 Languages: Vehicles
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It's just a shame you can't use auto-correct.
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6 Animals, 6 Languages
These animals are cute in all languages.
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Shakespeare in foreign languages
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Name the Shakespeare play from its title in a foreign language.
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June Language Match-up
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Do you need to go back to Junius school?
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Concerning International Hobbits
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Name the countries* where these editions of The Hobbit were published.
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In 6 Languages: Vegetables
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Don't be a turnip!
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May Language Match-up
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May the force be strong.
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Picture This: Anglo-American Talks
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Same meaning, different words.
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Czech Your Language I
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Czech it out.
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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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Top 20 Most Important Languages
Here's a new way to look at language: global influence.
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