Which Language is This Word From?
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Which Language IS IT?
Have you seen enough signs in all sorts of languages, enough to make out the various languages we are presenting to you? In this quiz, we have translated a sentence into many other languages.
Can You Identify the Language From a Lone Sentence? (Part II)
If you thought our first 'Guess the Language' quiz was too easy, then this one will give you a bit more of a challenge! In this quiz, we will show you the same sentence, over and over, in different languages. It will be up to YOU to tell us which language the sentence is in!
Can You Identify the Language From a Lone Sentence?
There are THOUSANDS of languages in the world, over 2,000, in fact, and some say it's actually many more. Each has its own history, rules and of course - look and writing system. Can you identify the following languages from just one sentence? Give it a try!
The Weird Words of the English Language Quiz
You might feel that you're the king or queen of the English language when using common words or phrases, but how well do you think you'd do when trying to decipher some of the strangest words and phrases that this fabulous language has to offer?
Can You Speak All of the Languages of Love?
For each question in the quiz below you'll need to try and determine which language 'I Love You' is written in. Think you've got what it takes? Let's find out... Which language is: Ti amo?
Do You Know How to Say Hello In Different Languages?
Do you like foreign languages? Have you always wished you spoke more? Then we're about to test your skills. This quiz asks a simple question: Can you say hello in 10 different languages? In what language would they say "Bonjour!"?
Which Language Is This Sentence In?
Can you identify the following languages from just one sentence? Give it a try!
How Much Spanish Do You Know?
Spanish is among the most spoken languages in the world and covers huge areas of land (almost all of South America). It is a romance language, a Latin-based language, and is very similar to English, although it has different roots. How much of this beautiful language do you know? Take our test!
Can You Sort Out These Greek Roots?
English is a language that has borrowed heavily from other languages, such as Latin, German and Old French. So it is of little surprise that Greek also plays its fair share. Do you know what these Greek roots in English originally meant?
Think Your English Is Perfect? You'll Find Out Soon Enough
Do you think you're a master of the English language? Are you confident that you know the plurals of some of the trickiest words that this gargantuan language has to offer? Then give this language quiz a try, and you'll find out soon enough! What is the plural of diagnosis?
Which English Word Should You Use?
If so then we invite you to give this language quiz a shot and see just how far your knowledge of the English language extends. Best of luck to you! What do you see? Many sheep. Many sheeps Many sheep Be careful not to _____ . Lose is correct.
Can You Identify the Correct Plurals?
Quizzes Quizes Quiz Quizess What is the plural form of the word 'Life'? Lives Life Lifes Livse What is the plural form of the word 'Sheep'? Sheeps Sheep Shep Sheppe What is the plural form of the word 'Dwarf'? Dwarvez Dwarfish Dwarvish Dwarfs What is the plural form of the word 'Stratum'?
Where Did These English Words Come From?
English is a remarkable language. It's so easy to learn and understand that it's little wonder it's the most "international" language, taking the place of French. Part of why it's so comfortable is that it borrows so many of its words from other languages.
Do You Speak Modern or an Older Form of English?
"They have been at a great feast of languages, and stolen the scraps."You may be surprised to know that you speak many an ancient word in your everyday language. Much of what we say is heavily influenced by other eras of English, such as Shakespearean or Colonial times.
Can You Guess What These Words Used to Mean?
Some words don’t mean what they used to, so much so that it can be difficult to guess what a certain word signified when it first appeared in the language.
Can Your English Survive This Quiz?
War Wisdom Knowledge Insight Skill That's a Fail It may be time to go back and read a few more books or practice with some more of our English quizzes to get back that English prowess you once had. If you are learning English, then you still have some ways to go, we're afraid.
How Many Latin Words Do You Know?
From the Roman empire comes the Latin language, from which so many of the words we know today were born. How many of these 14 Latin words do you think you know or can guess?
Can You Ace Our Foreign Words Test?
What does this word mean, and in what language? German: Health Dutch: Bless you Swedish: Goodbye Finnish: Good night What does this phrase mean, and in what language?
How Much Do You Know About English?
The English language is the third most spoken today, but the most spoken internationally, in the seas and in the air by international pilots. It is the language most international internet users read, and has given the world some of the most magnificent works of art.
Do You Know These Latin Phrases?
While Latin is considered a dead language, not in use in any real capacity, it's still considered by many to be one of the most beautiful and even philosophical languages ever spoken. Indeed, many phrases are still used today, because they are just so elegant and lovely to hear.
The Idiom Quiz
Well, we've got a challenging English quiz for you today, where we ask you to complete idioms of the English language, as well as ask you some questions about others. Are you ready for a linguistic challenge? True or False: If you bell the cat, you try to do something that is very easy.
Can You Complete These Common English Sayings?
Think you're a master of the English language? If so, then completing these common English sayings and expressions should be a walk in the park for you, despite the fact that only 20% of American adults can get them all right!
How Well Do You Remember the Lingo of the 1950s?
The world has changed a lot since the 1950s, and the language that's used by youngsters and old-timers alike is no exception. Think you know what it means to 'get circled' or to have a 'classy chassis?' Take this quiz and find out! "Well, ain't that a bite!" That's a bad person. That's too bad.