Do You Know These Words and Phrases In Old English?
If so, you might consider yourself an expert of Old English, though, technically speaking, this era in the development of the English language is formally called Early Modern or Shakespearean English.
Only Masters of English Know What These Old Words Mean...
You might feel that you're competent when communicating in everyday English, but how well do you think you'd do when trying to decipher the English that our great-grandparents used?
How Old is Your Soul?
Whether you believe your soul is created anew when you are born or retains some of the experiences of its past, a soul can be young or old even in ONE life. Take this quiz and let us tell you - How old IS your soul? What was your favorite activity as a child?
What Do You Know About Your HAIR?
Even though the back of the knee doesn't have much hair for most people, the other three places have no hair growth at all. Soles of the feet Palms of the hands Lips Back of knee How much of our body is covered in hair? 95% 15% 60% 75% True or False: Crash dieting can cause temporary hair loss.
Care To Test Your Level of English Today?
English never rests, and neither should English quizzes! Let's face it, they're just so much fun, and quite a thrill to beat them! So, without further ado, here's a fun English quiz that will take some vocabulary skills to ace!
How Well Do You Know the Old Testament?
There is no book that has a greater place in my heart than my long-cherished old copy of the Holy Bible. I know I am imperfect (aren't we all) but I think I know it pretty well. How about you? How well do you think you know about the people, places, and plots of the Old Testament?
English Quiz: Can You Guess Victorian Slang?
Beard Eyes Hair Earrings What does this Victorian Era Slang mean? A shiny bald head A fly trap A small garden A puddle What does this Victorian Era Slang mean?
Define These English Words
Prepare your English lexicon so we can test it! Identify and explain the following 15 rare English words... Pick the correct definition of the word. Flat bread-cake Robber Livestock manager A type of small boat Pick the correct definition of the word.
English Quiz: Complete the Proverb!
Do you know your English sayings and proverbs? This quiz will test your knowledge of 21 different English proverbs. You will be given the first half and asked to complete it. Good luck! "When in Rome..." This phrase is believed to have been coined by st.
Can You Complete the English Proverb?
If you're like me, you love old sayings and proverbs that are full of wisdom and clever wordplay. In this quiz, we'd like to challenge you to finish these 17 old English proverbs. Can you do it?
Where Did These English Words Come From?
Latin Old French Germanic Hindi From what language does this English word originate from? From the Hindi word 'Chita' - Variegated (exhibiting different colors). Latin Finnish Greek Hindi From what language does this English word originate from? From the Greek word 'Sarkazein' - to cut off flesh.
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?
A Tricky English Vocabulary Quiz!
Certain students say that they chose to study English at a post-secondary level, because they felt that it was an 'easier' option than many other subjects. Little did they know, that many sections of the exam are extremely challenging, especially for a student who decides to take it lightly.
Will You Complete These English Proverbs?
English is a wonderful language, full of wise sayings and old proverbs that still make a ton of sense today. You probably know a lot more of them than you realize, as they seem to be absorbed by most people through life. How many of these proverbs do you think you can finish yourself?
Can You Guess What These Fancy English Words Mean?
a flirt a rooster a tight dress You've Been Bamboozled! Oops! It seems that your knowledge of some of the English language's fanciest and most befuddling words is a little lacking. There's no need to fret though, since nobody really uses these words much anyway...
What Region of the US Does Your English Best Match?
People from outside the US cannot appreciate just how huge America is, and consequently, how different English sounds depending on where exactly in the States you’re from.
Can You Complete These 15 English Phrases?
English is an incredibly deep language with so many different sayings, proverbs and phrases. Do you know the common English phrases and proverbs used throughout the centuries? "Half a loaf is better than ." "Half a loaf is better than no loaf."
Identify the Shakespearean Word!
Shakespeare was a great boon to the English language, and many of the words we use today were invented by him. However, the period he lived in , the Elizabethan period, had its own English that, while resembling modern English, was still quite far from it.
Pick the Correct Sentence
The trend-setters' fashionable dress complimented her hat. The trendsetter's fashionable dress complemented her hat. The trend-setters' fashionable dress complemented their hat. The trendsetters' fashionable dress complimented their hats. Select the sentence that has no errors.
Do You Speak Modern or an Older Form of English?
Much of what we say is heavily influenced by other eras of English, such as Shakespearean or Colonial times. Take our quiz and pick the words that most come to mind, you may be surprised by what era of English you use the most! The study of the human body is also known as the study of the human...
Do You Really Know These Common Phrases In English?
Having good grammar and spelling is not enough to be a proficient and eloquent English speaker, and knowing common phrases and idioms is arguably as important of a skill as any, and a sign of true mastery of any language.
Can You Define These Tricky English Words?
Do you love English? Do you love learning new words, even if they aren't really in use anymore? Then you've found the right quiz! Prepare to be tested on your advanced English because most of these words are little known, and you need to figure out what they mean!
How Much Do You Know About English?
English is classified as a language. In fact, eighty of the hundred most used words in English are of Germanic origin. Latin Semitic Romantic Germanic What is the most commonly used letter in the English language? In fact, as many as one in eight of all the letters written in English is ‘e’.
What Did This USED To Be Called?
Do you still remember the old terms for things? Prove it by acing this quiz! What did they used to call shoes that went over your regular shoes to protect from the rain? Galoshes Splashers Shallowers Deepshoes What is an old name for poison?