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!
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!
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!"?
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?
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.
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.
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?
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.
We Give You the Meaning, You Give Us the Word
Then set your eyes and your language centers on the following dozen questions, where we give you the MEANING of the word we want you to find, and it is up to you to choose the word that fits that definition. Choose the word corresponding to the meaning in the photo above.
How Do These Countries Rank?
South Africa Uganda Azerbaijan North Korea Which country speaks the most languages among its population?
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.
Test Your Synonyms, Antonyms and Defintions!
With increasing levels of excitement The language or vocabulary peculiar to a class or profession To be particularly muscular Pertaining to the neck What is the definition of the word "Pedantic"?
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?
Can You Complete the Proverb?
You probably do some reading and have an curiosity about the language. Perhaps your parents used to say them to you! That said, there is a little room for improvement. No doubt you can make top score if you try again. If you'd like, you can retake the test.
Can You Complete All Proverbs Correctly?
You probably read quite a bit and enjoy the language, so you remember these sayings. Perhaps your parents used to say them to you! That said, there is a little room for improvement. We're sure you've got an A grade in you to make it this far. If you'd like, you can retake the test.
Can You Identify the Correct Plurals?
Your results show that it seems you're not completely confident with the most advanced aspects of the English language. But don't worry, since we've got you covered here at BabaMail!
Are You Constantly Misusing These Words?
Perhaps that's because we used to fear our teachers, who really made us learn; perhaps it's because the language has changed so much. In any case, there is such a thing as correct English. Let's see how well you can do on our test of our language's most misused and misunderstood words.
Help Us Complete These Sentences!
That is the best way of enriching our vocabulary and our language. Check out the answers to learn from the mistakes you did make. Share Result You Aced It! Your lexicon is extraordinary. You're obviously a verbal person or one who is an avid reader of books.
Tell Apart These Easily Confused Words
When two words are very similar in terms of spelling, pronunciation or meaning, things can get really confusing, especially in a language with such a vast lexicon as English.
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 Your English Survive This Quiz?
Try reading a few books to enrich your language and remind yourself some grammatical rules and spellings. Share Result Good Job! Well done! You have a pretty good score, which means you know your English grammar, spelling and some sayings.
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.