I love you in different languages

Valentine’s Day Quiz – Round 4 – Language

This round includes ten different ways of saying I love you in different languages. Can you identify which language is which?

1. Je t’aime


2. Ti amo


3. Ich liebe dich


4. Kocham cię


5. S’agapo


6. Miluju tě


7. Ek het jou lief


8. Jag älskar dig

Swedish (Very similar to Danish – “jeg elsker dig”, so accept if you wish)

9. Te amo or te quiero


10. Ik hou van jou



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French Quiz – The following are all films originally released in English. The titles were translated into French for the film release in France – can you identify these films from the translations?

1. Le Silence des agneaux

The Silence of the Lambs

2. La Belle et la bête

Beauty and the Beast

3. La Guerre des mondes

War of the Worlds

4. Retour vers le futur

Back to the Future

5. L’Âge de glace

Ice Age

6. Le cygne noir

Black Swan

7. La Planète des singes

Planet of the Apes

8. Cendrillon


9. Harry Potter et la Coupe de Feu 

Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire

10. La Nuit au musée

Night at the Museum


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Can you translate the following words into the correct European languages? Spelling may be approximate, as long as the word is readily understandable.

1. The colour ‘blue’ in French.


2. ‘Ice cream’ in Italian.


3. ‘Tomorrow’ in Spanish.


4. ‘Wales’ in Welsh.


5. ‘Thank you’ in Finnish.


6. ‘Hello’ in Portuguese.


7. ‘Dog’ in German


8. ‘Hello’ in Polish.


9. ‘Welcome’ in Dutch.


10. The number ‘one’ Norwegian.



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1. ‘Bein’ is the German word for which part of the body?


2. If you were to order ‘huevos fritos’ in Spain, what would you receive?

Fried eggs

3. If wine is described as ‘doux’, what kind of taste does it have?


4. What is the Italian word for ‘meat’?


5. How would you say hello in Portuguese?


6. ‘Kiitos’ is thank you in which language?


7. What is the official language of Ghana?


8. How many letters exist in the Greek alphabet?


9. From which language does the word ‘futon’ originate?


10. What is the French word for ‘yesterday’?






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1. Which French phrase, adopted into the English language, literally means ‘terrible child’ and can be used to describe a person whose behaviour is unconventional or disruptive?

Enfant terrible

2. Which German phrase is used in English to describe a person who looks identical to another?


3. If an Italian person wished you a ‘buon compleanno’, what would they be saying?

Happy Birthday

4. ‘Merhaba’ is a greeting in which language?


5. In 1998, Kylie Minogue released a single with the title in French – what was it called?

Je Ne Sais Pas Pourquoi (translates as ‘I don’t know why)

6. An item on an Indian menu containing ‘aloo’, has which ingredient?


7. ‘Suomi’ is the name of which country in its mother tongue?


8. If you ordered ‘patatas fritas’ from a Spanish menu, what would you get to eat?

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9. ‘Pad Thai’ is a Thai dish with what as its main ingredient?


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1. ‘Veni, vidi, vici’ is a Latin phrase attributed to Julius Caesar – how does it translate into English?

I came, I saw, I conquered

2. If you were eating a ‘Wurst’ in Germany, what would it be?

A sausage

3. ‘Typhoon’, ‘cummerbund’ and ‘bungalow’ are words which originate from which language?

Urdu (Accept also Hindi, as lines of origin are very blurred)

4. From which language did we acquire musical terms such as ‘a cappella’, ‘crescendo’ and ‘arpeggio’?


 5. In a French clothes shop, what would you be buying if you wanted a ‘jupe’?

A skirt

6 What, on an Indian menu, is ‘kulfi’?

A type of ice cream

7. What does RSVP at the end of a letter stand for?

Répondez s’il vous plaît

8. ‘Carpe diem’ is the Latin for..?

Seize the day

9. What does ‘adios’ mean?

Goodbye (in Spanish)

10. Which well-known French phrase literally means ‘outside the work’?

Hors d’oeuvre





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