The Absolute Language Test

I was perusing the tests on OkCupid tonight and came across one I hadn’t yet seen: The Absolute Language Test.

There are plenty of language tests I’ve taken before, like The Commonly Confused Words Test and The Could You Win the National Spelling Bee Test.  While they’re fun, they’re also easy.

But this test is crazy.

It not only tests you on the English language, it also moves into French, Japanese, Norwegian, Farsi and even cuneiform and hieroglyphics!  It’s a great workout for your brain because it gets you out of your comfort zone and makes you think creatively.

You have to try it out.

Try it here!

(For the record, I scored 65% eloquent, 62% well-versed, 26% so-so, 19% amateur and 10% ignoramus.)

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6 responses to “The Absolute Language Test

  1. How do you find your results? All I got was “Just You Wait, ‘Enry ‘Iggins!” Does it take a minute to tally the score?

  2. Maybe you have to register first. I hope that’s not the case!

  3. 54% Eloquent, 50% Well-Versed, 21% So-So, 19% Amateur and 29% Ignoramus!
    Sheesh, I thought I was sumbuddy!

  4. My results are almost identical to Kate’s – I scored 67% on Eloquent, 58% on Well-Versed, 26% on So-So, 12% Amateur and 12% Ignoramus. No surprise that the result tells us that we are “master(s) of the art of language” and “get annoyed with people who don’t use proper grammar.” Well, duh – what are we doing here, after all? ;-)

  5. Huh.

    53% Eloquent, 59% Well-Versed, 31% So-So, 19% Amateur and 18% Ignoramus!

  6. 80% Eloquent, 65% Well-Versed, 17% So-So, 8% Amateur and 5% Ignoramus!

    :O
    That was fun.

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