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Latin Language Lessons Quiz

Trivia about Latin Language words

Welcome to the Latin Language Lessons Quiz.

Latin is one of the oldest languages in the world and there are numerous interesting facts about the language. Firstly, the first scriptures written in the Latin language can be traced back to 75 BC. Furthermore, the Latin language got its name from the region of Latium in the old Roman Empire. In the olden days, Latin was considered the language of scholars and educated people.

Whether you’re fluent in the language or simply looking to brush up on your Latin skills, the Big Latin Language Lessons Quiz is perfect for you. See how many of the 10 questions you can answer correctly by taking the quiz now and sharing you results to show off all your Latin skills.

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  • Question of

    What does the Latin phrase ‘Carpe Diem’ mean?

    • Seize the day
    • Don’t wait forever
    • Never assume
    • Eat healthily
  • Question of

    What does vale mean in Latin?

    • Goodbye
    • Hello
    • Wait
    • Look
  • Question of

    The Latin phrase “veni, vidi, vici” is attributed to who?

    • Julius Caesar
    • Augustus
    • Cleopatra
    • Mark Antony
  • Question of

    What is the name given to the group of languages that have their roots in Latin?

    • Romance
    • Semitic
    • Germanic
    • Slavic
  • Question of

    What does the Latin word salve mean?

    • Welcome
    • Goodbye
    • Look out
    • Stop
  • Question of

    The Latin phrase “Ostende mihi pecuniam” translates to English as what?

    • Show me the money
    • Spend a penny
    • My two cents
    • Pound for pound
  • Question of

    What does the phrase “Ora et labora” mean?

    • Pray and work
    • Eat and drink
    • Arts and books
    • Cheese and crackers
  • Question of

    What is the meaning of “interbellum”?

    • Between wars
    • Between days
    • Between parties
    • Between towns
  • Question of

    What does “Volvo” literally mean?

    • I roll
    • I drive
    • I go
    • I speed
  • Question of

    What is the English meaning of the Latin phrase “postmortem”?

    • After death
    • In the womb
    • Around
    • In wine, truth

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