French Language Game: Trivia Quiz



Quick French Language Game: French Trivia Quiz
Play a quick and fun language game to practice your French. Try these trivia questions. 

  • Do you know what and where the "Galeries Lafayette" are? 
  • Do you know the other name of the "Saint Bénézet Bridge?
  • What is the Trocadéro? 

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More Than a French Language Game

Don't forget: You can practice French online for FREE with our 36-Scene French 1 Travel-Story: "Daniel en France".
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"The Story" and easy games will let you forget that you are actually learning French!
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German Language Game - Modal Shoot



Quick German Language Game: The 6 German modals:
Level: Elementary (A2)
Time to Play:
3 minutes

Play a quick online game to learn the infinitive forms of the 6 German modal verbs.
Modal verbs are "helping verbs" that are "usually used with another verb to express ideas such as possibility, necessity, and permission". [Merriam-Webster]

Exception: the modal verb "mögen" is generally not used with another verb, but rather with a noun.

6 German Modal Verbs

• müssen - must, to have to
• können - can, to be able
• dürfen - may, to be allowed
• wollen - to want
• sollen - should, to ought to
• mögen - to like

6 Model Verbs in a Sentence

• Ich muss arbeiten. - I must work. [müssen]
• Ich can work. - I can work. [können]
• Ich darf arbeiten. - I'm allowed to work. [dürfen]
• Ich will arbeiten. - I want to work. [wollen]
• Ich soll arbeiten. - I ought to work. [sollen]
• Ich mag meine Arbeit. - I like my work. [mögen]


Grow your vocabulary and improve your pronunciation with this German language game.
If you like Quizzes you can test yourself also with this Quiz about "können".
And if the modal verb "können" interests you, then you should also read our post How to use the German Modal Verb "können".
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Don't forget: You can practice German online for FREE with our 36-Scene German 1 Story: "Michael in Deutschland" and our 72-Scene German 2 Mystery Story Sequel: "Blüten in Berlin?".
(And - if you already know that "Blüten" means blossom in German - you'll learn that Blüten has still another meaning...).
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German Language Game: Quiz 4 Cities



Quick German Language Game: Quiz 4 Cities

Level: Elementary (A2)
Playing Time: 3 1/2 minutes

Fun facts about 4 German cities. Can you guess? Try this Quick Quiz-as-a-Game.

You may know that a "Römer" is a man from Rome, but do you know the other meaning?
And do you know in which city Mark Twain's "Tramp Abroad" is set?
Find out and practice some useful vocabulary with this German language game.
And - if you happen to visit Frankfurt - here is a map and suggested walk through the old city, which also takes you by the "Römer"...


I went to school about about 25 miles north of Frankfurt, in Bad Nauheim - quite a few years later than Franklin Roosevelt who attended school there as well for 6 weeks in the late 1890s. If you are intrigued, read Where "Bad" does not mean "bad"!

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Don't forget: You can practice German online for FREE with our 36-Scene German 1 Story: "Michael in Deutschland" and our 72-Scene German 2 Mystery Story Sequel: "Blüten in Berlin?".
(And - if you already know that "Blüten" means blossom in German - you'll learn that Blüten has still another meaning...).
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Spanish Language Game: Numbers 1-20



Spanish Language Game: Spanish Numbers 1-20.
Have you ever misunderstood when someone told you the time or a price in Spanish?
Mastering Spanish numbers is crucial for daily life in a Spanish-speaking environment.
The more automatic numbers become for you, the better.
This game will help you get there easily! 
Learn and practice Spanish numbers 1-20 with a fun interactive game that has you practice numbers out of sequence and with simple additions and subtractions.

  • uno - one, 1
  • dos - two, 2
  • tres - three, 3
  • cuatro - four, 4
  • cinco - five, 5
  • seis - six, 6
  • siete - seven, 7
  • ocho - eight, 8
  • nueve - nine, 9
  • diez - ten, 10
  • once - eleven, 11
  • doce - twelve, 12
  • trece - thirteen, 13
  • catorce - fourteen, 14
  • quince - fifteen, 15
  • dieciséis - sixteen, 16
  • diecisiete - seventeen, 17
  • dieciocho - eighteen, 18
  • diecinueve - nineteen, 19
  • veinte - twenty, 20

Spanish numbers should not be difficult for English speakers.
Memorizing the numbers 1-20 is a first step.
And when you also learn the "teens" 20-90 (see our other Spanish Language Game: Numbers 21 and beyond), you'll be able to understand and construct all numbers 21-99.
If you'd like to know more about the Spanish numbering system, read our post and click on: Uno-dos-tres: Spanish Numbers are Easy.
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Our FREE Spanish 1 course will let you learn and practice Spanish playfully - with a travel-story of a young man in Spain and easy games.


French Language Game Numbers 1-20



 Quick French Language Game: French Numbers 1-20
Learn & practice the basic French numbers 1-20 with a fun interactive language game.
And when you are done you can continue with  French Numbers 21 and Beyond.
Some of the French numbers from 1-20 resemble those in English, but because of the pronunciation you really have to practice them.
Once you have memorized 1-20 well, 21-69 should not be too difficult.
Yes, you also need to know 20, 30, 40, 50, and 60, but otherwise it works like the English system.
But then the fun begins: 70 is 60+10, 80 is 4x20, 90 is 4x20 + 10, and all the numbers in between make your head spin!
Play the game a few times until you get it!

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More Than a French Language Game

Don't forget: You can practice French online for FREE with our 36-Scene French 1 Travel-Story: "Daniel en France".
In it you learn and practice all the words, phrases and sentences you also hear in the podcasts.
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"The Story" and easy games will let you forget that you are actually learning French!
And, if you have any language questions  - don't hesitate to contact us!

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