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How Well Do You Know Fictional Languages?

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  1. What elegant race does this language belong to?

    The human language, High Valyrian.
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    The human language, High Valyrian.
    The language of those who came before, High Speech.
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    The language of those who came before, High Speech.
    The elvish language, Quenya.
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    The elvish language, Quenya.
    The dwarvish language, Khuzdul.
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    The dwarvish language, Khuzdul.
    Correct!
    Wrong!

    That was the elvish language, Quenya.

    From J. R. R. Tolkien's Lord of the Rings book series.

    That was the elvish language, Quenya.
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  1. What rough section of space is responsible for this language?

    Old Tongue
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    Old Tongue
    Klingon
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    Klingon
    Correct!
    Wrong!

    That was klingon, the language of the Klingons.

    From Star Trek.

    That was klingon, the language of the Klingons.
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  1. Can you recognize this powerful tongue?

    Correct!
    Wrong!

    That was the language of the Dothraki.

    The Dothraki language was developed for the HBO show Game of Thrones, based on the George R.R. Martin series of the same name.

    That was the language of the Dothraki.
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  1. What's the name of this language you probably wouldn't want to hear in a dark alley?

    Sith, language of the Dark Jedi.
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    Sith, language of the Dark Jedi.
    Aklo, language of the Old Gods.
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    Aklo, language of the Old Gods.
    Daedric, language of the Demons.
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    Daedric, language of the Demons.
    Gargish, language of the Gargoyles.
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    Gargish, language of the Gargoyles.
    Correct!
    Wrong!

    That was Aklo, language of Cthulu and his Old Gods

    That was Aklo, language of Cthulu and his Old Gods
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  1. What's this language from long time ago in a galaxy far, far away?

    Mando’a
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    Mando’a
    Toydarian
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    Toydarian
    Correct!
    Wrong!

    That was Mando'a.

    Language of the Mandalorians, like Boba Fett, from the Star Wars films.

    That was Mando'a.
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  1. What language is this, citizen?

    Galactic Standard
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    Galactic Standard
    Newspeak
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    Newspeak
    Correct!
    Wrong!

    That was Newspeak.

    The language of the dystopian future from George Orwell's Nineteen Eighty-Four.

    That was Newspeak.
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  1. What playful language is being spoken in the clip above?

    Correct!
    Wrong!

    That gibberish-like language was Simlish!

    The language spoken by the Sims from the game series of the same name.

    That gibberish-like language was Simlish!
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  1. Do you recognize this idyllic dialogue?

    Correct!
    Wrong!

    That was the Na´vi language, best expressed in the immortal font of Papyrus.

    Na´vi was developed for James Cameron's Avatar, who took the time to create an entire language, and then expressed it with the garbage font Papyrus.

    That was the Na´vi language, best expressed in the immortal font of Papyrus.
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  1. What villainous language was that?

    Parseltongue
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    Parseltongue
    Dark Speech
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    Dark Speech
    Draugr
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    Draugr
    Dragonspeak
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    Dragonspeak
    Correct!
    Wrong!

    That was Parseltongue, the language of snakes.

    Parseltongue was developed for the Harry Potter series of books and films.

    That was Parseltongue, the language of snakes.
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