Games to improve your foreign language skills.

Give your brain a break from absorbing a new language and test how well you know the global community with our free and fun games and trivia!

There are over 7.5 billion people on the planet, and humanity is a rich tapestry of cultures, traditions, and dialects. At Language Trainers, we’re proud to celebrate mankind’s differences by encouraging as many people around the world to learn as many languages as possible. But we also love to celebrate the other national and regional variances that make each and every one of us unique.

Thus, our games and trivia aim not only to give you a short break from learning a new language, but they celebrate our large and diverse world through education. See how many nationalities you can identify based on the accent of people speaking English and Spanish. Learn about the best coffee in the world, how to order it, and the unique ways to make it. And pitch your ability to identify the flags of the world against competitors from around the planet. We hope you have fun playing these games and sharing them with your friends and family! But mostly, we hope they inspire you: To learn a new language by enrolling in one of our courses; to expand your knowledge of our global community; and to appreciate the differences—big and small—which make every language and culture so exceptional.

Accent Game

How good are you at spotting accents from around the world?

English is the world’s most widely spoken language. While it is the primary tongue of 18 countries, almost every country speaks it to some degree as it is the world’s common corporate dialect. Spanish follows, being the native language of 21 countries, and a minority in an additional four, including the USA.

Fancy a coffee?

No matter where you travel, you’ll still need your morning cup of coffee!

Do you fancy yourself a coffee connoisseur? Think you’re an authority on Americanos and a professional of portafilters? Then challenge yourself to identify coffees from around the world based on their local label. We have the names of 54 unique ways to prepare coffee from six different countries. Read the name, guess how you think the coffee is prepared, and then click to find the answer.

We will also tell you how to order a coffee in various languages from around the world, as well as where to find the best beans our planet has to offer!

Guess the Flag

Is that Guinea or Gana? Malawi or Madagascar? Can YOU connect each flag to its country?

Do you know Bolivia from Bulgaria? What about Nicaragua from Nigeria or Togo from Tonga? Try your hand at identifying the national flags of the world with Guess the Flag: A game that proves our planet is as diverse and colorful as ever!.