When you speak, does your language actually sound like the modern day? Whether you believe in past lives or reincarnation, your language may be from a totally different era! Which era does your language belong to? Embark on this language journey and find out!
There’s a yard sale going on in your neighborhood. What do you buy?
A silk scarf
A stoneware crock
A pearl necklace
A folding fan
A fainting couch
When in a relationship, you're most likely to refer to your partner as your...
What do you call the things you own?
What do you call the place you live?
It’s your birthday! What do you hope to get as a present?
If your friend wore very nice clothes, you would describe them as....
What’s your vice?
During a long silence, one can feel quite...
If someone were speaking quietly, you would say they were talking....
In hushed tones.
In a whisper.
Under their breath.
In a mumble.
When you can't stop consuming something, like cigarettes or alcohol, you could have:
Your language belongs to the modern era! There's no doubt that you're a modern day gal who is heavily influenced by the modern world. You're not afraid to use slang, love to text with abbreviations, and pretty much hate talking on the phone. Though you're a fast talker with a lot of opinions, you're not afraid to express those opinions in 140 characters or less!
The Modern Era
Your language is from the Shakespearean era! Also known as the golden age of language, this era is all about wordplay. You have a very rich vocabulary and often come across as very eloquent. You speak in soft tones and aren't one to use slang or abbreviations. Your language is precise and often quite lovely. Not to mention your flair for the dramatic!
The Shakespearean Era
Your language is from the Victorian era! Sharp and meaningful, you rely heavily on big words and rich vocabulary to make your conversations even more exciting. You aren't one to use slang and you kind of hate text speak. You love to read the works of great authors such as Jane Austen and live for a bit of flowery romance in everyday life.
The Victorian Era
Your language is from the Revolutionary era! Though you have a rich vocabulary, you aren't afraid to pepper in some slang or some expletives to get your point across. A bit old school in most ways, you love to communicate face to face and still wish letter writing was a common thing. While you don't elaborate or become too flowery in conversation, you do love to read and flaunt your hard earned wisdom.
The Revolutionary Era
Your language is from the Medieval era! You're all about that slang and common speak. You don't care much for big words or flowery language, because who really cares anyway? Sure, you read and are very intelligent, but you'd much rather speak with slang or abbreviations to get your point across. Fun and light hearted, even in the darkest of times you can find an excuse for a drink or laugh.