Languages Midterm Answers – Pokemon Scarlet and Violet

Pokemon Scarlet and Violet Languages Midterm Answers guide.

In Pokemon Scarlet and Pokemon Violet there are classes for players to attend at the Naranja/Uva Academy. These classes cover a wide range of topics in the Pokemon world from fighting and breeding to cooking and history. One of the classes players can attend is Languages. Halfway through the Languages classes there is a midterm of five questions. Use our Pokemon Scarlet and Violet Languages Midterm answers guide to answer the questions correctly.

What are the Pokemon Scarlet and Violet Languages Midterm Answers?

The Languages Midterm becomes available after you’ve completed the Languages (3) class. Once this class is completed if you speak to the lobby lady in the Entrance Hall and ask to attend a class, the Languages Midterm will be there on the list. This class is a five question test players must complete to advance to the next class. To pass you need to answer 3/5 questions correctly.

In this test you will have your knowledge of different languages tested. This means knowing certain phrases that have been presented to you in previous classes. The answers for the test are:

Languages Midterm Question 1

Q. Gracias, arigato, merci, and xiexie all share the same meaning. What is it?
A. Thank you.

Languages Midterm Question 2

Q. Which of the following means “delicious”?
A. Delicieux.

Languages Midterm Question 3

Q. Which of these phrases doesn’t belong?
A. Time to eat.

Languages Midterm Question 4

Q. When speaking with a person, what is the first step to smooth communication??
A. Compliment them.

Languages Midterm Question 5

Q. What is your beloved teacher’s name?
A. Salvatore.

Following the exam, back in the Entrance Hall, speak to the lady at the front desk to get your grade. For passing the test you receive 5x Exp. Candies S. Not a bad little reward.


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