While the quiz was in English and not Spanish (that would be great and I'll keep looking to see if someone has created one), it addresses observations we've made in class about different words Spanish speakers use to identify the same thing, based on their country of origin.
For example, in Spain, the word for car is coche; however, carro or automóvil is used in other countries. For these countries, coche is a carriage and in Mexico and Central America, it may refer to a pig. Public transportation is widely used throughout Latin America and the word for bus varies from country to country. Some examples include flota (Colombia), buseta (Colombia), colectivo (Bolivia), guagua (Puerto Rico and Cuba), and camión (Mexico). The latter is a truck in most Spanish-speaking countries.
As we continue to acquire new vocabulary, take note of the variations that occur among Spanish-speakers. Maybe we'll discover enough words to create our own survey for Spanish!