This was created for a grade 7 World Languages class that met every other day for one semester (approximately 45 days).
There are tests and lists (with translations) included for days of the week, numbers 0-10, and common questions/answers/phrases for French, German, Spanish, Chinese, Korean, and Japanese.
The lists are set up for 4 (advanced), 3 (proficient), 2 (basic), 1 (minimal) scoring. This means that I asked all students to do level 3 work: days, numbers 0-10, and a short phrase/question list. If students wanted a challenge, they had to review the level 4 phrases/questions on their own and complete the additional portion of the tests. If students did perfectly on the level 3, their highest score was a B+. If they also did well on the level 4 test, they could move into the A range. If they didn't do well on the tests, they could move down to the level 2 (C range) or 1. You can change whatever you want when you download it.
The lists are the same for each language (aside from a few phrases that don't translate into one language or another). So, "How are you?" is on every language's list.
I used these products to introduce study skills: how to use flashcards/flashcard games, how to use Quizlet/Quizlet live, how to practice alone and with partners...etc. Students had to do French and German, and then they could choose Spanish, Korean, Japanese, or Chinese. This took of about 1/2 of the class time. (The other half of the class time was used to do culture projects uses FACES magazines.)
You can modify what you want to. If you have to teach this class, these lists will save you a LOT of time.
(I am very confident that the French, German, and Spanish vocabulary lists error free, but the Asian languages possibly have errors. I did hours of research for the Asian languages, and they are a good resource for what was done in the class!)