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Exercise "Adverbs and habits", created by lunatik (a free exercise to learn English):
Results of the 9 912 people who have taken this test:
Average mark: 63 / 100 Tweeter Share
Latest member with a 100/100 (perfect mark): ploplo / SWITZERLAND, on Saturday 02 April 2016 - 22:58:
"Thanks a lot for the exercise !!"
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Stats (9836 candidates)
Question 1 passed: 75.2 %
In my family, we * at seven, except on Saturdays and Sundays.
Question 2 passed: 61.2 %
We * breakfast with our parents, every day of the week and during holidays.
Question 3 passed: 75.2 %
We * to school at nine,
Question 4 passed: 71 %
but I * school at ten when a teacher is absent.
Question 5 passed: 61.7 %
I * late, when I go back to sleep after the alarm-clock has rung.
Question 6 passed: 58.5 %
Our mother * tea. She can't tolerate any other hot beverage.
Question 7 passed: 69.4 %
When I get up, I * a glass of orange juice if there is some left.
Question 8 passed: 63.5 %
My brother is always hungry, he * another apple before leaving.
Question 9 passed: 63.8 %
He must * because he eats a lot, which takes him a lot of time.
Question 10 passed: 57.3 %
My father * cereals because he hates this kind of food.
Question 11 passed: 58.9 %
He * fried eggs : that's what he prefers.
Question 12 passed: 53.1 %
He * toasts and marmalade, but not every day because sugar is bad for his health.
Question 13 passed: 59.5 %
He * to the radio before going to work, almost every morning.
Question 14 passed: 60.3 %
On Sundays Mummy * breakfast in bed, how lucky she is !
Question 15 passed: 49.4 %
We * cakes and croissants, when our father gets up early on Sundays.
Question 16 passed: 42.6 %
You * imagine how happy we are !
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