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Exercise "Hotel and Vocabulary", created by greg100 (a free exercise to learn English):
Results of the 10 605 people who have taken this test:
Average mark: 72.5 / 100 Share
Latest member with a 100/100 (perfect mark): ploplo / SWITZERLAND, on Saturday 15 February - 21:30:
"!! Thanks a lot for the exercise !! Dziekuje !!"
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Stats (10604 candidates)
Question 1 passed: 75 %
- Welcome to the Blue Star Hotel. How may I help you? - I'd like to * for two people, for two nights.
Question 2 passed: 78.9 %
Do you have any rooms available for June 10th? I'd like to make a *.
Question 3 passed: 75.3 %
We stayed in the comfortable, spacious, newly renovated * for our wedding night.
Question 4 passed: 76.9 %
How much is the small bottle of liquor in the * ?
Question 5 passed: 79.6 %
A room in which only one person should sleep - *.
Question 6 passed: 75.6 %
When making a reservation at a hotel, Sue was asked if she'd prefer to stay in a single or *.
Question 7 passed: 65.2 %
I need a room. What is the * ?
Question 8 passed: 75.7 %
Carol paid the additional charges on a bill, * and left the hotel.
Question 9 passed: 71.3 %
When Sam arrived at the hotel, the receptionist greeted him and *.
Question 10 passed: 69.5 %
We are pleased to offer you full * as a part of our package.
Question 11 passed: 67 %
When young persons travel, they often find cheaper accommodation in *.
Question 12 passed: 70.2 %
After a very long drive, the driver checked into the cheap roadside *.
Question 13 passed: 73.8 %
The hotel bar has just been closed. Let's buy an orange juice box from a * . Have you got any coins?
Question 14 passed: 69 %
I'm afraid they're * here because of the Trade Fair.We'll need to find another hotel.
Question 15 passed: 66.9 %
A nice * took my suitcase with a smile and brought it to my room.
Question 16 passed: 72.2 %
We are fully booked and have no * for the upcoming weekend.
Question 17 passed: 76 %
I'd like a * for seven o'clock tomorrow.
Question 18 passed: 70.3 %
You'll have to check in at the *.
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