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Exercise "Differences between the USA and Canada", created by anonyme (a free exercise to learn English):
Results of the 2 753 people who have taken this test:
Average mark: 62 / 100 Share
Latest member with a 100/100 (perfect mark): colocolo / FRANCE, on Sunday 24 February - 14:36:
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Stats (493 candidates)
Question 1 passed: 80.5 %
The head of state in Canada is called the *.
Question 2 passed: 72 %
Canada is still a realm of the British Commonwealth. A realm is *.
Question 3 passed: 65.9 %
America and Canada have * major political parties, respectively.
Question 4 passed: 72.8 %
Both Canada and the USA use a currency called * though this currency is different in both nations.
Question 5 passed: 61.1 %
The one bill America prints that Canada doesn't is the *.
Question 6 passed: 65.9 %
A Canadian one dollar coin is sometimes called a *.
Question 7 passed: 55.4 %
Canada no longer mints this coin, *, though it is still legal currency.
Question 8 passed: 66.5 %
* is the bigger of the two countries.
Question 9 passed: 64.9 %
* is the more populated of the two countries.
Question 10 passed: 68.6 %
The US has * States.
Question 11 passed: 83.8 %
Canada has * provinces.
Question 12 passed: 63.5 %
An * is an American territory with limited voting rights.
Question 13 passed: 62.1 %
Canada has 3 * which are not considered jurisdiction and therefore are managed by the federal government.
Question 14 passed: 63.9 %
The US spends more money on it's * than Canada.
Question 15 passed: 67.3 %
Canada spends more money on it's * than the US.
Question 16 passed: 53.5 %
Canada uses metrics to measure and the US uses the * system.
Question 17 passed: 38.5 %
* spells the following words without a "U": Honor, Valor, labor.
Question 18 passed: 66.3 %
Canada spells the last letter of the alphabet (z) like *.
Question 19 passed: 59.4 %
If a Canadian asks for a 'pop' they are asking for what an American would call a *.
Question 20 passed: 64.5 %
Many Canadians add the sound * at the end of a question as if to ask 'Do you agree?'.
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