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Exercise "Forms of verbs", created by here4u (a free exercise to learn English):
Results of the 2 966 people who have taken this test:
Average mark: 63 / 100 Share
Latest member with a 100/100 (perfect mark): colocolo / FRANCE, on Tuesday 07 February - 11:42:
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Stats (2966 candidates)
Question 1 passed: 70.4 %
Until a year ago, I (never/ fly)* with a baby. It was a transatlantic flight, and
Question 2 passed: 41.2 %
it (be/last)* for at least 7 hours! Being very practical,
Question 3 passed: 71.2 %
I (prepare)* 3 clean baby bottles, the can with the formula, and a lot of clean nappies and underwear in advance.
Question 4 passed: 67.4 %
Of course, after checking in, but before boarding, the security (reject)* the mineral water necessary to get the bottles ready and I was worried :
Question 5 passed: 51.6 %
They had told me the water (be/provide)* on the plane for free ...
Question 6 passed: 72.2 %
Two hours after taking off, Teddy (start /squirm)*. He was obviously hungry.
Question 7 passed: 62.4 %
When I (ask)* for the mineral water, the flight attendant
Question 8 passed: 70.3 %
immediately (bring)* a bottle of sparkling water. He said he was sorry,
Question 9 passed: 72.9 %
but the packs of Ted's usual brand (be/crush)*
Question 10 passed: 53.6 %
during the take off and (cannot/ drink)*.
Question 11 passed: 63.3 %
Ted (have/drink)* sparkling milk, or do without it.
Question 12 passed: 78.6 %
When I (try)* to give Little Ted a bottle of 'sparkling milk',
Question 13 passed: 68.1 %
he (start /shriek)*
Question 14 passed: 63.1 %
and (wriggle)* like mad! 'He won't like champagne,' I thought!
Question 15 passed: 52.5 %
I (providentially /bring)* his pacifier and
Question 16 passed: 49.9 %
he (suck)* it eagerly
Question 17 passed: 67.4 %
as I (may/pace)* along the corridor, cuddling him to help him fall asleep.
Question 18 passed: 62.4 %
He (do)*... like an angel.
Question 19 passed: 70.3 %
When we landed, it was the first time he (sleep)* for 7 hours in a row without a bottle! Well done, Teddy! Welcome to the USA !
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