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    Exercise "Nautical terms", created by sydney44 (a free exercise to learn English):
    Results of the 916 people who have taken this test:
    Average mark: 52 / 100 Share

    Latest member with a 100/100 (perfect mark): moises / MEXICO, on Saturday 10 December - 05:26:
    "J'ai bien aimé cet exercice! :D"

    They got a perfect mark

    Stats (770 candidates)
    Question 1 passed: 66.9 %
    Vertical support of the mainsail fixed on the deck of the boat:*

    Question 2 passed: 63.6 %
    Horizontal support of the mainsail articulated on the mast:*

    Question 3 passed: 57.8 %
    Principal sail hoisted back of the mast:*

    Question 4 passed: 58.8 %
    Sail located in front of the mast:*

    Question 5 passed: 43.4 %
    Rope being used to regulate angle of mainsail or jib compared to the wind:*

    Question 6 passed: 41.8 %
    Tackle, drawing the boom downwards, fixed at the bottom of the mast:*

    Question 7 passed: 41.7 %
    Mobile device intended to control the direction of a boat:*

    Question 8 passed: 60.3 %
    Part being used to order the steerage to direct the boat:*

    Question 9 passed: 42.5 %
    Immersed part of the steerage:*

    Question 10 passed: 29.5 %
    Immersed part, able to be raised, which is opposed to side displacement:*

    Question 11 passed: 34 %
    Housing in the hull allowing to make slide drift vertically:*

    Question 12 passed: 41.9 %
    Outer jacket of the ship or careens:*

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