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Exercise "Let's get dressed...", created by here4u (a free exercise to learn English):
Results of the 5 662 people who have taken this test:
Average mark: 51 / 100 Share
Latest member with a 100/100 (perfect mark): icare29 / FRANCE, on Wednesday 12 August - 10:40:
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Stats (5661 candidates)
Question 1 passed: 62.9 %
Have you already heard about *-codes?
Question 2 passed: 55 %
When Jack started working for an Airline company, they insisted on their different policies! Of course, Jack didnít have to * a uniform, as he wasnít a member of the flying staff.
Question 3 passed: 60.1 %
Yet, they insisted he should always * a jacket, a shirt and tie, formal trousers, clean or new khakis and leather shoes.
Question 4 passed: 51.5 %
* jeans was forbidden in the company!
Question 5 passed: 63.1 %
You had to * in business attire ranging from 'black tie', 'business-professional' to (very rarely) 'business informal'.
Question 6 passed: 54.9 %
When I met Pete in the managerís office, he wasnít * a tieÖ
Question 7 passed: 45.4 %
He wasnít formal enough, really... * in casual slacks.
Question 8 passed: 45.9 %
He must have been feeling out of place during the meeting where everyone was * dark suits... I was glad I had stuck to the code.
Question 9 passed: 43.8 %
I remember when we all went to Vikramís wedding-party in Chicago. Gayatri, the bride, was * in a bright red and gold sari, and looked as if she had come directly from the Arabian Nights tales.
Question 10 passed: 40.9 %
Besides, all the little girls were * up as Indian miniature women ; they were the cutest Princesses I had ever seen!
Question 11 passed: 39.1 %
It may be quite awkward for western male executives to feel comfortable * in an Indian kurta but all the men wanted to pay tribute to the bride and bridegroom, and celebrate their origins.
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