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Exercise "A Fishing Town", created by anonyme (a free exercise to learn English):
Results of the 997 people who have taken this test:
Average mark: 71 / 100 Share
Latest member with a 100/100 (perfect mark): chocolatcitron / FRANCE, on Sunday 22 November - 01:48:
"Merci, j'adore !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! une bonne bouffée d'air iodée !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!"
They got a perfect mark
Stats (707 candidates)
Question 1 passed: 90.7 %
The fishing * goes out to sea.
Question 2 passed: 81.2 %
The fisherman * his trap with buoys.
Question 3 passed: 51.3 %
Early in the morning people go down to the * to dig for clams.
Question 4 passed: 88.5 %
In the summer months, tourists come to * in the sea.
Question 5 passed: 68.6 %
Fishermen take pride in their *.
Question 6 passed: 84.3 %
Many * live near the shore and feed on sea creatures.
Question 7 passed: 55.3 %
A statue commemorates the fishermen who * at sea over the years.
Question 8 passed: 81.8 %
Many people enjoy drinking clam chowder and eating *.
Question 9 passed: 89.3 %
As the waves crash on the shore, children build * on the beach.
Question 10 passed: 67.8 %
After swimming in the ocean, it is necessary to wash the * from one's hair.
Question 11 passed: 66.6 %
A speciality * seaside candy-makers is saltwater taffy.
Question 12 passed: 92.2 %
Girls and boys collect seashells on the *.
Question 13 passed: 81.2 %
Pearls and * are collected in the sea and are all valued highly.
Question 14 passed: 62.1 %
Old wooden beams, bottles and flotsam of all sorts wash up on *.
Question 15 passed: 55.3 %
The * of the seaside is mainly wooden clapboard and shingle.
Question 16 passed: 47.2 %
Many * reside in tide-pools during low tide and are separated from the sea until the next high tide.
Question 17 passed: 73.8 %
Port and starboard, not left and right, are used on boats to denote relative *.
Question 18 passed: 63.2 %
The salty sea air blows ashore all day, providing ample wind for *.
Question 19 passed: 60.5 %
Near rocks and marinas, * were used to ward off endangered ships before the advent of SONAR, GPS and radio.
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