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Exercise "Smelling bad animals", created by dessain (a free exercise to learn English):
Results of the 488 people who have taken this test:
Average mark: 62.5 / 100 Share
Latest member with a 100/100 (perfect mark): ploplo / SWITZERLAND, on Tuesday 09 July - 19:48:
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Stats (488 candidates)
Question 1 passed: 52 %
A nice thin head, a brown fur with a white patch on the chest, keep an eye on the henhouse, it's a *.
Question 2 passed: 63.1 %
Despite its English name the * is more related to dogs than cats, it doesn't belong to the felidae family.
Question 3 passed: 58.8 %
This big grey mustelidae can be recognized by its head with three white bold stripes, it's a *.
Question 4 passed: 54.7 %
A much smaller one in the family, with a long and slender body, the * is a predator for poultry.
Question 5 passed: 64.8 %
A domesticated cousin of the last one, today it's a pet, but in the past the * was used to hunt rabbits.
Question 6 passed: 65.6 %
The fur of a stoat is brown in summer and white in winter. Wearing a white stole of * used to mean you were an important person.
Question 7 passed: 82.4 %
A deep brown pelage, looking silky, it's easy to understand that the * was hunted, then bred for its fur.
Question 8 passed: 55.3 %
In the same way as the mink, the * is renowned for the making of beautiful fur coats.
Question 9 passed: 51 %
Looking like a little bear of northen country, the * is often seen as dangerous due to its strength and its voracity.
Question 10 passed: 62.5 %
A special member of the family, the * has got webbed feet, it eats fish and crabs, and lives near brooks and rivers.
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