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Exercise "Adding information", created by anonyme (a free exercise to learn English):
Results of the 2 053 people who have taken this test:
Average mark: 61 / 100 Share
Latest member with a 100/100 (perfect mark): tony1960 / GREECE, on Sunday 05 January - 18:44:
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Stats (237 candidates)
Question 1 passed: 63.3 %
Happy people are healthier, * more involved in their community.
Question 2 passed: 58.2 %
It is unreasonable to expect government to revitalise the economy * managing people's happiness.
Question 3 passed: 56.1 %
Investing in people's happiness improves their quality of life. *, that lowers government spending on health in the long term.
Question 4 passed: 51.1 %
Happy people tend to be more respectful to others, * to their city.
Question 5 passed: 56.5 %
If we are happy, we are more active. *, we tend to work harder and more effectively.
Question 6 passed: 72.2 %
Government already has too many duties, such as providing health care and law enforcement. *, in a capitalist world, people should be responsible for their own happiness.
Question 7 passed: 60.8 %
International organisations use indices that include purchasing power, cost of living, safety as well as * to measure a country's happiness.
Question 8 passed: 73.8 %
Many segments of the population need government support to have food and health care. Furthermore, * on aspects that only government can regulate, such as safety and pollution.
Question 9 passed: 39.7 %
In addition to *, governments have to invest in people's overall quality of life to improve our happiness.
Question 10 passed: 59.5 %
If government successfully strengthens the economy, it makes us wealthier as well as *.
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