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Exercise "Vocabulary: winning or losing", created by here4u (a free exercise to learn English):
Results of the 9 749 people who have taken this test:
Average mark: 79.5 / 100 Share
Latest member with a 100/100 (perfect mark): icare29 / FRANCE, on Wednesday 02 June - 18:57:
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Stats (9747 candidates)
Question 1 passed: 90.8 %
1. Youíre much taller and stronger than Kyle and if you play against him, youíll *, especially as he looks tired.
Question 2 passed: 87.7 %
2. Playing chess against Grandad is interesting, but not real fun as he always * me...
Question 3 passed: 76.7 %
In fact, he always tries to teach me new moves, but he *...
Question 4 passed: 77.6 %
3. Pat isnít what Iíd call a *, but Iíd say heís not terribly hardworking and persistent....
Question 5 passed: 89.7 %
4. From the beginning of the race, he was * and remained so till the finish line.
Question 6 passed: 39.7 %
5. The two teams were really good and though they wanted to make a difference, the match ended in a *. Hard luck!
Question 7 passed: 78.5 %
6. Come on, Tom, donít be a *... Chris had trained more than you had and deserved the victory...
Question 8 passed: 85.1 %
7. David had * for so long that he was terribly disappointed to lose it by two tenths of a second...
Question 9 passed: 75.2 %
8. Leo expected a difficult match against Julian and was surprised when he knew that Julian had finally * from the tournament.
Question 10 passed: 89.6 %
9. It's difficult for your brother to accept this *, since he's so used to winning!
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