To go back to the exercise
Exercise "Attributes of things", created by gogopet (a free exercise to learn English):
Results of the 598 people who have taken this test:
Average mark: 52 / 100 Share
Latest member with a 100/100 (perfect mark): icare29 / FRANCE, on Friday 26 April - 19:16:
"not easy test which need lot of work but so much interesring"
They got a perfect mark
Stats (558 candidates)
Question 1 passed: 41 %
The act of dispensing * medication to calm patients and thus relief the workload of caregivers can become a menace getting out of control.
Question 2 passed: 37.1 %
Unlike the * hardcore gaming world, casual games range from hilarious party games and entertaining puzzles to adventure games where combat and action are not the primary activity.
Question 3 passed: 42.8 %
It isn't easy being a graphic designer. Creating visual impressions, by hand or using computer presentation software, to communicate designs that inspire is *.
Question 4 passed: 58.4 %
The rabies virus can seriously alter the conduct of its hosts and cause * behaviours such as aggression and biting.
Question 5 passed: 53.6 %
Giving * eating lots of attention as well as heavy-handed, restrictive approaches to junk food can sometimes encourage children to keep behaving this way.
Question 6 passed: 61.3 %
Moral anger must be motivated by the desire to defend others. Feeling * about other staff members who are bullied but doing nothing to help is not moral anger.
Question 7 passed: 64.7 %
The infectious agent has been mutating in * ways, alarming scientists.
Question 8 passed: 38 %
Tamara Mendez, a dietician and nutritionist, says children repeatedly exposed to new foods are likely to get less * as they get older.
Question 9 passed: 63.3 %
In the morning I went to check on the newly born kittens. Even though it was a * day at the start of the day, it ended up being a good day and I got five healthy kitty cats.
Question 10 passed: 29.4 %
The survey concludes that people create the * life stories of near and dear ones in a similar way they create their personal life stories.
Click here to go back to the exercise: Attributes of things
Other exercises to learn English