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Exercise "Vocabulary: different words of vocabulary and grammar", created by here4u (a free exercise to learn English):
Results of the 279 people who have taken this test:
Average mark: 77 / 100 Share
Latest member with a 100/100 (perfect mark): boisard / FRANCE, on Saturday 17 April - 12:54:
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Stats (279 candidates)
Question 1 passed: 63.1 %
«This is a *. You should try to understand the context, and NOT translate it word for word.»
Question 2 passed: 84.2 %
Students often have difficulties to use * adjectives correctly. They tend to place the words in the wrong order.
Question 3 passed: 85.7 %
Of course it’s faster to take notes using *, provided you stick to the official system and are sure to make yourself understood by most.
Question 4 passed: 80.3 %
This word * a German word, not from Latin as you expected it.
Question 5 passed: 66.7 %
«This is the main *, underlined in blue, and it has two subordinates, a relative and a conjonctive. They’re underlined in black.»
Question 6 passed: 74.9 %
This word is no longer used in conversation. Being *, it may not be understood by everyone.
Question 7 passed: 71.7 %
«Sorry, but what you’ve just written is *. Start again and reword it carefully if you want to get a good mark.»
Question 8 passed: 65.2 %
The more striking, or shocking the * of a product, the more it is remembered by customers who are willing to try it and adopt it.
Question 9 passed: 83.2 %
* are quite tricky.Some need the verb in the singular, others in the plural.
Question 10 passed: 81.7 %
«In this exercise, you were asked to put the adjective *, not in the superlative as you did.»
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