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Exercise "Cheese and gastronomy", created by chocolatcitron (a free exercise to learn English):
Results of the 263 people who have taken this test:
Average mark: 58.5 / 100 Share
Latest member with a 100/100 (perfect mark): show2009 / IVORY COAST, on Monday 29 March - 21:13:
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Stats (263 candidates)
Question 1 passed: 54 %
The camembert is the most famous French cheese in the world. This cheese can be a pasteurised or an unpasteurised cheese but it is always a soft rind cheese with its mold. It can really be a * cheese !
Question 2 passed: 67.7 %
When the restaurant owner offered us the * we ate all the cheese as we had so little eaten !
Question 3 passed: 66.5 %
How will you classify the comté, as a soft rind cheese or as a * ? It belongs to the hard cheese, of course!
Question 4 passed: 49.8 %
In every cheese platter, we need at least a variety of each cheese : at least a *, a hard cheese, a blue cheese, a goat 's cheese or ewe's cheese, a fromage frais, or a yoghurt, unless we perfectly know our guests'taste and make a special choice for them.
Question 5 passed: 53.2 %
Would you like to taste any Saint-nectaire with its * of nutshell, or Abondance cheese with its taste of citrus fruit?>> I think I 'll taste both of them, thank you !
Question 6 passed: 92 %
In order to cut the biggest cheese, we need to use the * as we use for goats' cheese, and all blue cheese but with the guillotine.
Question 7 passed: 55.5 %
Do you know that a * can weigh around one hundred and forty kilos ?
Question 8 passed: 55.1 %
Unless the main course already countains some cheese, if you come at home : * !
Question 9 passed: 38 %
Don't hesitate to eat cheese that smell sweetly of different scents, * are the best ones.
Question 10 passed: 38.4 %
My she-cat loved eating some cheese, even the stronger ones, however, I gave her a little bit of cheese, and only from time to time ! I always remember Ailouris when I eat some *... !
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