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Exercise "British English - American English: residence 3/3", created by chocolatcitron (a free exercise to learn English):
Results of the 12 776 people who have taken this test:
Average mark: 46.5 / 100 Share
Latest member with a 100/100 (perfect mark): marjolaine91 / FRANCE, on Monday 16 May - 07:55:
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Stats (12774 candidates)
Question 1 passed: 28.8 %
The * was filled with flyers and invoices from the previous tenant who did a moonlight flit!
Question 2 passed: 36.3 %
They built two toilets in their house: the one on the ground floor is a *. .
Question 3 passed: 28.8 %
It is easier to stand up in a hip bath than in a real bath! However Grandma would prefer to wash her hair in the sink! *
Question 4 passed: 31.7 %
The * in the bathroom were new.
Question 5 passed: 25.4 %
The large shower * was a walk-in shower, where one could sit on the low wall, but on the floor there is no edge.
Question 6 passed: 87.7 %
The television * had been toppled by the storm, which no longer allowed anyone to pick up what they liked.
Question 7 passed: 28 %
All electrical * were earthed: a quality guarantee.
Question 8 passed: 89.7 %
The * that controlled the roller shutter was not working. It was repaired in the morning.
Question 9 passed: 91.5 %
The * is at the end of the penultimate door hallway to the left.
Question 10 passed: 20.2 %
My phone number is * number, please don't give it to anyone!
Question 11 passed: 26 %
Rental * are paid monthly at the same time as the rent. They are regularised once a year.
Question 12 passed: 27.3 %
Our lightning * prevented lightning from crossing the house during the last thunderstorm that raged all night long.
Question 13 passed: 28.4 %
She wanted to have the tiler entirely tile her * with some yellow sea-green and emerald green earthenwares, instead of that red colour.
Question 14 passed: 78.3 %
There is only one * for each tenant, but garages are used as workshops, warehouses or lounges by locals who show incivility.
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