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Exercise "Fire and jobs", created by chocolatcitron (a free exercise to learn English):
Results of the 4 760 people who have taken this test:
Average mark: 89.5 / 100 Share
Latest member with a 100/100 (perfect mark): bonnot64 / FRANCE, on Saturday 25 June - 18:52:
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Stats (4760 candidates)
Question 1 passed: 93.9 %
The * blows into a long tube on a molten glass ball, to give it volume and shape, then shears the object to let it cool.
Question 2 passed: 81.1 %
The * was called to shoe the horses.
Question 3 passed: 94.5 %
All * are the soldiers of fire: they intervene to save lives, property or forests that burn every year.
Question 4 passed: 94.2 %
After hitting and then shaping the clay, the * cooks his earthenware in a kiln at high temperature.
Question 5 passed: 83 %
The * draws all his parts on jigs, then assembles them in three dimensions responding to his customers' demand.
Question 6 passed: 98.9 %
The * turns on his oven very early to bake his bread as soon as it has risen.
Question 7 passed: 77.1 %
To weld or braze, the * puts on a black opaque mask and glasses in front of the eyes to protect them from the splinters of the molten metal.
Question 8 passed: 82.4 %
Chimney * are called back every year to maintain the chimneys clean: the insurance contract requires their passage to avoid any poisoning or fire.
Question 9 passed: 92.6 %
Each * takes risks by loading his fire-fighting plane and spilling his water cargo as close as possible to the flames in the gusts of wind!
Question 10 passed: 94.7 %
Haroun Tazieff was a famous geologist-*, fascinated by the beauty and dangerousness of the volcanoes he filmed three metres from the molten lava.
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