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    Learn English > English lessons & exercises > Double comparatives: more and more/ less and less > Stats updated every 4 hours
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    Exercise "Double comparatives: more and more/ less and less", created by here4u (a free exercise to learn English):
    Results of the 6 801 people who have taken this test:
    Average mark: 79 / 100 Share


    Latest member with a 100/100 (perfect mark): icare29 / FRANCE, on Sunday 08 January - 11:38:
    "many thanks for your excellent exercise"


    They got a perfect mark


    Stats (6798 candidates)
    Question 1 passed: 54.5 %
    A) «I’ve noticed you’re doing * maths exercises… If you stop training, your marks will be going down soon…»

    Question 2 passed: 90.3 %
    B) Astronomy interests him * … He spends hours trying to understand how the different systems work…

    Question 3 passed: 76.4 %
    C) «Paul’s training a lot and is lifting * weights… He’s going to hurt himself…»

    Question 4 passed: 77.3 %
    D) «We have noticed you’re becoming * constant in your effort… Your should get back on your feet and do it quickly.»

    Question 5 passed: 83.6 %
    E) As there were * passengers,

    Question 6 passed: 75.8 %
    there were * free seats for late arrivals on that train…

    Question 7 passed: 87.1 %
    F) «He’s really getting * at Spanish!» «That’s because he works so much...»

    Question 8 passed: 71.9 %
    G) * students now accept rules without discussing them… It’s really becoming tiring and annoying…

    Question 9 passed: 79.6 %
    H) If nobody reacts to that trend, the situation is really going to become *, which means unbearable…

    Question 10 passed: 85.7 %
    I) As time goes by, this teacher certainly has * patience when dealing with difficult children…


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