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    Exercise "British or American English : vehicles", created by chocolatcitron (a free exercise to learn English):
    Results of the 347 people who have taken this test:
    Average mark: 73.5 / 100 Share

    Latest member with a 100/100 (perfect mark): ushas / FRANCE, on Tuesday 21 March - 21:31:

    They got a perfect mark

    Stats (347 candidates)
    Question 1 passed: 89.6 %
    At weekends, before leaving, he opens the bonnet to fill the levels.*

    Question 2 passed: 79 %
    They called a cab to come back home.*

    Question 3 passed: 59.4 %
    Pressing the accelerator, the policeman pursued the fugitive at high speed.*

    Question 4 passed: 70.6 %
    The family will rent a motorhome for their next holidays.*

    Question 5 passed: 79.8 %
    When you are a craftsman, or if you are an owner's big dog, you prefer to buy an estate car rather than a saloon, right? A commercial vehicle is more practical!*

    Question 6 passed: 35.2 %
    They had to overtake the long line of trucks before reaching the coast, otherwise they would be stuck behind!*

    Question 7 passed: 81 %
    The moped driver struck him in the wing and punctured his tyre.*

    Question 8 passed: 73.2 %
    If there is fog, you must defrost your windshield to see clearly.*

    Question 9 passed: 80.4 %
    She was flashed running a red light: she received her ticket thanks to her number plate! Her behaviour is extremely serious and dangerous!*

    Question 10 passed: 61.1 %
    As a result, she no longer has a driver's license and her car is forfeited!*

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