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    Exercise "Wear or dress?", created by here4u (a free exercise to learn English):
    Results of the 5 574 people who have taken this test:
    Average mark: 80 / 100 Share


    Latest member with a 100/100 (perfect mark): icare29 / FRANCE, on Saturday 24 February - 16:54:
    "thanks a lot"


    They got a perfect mark


    Stats (5574 candidates)
    Question 1 passed: 94.3 %
    A. «Oh, Timmy! You’ve played in the rain again and are wet through… * your clothes

    Question 2 passed: 85.8 %
    and * your pyjamas after your bath…»

    Question 3 passed: 61.3 %
    B. «No, I can’t tell you * for the party. It’s up to you. But don’t forget it’s much better to feel comfortable in order to dance.»

    Question 4 passed: 86.3 %
    C. «To come to work, I always * sneakers to be comfortable, but my formal shoes are in my locker!»

    Question 5 passed: 87.3 %
    D. «Now that your broken arm has recovered, you should try to *. I’ll be here to help if you can’t do it.»

    Question 6 passed: 83.5 %
    E. «I’m sorry you’ll have to wait a little. Mum is * but will be ready in a minute.»

    Question 7 passed: 78.7 %
    F. «Of course not! I won’t be * high-heels… I can’t walk in high heels and would be sure to fall down.»

    Question 8 passed: 74 %
    G. «The weather has been so changing these days that I really don’t know what to * in order to feel just fine.»

    Question 9 passed: 76.9 %
    «Yes, I remember the woman… She was * a green hat like Queen Elizabeth’s,

    Question 10 passed: 66.6 %
    and she was * bright green too.»


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