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Exercise "A remote island", created by lili73 (a free exercise to learn English):
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Average mark: 32 / 100 Share
Latest member with a 100/100 (perfect mark): matteo1 / ITALIA, on Sunday 04 November - 11:24:
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Stats (1187 candidates)
Question 1 passed: 87.4 %
The ' Tristan da Cunha ' group is an * which consists of 5 islands, Tristan da Cunha itself
Question 2 passed: 21.4 %
and smaller * islands: Inaccessible Island and Nightingale Islands.
Question 3 passed: 19.7 %
It is a dependency of the British * territory of Saint Helena.
Question 4 passed: 27 %
Tristan is * in the South Atlantic Ocean, 2816km from Cape of Good Hope and 3360km from South America.
Question 5 passed: 16.4 %
It lies in the * (37° S) and the weather is liable to sudden drastic changes.
Question 6 passed: 27.9 %
Tristan is an active * island, the only flat area is the location of the capital ' Edinburgh of the seven seas '.
Question 7 passed: 14.4 %
It is a small village which * just over 300 people.
Question 8 passed: 12.6 %
This territory is considered one of the most * human settlements in the world.
Question 9 passed: 18.4 %
In 1961 earth * began to disturb the islanders.
Question 10 passed: 24.2 %
Then a volcanic eruption forced the * of the entire population.
Question 11 passed: 15.8 %
They were * at Calshot Camp near Southampton.
Question 12 passed: 14.6 %
Unable to resist the British * several of older islanders died.
Question 13 passed: 19.3 %
Almost all chose to return to the island when the eruption was * .
Question 14 passed: 15.9 %
The surrounding seas are rich in fish * Tristan with one of its main sources of revenue: crayfish.
Question 15 passed: 21.2 %
The other main source of * is the sale of stamps which are collected by philatelists all over the world.
Question 16 passed: 17.2 %
Tristan now has a connection to the * world by satellite telephone.
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