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Exercise "Adjectives", created by sidou77 (a free exercise to learn English):
Results of the 4 380 people who have taken this test:
Average mark: 41 / 100 Share
Latest member with a 100/100 (perfect mark): coyote09 / FRANCE, on Thursday 07 January - 04:29:
They got a perfect mark
Stats (3024 candidates)
Question 1 passed: 31.3 %
She doesn't think about anything seriously or have any deep feelings. She's so *.
Question 2 passed: 33.4 %
He's always * . He's never in a hurry and he's always calm.
Question 3 passed: 36.2 %
She's the most * person in the school. Everybody likes her.
Question 4 passed: 27.9 %
He's very * . If he says he'll do something, then he does it.
Question 5 passed: 77.1 %
She's very * . She never complains about the pain she is in all the time.
Question 6 passed: 37.9 %
She always tells the truth. She's very *.
Question 7 passed: 29.6 %
He's a very * teacher. He doesn't get cross even when he has to repeat something three times.
Question 8 passed: 24.2 %
They were very * when we said they could stay in our house while we were away.
Question 9 passed: 17.8 %
He never drinks and drives. He's too * to do something silly like that.
Question 10 passed: 27.9 %
She's going to travel around the world for six months on her own. She must be very *.
Question 11 passed: 24.3 %
She always has fun at parties because she's so bright and *.
Question 12 passed: 26.7 %
He never smiles and always looks * . I don't know what his problem is.
Question 13 passed: 33.9 %
She's only seventeen but she seems much older. She's very * for her age.
Question 14 passed: 33.7 %
He makes her * when he looks at other girls.
Question 15 passed: 26.6 %
She looks * . Why does she always wear such strange clothes?
Question 16 passed: 31.7 %
They're very rich but they are also really * with their money. They give wonderful presents.
Question 17 passed: 35.6 %
He got 100% in all his exams. His parents are really * of him.
Question 18 passed: 23.8 %
She's always * and friendly. You always feel welcome at her house.
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