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Exercise "Town and country", created by sidou77 (a free exercise to learn English):
Results of the 1 170 people who have taken this test:
Average mark: 35 / 100 Share
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Stats (620 candidates)
Question 1 passed: 35.2 %
The roads into the city are often heavily (conjested) * with traffic.
Question 2 passed: 44.7 %
London is a vibrant, (cosmapolitan) * city with people from all over the world.
Question 3 passed: 39.7 %
In some cities, (poorverty) * and unemployment are increasing at an alarming rate.
Question 4 passed: 25.5 %
The problem of crime in our (inter) * cities is very worrying.
Question 5 passed: 38.5 %
In many villages there has been a declining rate of (populate) * growth.
Question 6 passed: 29.8 %
The town's (amenites) * include a library, several restaurants and large leisure centre.
Question 7 passed: 30.8 %
In order for a city to function properly, it needs to have a good public-transport (interstructure) *.
Question 8 passed: 19.2 %
There isn't much (anonymous) * in a small village: everybody knows who you are and what you're doing.
Question 9 passed: 29.7 %
I find that most city (habitants) * are rather unfriendly or have very little time for other people.
Question 10 passed: 22.4 %
Finding suitable (acommodation) * in the city can be a big problem.
Question 11 passed: 26 %
A lot of the parking spaces in town are for local (residence) * only.
Question 12 passed: 20.6 %
Because house prices in the city centre are so expensive, many people choose to live in the (suburbia) * around the city.
Question 13 passed: 21.6 %
It can be very (stressing) * to live in a busy city.
Question 14 passed: 29.7 %
The idea that the countryside is (peacefully) * is not always true.
Question 15 passed: 36.3 %
I would rather live in a (rurral) * community than in a large town.
Question 16 passed: 33.1 %
In some (urbane) * areas, crime and drugs are a major problem.
Question 17 passed: 28.9 %
The town is a much nicer place now that cars have been banned and (pedastrian) * precincts established in the centre.
Question 18 passed: 19.8 %
Every morning, trains are packed with (commutators) * coming into the city to work.
Question 19 passed: 16 %
As more and more people have (emigrated) * from the villages to the cities, the countryside has become virtually deserted.
Question 20 passed: 30.6 %
Many cities are real (meltin) * pots, with people from different races, countries and social classes living and working together.
Question 21 passed: 21.1 %
I'm not sure if city (dwellings) * are happier than those living in the countryside.
Question 22 passed: 32.3 %
Traffic during the (rushed) * hour is particularly bad.
Question 23 passed: 21.3 %
In an attempt to (revival) * the city's economy, tourism is being heavily promoted.
Question 24 passed: 15.8 %
Pesticides and other chemicals used in (cultivate) * have practically poisoned large areas of the countryside.
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