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    Learn English > English lessons & exercises > True or false? > Stats updated every 4 hours
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    Exercise "True or false?", created by lili73 (a free exercise to learn English):
    Results of the 11 828 people who have taken this test:
    Average mark: 62.5 / 100 Share


    Latest member with a 100/100 (perfect mark): colocolo / FRANCE, on Thursday 30 April - 19:50:
    "Oky"


    They got a perfect mark


    Stats (8358 candidates)
    Question 1 passed: 72.5 %
    The verb 'to think' is never used in continuous tenses *

    Question 2 passed: 69.9 %
    'Used to doing' and 'used to do' mean approximately the same thing. *

    Question 3 passed: 69.3 %
    Phrasal verbs always consist of two words *

    Question 4 passed: 63 %
    'Answer' can be used as a noun or as a verb. *

    Question 5 passed: 66.5 %
    The shortest possible sentence contains three words, a subject, a verb and an object. *

    Question 6 passed: 29.8 %
    The past participle of 'lie' is 'lain' *

    Question 7 passed: 66.7 %
    The negative form of 'He used to smoke' is 'He didn't used to smoke'*

    Question 8 passed: 57.9 %
    The verbs will, should, need, may and can are all modal auxiliary verbs *

    Question 9 passed: 65.6 %
    This sentence is correct: 'If they saw him, they would have spoken to him' *

    Question 10 passed: 49 %
    The sentence: 'The quick brown fox jumps over the lazy dog' uses every letter of the alphabet. *


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