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Exercise "Enough - quite - rather", created by lucile83 (a free exercise to learn English):
Results of the 48 856 people who have taken this test:
Average mark: 72 / 100 Share
Latest member with a 100/100 (perfect mark): gogopet / SWITZERLAND, on Thursday 09 April - 14:28:
"Rather gives more emphasis than quite. It means ?more than was expected?. Thank you!"
They got a perfect mark
Stats (36308 candidates)
Question 1 passed: 83 %
In our team, we play * well.
Question 2 passed: 95.2 %
I haven't got * flour to make this cake.
Question 3 passed: 97.5 %
I've got * money to buy this dress.
Question 4 passed: 80.8 %
It's not my business! I've got * problems!
Question 5 passed: 80.6 %
He managed to do it! It was * incredible!
Question 6 passed: 76.4 %
His new job is well-paid, but * noisy with all those machines.
Question 7 passed: 60 %
I found the water * cool this afternoon at the swimming pool.
Question 8 passed: 59 %
It was * expensive to go to Sydney, but quite a good idea!
Question 9 passed: 85.7 %
We eat too much, we drink too much, and we don't run *.
Question 10 passed: 68.5 %
I * understand you having resigned from this exhausting job.
Question 11 passed: 67.8 %
This exercise was * easy, wasn't it?
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