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    Exercise "Examinations and instructions", created by brettdallen (a free exercise to learn English):
    Results of the 4 230 people who have taken this test:
    Average mark: 49 / 100 Share


    Latest member with a 100/100 (perfect mark): ploplo / SWITZERLAND, on Tuesday 09 August - 22:08:
    "Thanks a lot for the exercise !!"


    They got a perfect mark


    Stats (2622 candidates)
    Question 1 passed: 56.1 %
    When you're asked to show you have understood a paragraph, you often have to * words that illustrates a point.

    Question 2 passed: 66.4 %
    You are often asked to make something clear or easier to understand, it means you have to * it.

    Question 3 passed: 56.3 %
    It may be important to know where the characters are, where the scene *.

    Question 4 passed: 57.1 %
    You mustn't mix characters so you are often asked to say who pronouns *.

    Question 5 passed: 46.5 %
    When you're asked to literally repeat words from a text, it means you have to *.

    Question 6 passed: 54.3 %
    When a sentence is in the active voice and they want you to write it in the passive, then you have to * it into the passive voice.

    Question 7 passed: 43.9 %
    Some words(e.g adjectives) fit a character very well. You may be asked to say which ones best * to it.

    Question 8 passed: 51.5 %
    There are exercises when sentences are not complete and you're asked to * the blanks.

    Question 9 passed: 50.3 %
    When a passage is written in English and you're asked to turn it into French, it means you have to * it.

    Question 10 passed: 45.4 %
    A writer can build up an atmosphere, express a character's feelings and you may have to say how this is *.

    Question 11 passed: 34.8 %
    If you're asked to * something related to a paragraph, it means you have to express it with your own words as clear as possible.

    Question 12 passed: 55.1 %
    If you're asked to * the correct answer in a box, it means you've got to sign (like the Nike swoosh) to say : correct!

    Question 13 passed: 46.3 %
    You may be asked to * events that did not happen. This means that you'll have to draw a line on a statement to say: wrong!

    Question 14 passed: 54.7 %
    Very often, when a sentence is not clear at all, you're asked to say what it *.

    Question 15 passed: 41.7 %
    In that case, you have to * it with your own words and in a less ambiguous way.

    Question 16 passed: 38.9 %
    If you're asked to * something, then give reasons that support your view and don't forget to quote!

    Question 17 passed: 45.8 %
    If you're asked to find the words that best fit a character, then you'll have to * it.

    Question 18 passed: 42.6 %
    Some characters are not taking part in the action, they are only *.

    Question 19 passed: 53.6 %
    If you're asked how two characters are *, then you'll have to say whether they are brothers, lovers, neighbours, workmates...


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