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Exercise "Idioms with in, out, up", created by anonyme (a free exercise to learn English):
Results of the 2 418 people who have taken this test:
Average mark: 39.5 / 100 Share
Latest member with a 100/100 (perfect mark): gogopet / SWITZERLAND, on Friday 08 October - 12:13:
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Stats (797 candidates)
Question 1 passed: 34.4 %
They had condemned the deportations and renewed attacks on Britain's refusal to actively * in refugees.
Question 2 passed: 38.3 %
He has * in an application to build a restaurant and car park on some of his remaining land.
Question 3 passed: 22.5 %
Taxi boss Dave Blyth said Derek did not * in without a fight.
Question 4 passed: 31.1 %
Wilkinson is desperate to * out the problem and has the cash.
Question 5 passed: 42.4 %
Now we need an optimistic accountant. Can somebody * out for an optimistic accountant?
Question 6 passed: 37.5 %
A hundred million pounds was advanced by the British government for tenants to * out the farms they rented from the landlords.
Question 7 passed: 83.3 %
And I saw it and everybody in the whole room saw it and * out laughing because it was so funny.
Question 8 passed: 32.7 %
In fact if you can't express yourself adequately in English you had better just * up .
Question 9 passed: 19.2 %
It's a sophisticated kind of machine and, like any machine, you can't afford to let it get rusty or it'll * up .
Question 10 passed: 26.7 %
But I honestly can't * up with any solution in that respect.
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