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    Exercise "Connectors", created by sreedhar (a free exercise to learn English):
    Results of the 5 423 people who have taken this test:
    Average mark: 61.5 / 100 Share

    Latest member with a 100/100 (perfect mark): claudepa / FRANCE, on Friday 22 January - 12:26:
    "Thank you so much"

    They got a perfect mark

    Stats (5423 candidates)
    Question 1 passed: 56.3 %
    I scolded him quite harshly * he refrained from being shockingly irregular to school.

    Question 2 passed: 69 %
    He is quite a lovable fellow * he tends to be utterly idiotic at times.

    Question 3 passed: 62.1 %
    He is not a bit gifted * he puts in such diligent efforts that he does considerably better than is expected of him.

    Question 4 passed: 57.9 %
    All like him immensely * the fact that he is at times rather dishonest.

    Question 5 passed: 48.6 %
    He stole-something beneath his dignity- * the fact that he was utterly broke and very hungry.

    Question 6 passed: 65 %
    He is quite a generous fellow, * his spouse is a shockingly selfish individual.

    Question 7 passed: 53.7 %
    I prefer reading, * I believe that it is the one and only method with which to tone up my language.

    Question 8 passed: 60.5 %
    He is a very repulsive fellow, * his ambitious nature makes him quite a dangerous customer!

    Question 9 passed: 57.9 %
    He is sunk, * there is no hope left for him at all-such is his pathetic state of affairs!

    Question 10 passed: 63.7 %
    She is simply a wonderful person-* a real angel to be precise!

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