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Exercise "Abreviations", created by anonyme (a free exercise to learn English):
Results of the 1 972 people who have taken this test:
Average mark: 26 / 100 Share
Latest member with a 100/100 (perfect mark): mazigh15 / ALGERIA, on Sunday 12 July - 21:27:
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Stats (795 candidates)
Question 1 passed: 80.8 %
If you don't like the club's policies, the * will give you the opportunity to express your point of view.
Question 2 passed: 25.7 %
When his request for a few days leave was refused he simply went * so he's really in trouble now.
Question 3 passed: 28.7 %
The average * of the population is, by definition, 100.
Question 4 passed: 24.3 %
I can't afford to pay you tonight but I'll give you an * with a promise to pay within the week.
Question 5 passed: 24.5 %
You'd think that he'd be quite bright as he's got a * in French.
Question 6 passed: 22 %
The * should be able to help the country but only if it accepts strict conditions.
Question 7 passed: 19.4 %
Making sense of those statistics should be no problem for someone with a *
Question 8 passed: 12.5 %
Redundancies forced by the current economic climate have given the * people quite a headache.
Question 9 passed: 16.5 %
The robberies were really baffling the * and the police were being heavily criticised in the press.
Question 10 passed: 18.5 %
The company * is right at the heart of the city of London and so is well placed to keep abreast of the latest financial developments.
Question 11 passed: 12.5 %
The * holds strongly to his agreed strategy but only after considering the opinions of his officers.
Question 12 passed: 17 %
He wants to change his * as, whenever he's ill, he can never get an appointment.
Question 13 passed: 16.4 %
The * is an important series of examinations in every child's life in the United Kingdom.
Question 14 passed: 19 %
You can see from his house that he's keen on * but I'm not sure that his wife is so happy about it.
Question 15 passed: 27.3 %
A good and enthusiastic * with a wide range of music can make a big difference to a party.
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