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Exercise "Abreviations", created by anonyme (a free exercise to learn English):
Results of the 2 907 people who have taken this test:
Average mark: 27 / 100 Share
Latest member with a 100/100 (perfect mark): creecket / FRANCE, on Sunday 10 March - 11:18:
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Stats (1053 candidates)
Question 1 passed: 82.1 %
The * was impressed by the defendant's air of contrition and so handed down a suspended sentence.
Question 2 passed: 22.9 %
You needn't have brought the wine as all of us here are *.
Question 3 passed: 25.1 %
The * smiled broadly as he announced the best man, as he was looking forward to an entertaining speech.
Question 4 passed: 17.6 %
Many members of the country's * have now seen active service in war zones.
Question 5 passed: 21.1 %
The town's * had been seriously embarrassed by revelations in the press and he faced some aggressive heckling.
Question 6 passed: 16.6 %
The advertisement promised to provide more information if the request came with a *.
Question 7 passed: 25.7 %
* was established to counter cold war threats but its role has widened in recent years.
Question 8 passed: 23.8 %
The wedding invitation ended with the usual * request.
Question 9 passed: 21.8 %
The small yacht struggled to make progress against the strong * wind.
Question 10 passed: 15.9 %
* can feel justly proud of its contribution to the continuing reduction of accidents on the road.
Question 11 passed: 20.9 %
The * was created to provide free medical treatment for all.
Question 12 passed: 15.7 %
Many enthusiastic gardeners regularly visit the Chelsea Flower Show organised annually by the *.
Question 13 passed: 18.2 %
Performance was more than acceptable so he happily ticked the box marked *.
Question 14 passed: 16.4 %
The footballer had struggled academically at school but had really shown his potential during * lessons.
Question 15 passed: 20 %
He had been a * for almost five years but, despite escaping twice, he rarely spoke of his experiences.
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