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Exercise "English slang", created by anonyme (a free exercise to learn English):
Results of the 5 078 people who have taken this test:
Average mark: 21.5 / 100 Share
Latest member with a 100/100 (perfect mark): ploplo / SWITZERLAND, on Sunday 25 May - 21:30:
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Stats (2412 candidates)
Question 1 passed: 71.6 %
What on earth is all that * you're wearing? You look like a walking jumble sale!
Question 2 passed: 18.1 %
The young pilot was dying to take a * in the new aircraft.
Question 3 passed: 16.3 %
They must have thought that you were a real *, coming out with an idiotic answer like that!
Question 4 passed: 13.9 %
There was a real * in the underground as a suspected terrorist tried to jump the barrier.
Question 5 passed: 13.1 %
I don't think that your wife will be very impressed with that * chair that you've made her!
Question 6 passed: 26.8 %
I'm * with kicking my heels waiting for them to turn up so I'm off.
Question 7 passed: 21.5 %
The car had performed brilliantly for thousands of miles but finally * within sight of the finish.
Question 8 passed: 13.5 %
Those fifty quid notes were *, not worth a penny!
Question 9 passed: 12.4 %
The athlete was so exhausted that he came a real * when attempting to leap the last hurdle.
Question 10 passed: 12.3 %
The nightclub was a real * : the sort of place where you hesitate to sit down.
Question 11 passed: 12.5 %
She was not impressed by her son's * lodgings where it was difficult even to walk across the room without falling over books, dirty plates or empty cans of beer.
Question 12 passed: 15.1 %
Don't * boys! We've got to walk many miles before camping tonight.
Question 13 passed: 13.6 %
The job was a really * number and the young man was delighted to have landed it.
Question 14 passed: 13.3 %
The old boy's got a * heart and I don't think that he's long for this world.
Question 15 passed: 17.8 %
Driving the old car was rather *, especially on the bends where the steering was most unreliable.
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