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    Exercise "Birds and their nests", created by anonyme (a free exercise to learn English):
    Results of the 11 904 people who have taken this test:
    Average mark: 35 / 100 Share

    Latest member with a 100/100 (perfect mark): tassyanah / MADAGASCAR, on Monday 17 January - 18:59:

    They got a perfect mark

    Stats (6859 candidates)
    Question 1 passed: 29.7 %
    The Golden-Headed Cisticola, a kind of Australian warbler, collects fibres and spider's webs not just for lining but for *.

    Question 2 passed: 37.8 %
    There is no more skilled * in the whole of the bird world. [Long pause]

    Question 3 passed: 16.9 %
    There is little problem about * this nest for the leaves she stitches together remain alive and green.

    Question 4 passed: 20.5 %
    When she's finished you would * notice that they're bent together in a slightly unusual way.

    Question 5 passed: 47 %
    The problem is greater when a nest sits on the bare * of a tree.

    Question 6 passed: 30.9 %
    The Sittella, an Australian equivalent of the Nuthatch, constructs its nest from spider's webs and insect * and then covers the outside with rather coarser material.

    Question 7 passed: 49.7 %
    Two pairs are building here close to one *.

    Question 8 passed: 35.9 %
    This one is in a tree covered in lichen and this in one that has * bark.

    Question 9 passed: 26.9 %
    The Sittellas are not rigidly-minded birds with * habits: they use lichen to cover the nest in the lichen tree and bark on the one in the flaky bark tree.

    Question 10 passed: 11 %
    As a result, each is as well * as anyone could hope.

    Question 11 passed: 18.5 %
    And though both nests are * for all to see, they're not easily recognised for what they are.

    Question 12 passed: 25.1 %
    The Apostle bird uses mud * with grass.

    Question 13 passed: 54.2 %
    Nest building is a group *.

    Question 14 passed: 41.8 %
    A pair with their grown-up * from previous seasons work together.

    Question 15 passed: 19.5 %
    It used to be believed that there was always a * in the team which is why they're called Apostle birds.

    Question 16 passed: 12.4 %
    Everyone seems anxious to contribute and the team works so * and

    Question 17 passed: 19.6 %
    so harmoniously that their elegant cup is usually completed in a * three days.

    Question 18 passed: 34.2 %
    A bird's beak, it seems, can *

    Question 19 passed: 20.5 %
    just as well as a plasterer's trowel as a tailor's *.

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