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Exercise "Queen of trees [American English]", created by anonyme (a free exercise to learn English):
Results of the 2 276 people who have taken this test:
Average mark: 63.5 / 100 Share
Latest member with a 100/100 (perfect mark): chantla / FRANCE, on Saturday 06 August - 10:20:
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Stats (1474 candidates)
Question 1 passed: 62.8 %
Sycamore figs are * throughout tropical Africa.
Question 2 passed: 37.5 %
In southern Kenya, they thrive along *.
Question 3 passed: 72.8 %
This is the * of one of those trees.
Question 4 passed: 51.6 %
Our "African Queen" is a * sycamore fig.
Question 5 passed: 52.5 %
She started life as a * one hundred years ago.
Question 6 passed: 71.8 %
She provides for many *.
Question 7 passed: 55.8 %
To some, she is a * ground.
Question 8 passed: 52.3 %
To others, she is *.
Question 9 passed: 71.8 %
She feeds a greater variety than * tree in Africa.
Question 10 passed: 68.7 %
All rely on her tiny fig wasp partner that only a * even notice.
Question 11 passed: 38 %
Every few months, the "Queen" produces up to a ton of *.
Question 12 passed: 68.6 %
To reproduce, she must transfer pollen to make seeds and then disperse them * the figs.
Question 13 passed: 44 %
The last crop fell only days ago but up * she is starting again.
Question 14 passed: 67.2 %
Over the next two weeks, the tiny buds swell to become * figs.
Question 15 passed: 67.2 %
Hidden inside each are the "queens" tiny *.
Question 16 passed: 63.5 %
At this stage, a fig is not a fruit but a * garden
Question 17 passed: 33.9 %
whose delicate * attracts a flock of fig wasps.
Question 18 passed: 35.2 %
Their arrival will trigger a sequence of * that will resonate out through the bush.
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