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    Exercise "Airport terminology", created by anonyme (a free exercise to learn English):
    Results of the 21 408 people who have taken this test:
    Average mark: 54 / 100 Share


    Latest member with a 100/100 (perfect mark): girly54 / FRANCE, on Monday 04 May - 14:11:
    "Cool Thanks"


    They got a perfect mark


    Stats (2827 candidates)
    Question 1 passed: 51.4 %
    Hello sir. May I have your * and passport, please?

    Question 2 passed: 72.4 %
    Sure, here they are. By the way, what is the * allowance?

    Question 3 passed: 76.3 %
    25 kilograms, sir. Oh, I see you are going to Paris! I'm sorry, but the flight has been *. It will depart at 10 p.m. instead of 8 p.m.

    Question 4 passed: 54.3 %
    Really? How come? I specifically * Air Special because you're always on time!

    Question 5 passed: 58.2 %
    I know, sir, but the problem is with the airport. There is a security issue in * B (nom des grands ensembles comme les départs et les arrivées), so we had to move everything here.

    Question 6 passed: 56.6 %
    OK, I understand. What * do I have to go to now?

    Question 7 passed: 61 %
    Number 50. It is at the very end on your left, after the security check. You'll see the arrivals and * screens right in front of it.

    Question 8 passed: 71.3 %
    All right. By the way, could I please have a * seat? I like looking at the sky and the clouds.

    Question 9 passed: 73.6 %
    Sure, here we are. Here is your passport, and here is your *.

    Question 10 passed: 54.3 %
    Thank you! I hope the * will be as pleasant as you are. ;)


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