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Exercise "What are you sitting on?", created by cauhro33 (a free exercise to learn English):
Results of the 2 342 people who have taken this test:
Average mark: 47.5 / 100 Share
Latest member with a 100/100 (perfect mark): ploplo / SWITZERLAND, on Friday 22 November - 18:48:
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Stats (2341 candidates)
Question 1 passed: 42.2 %
Yesterday, there weren't any free seats in the cinema so I had to sit on a * chair.
Question 2 passed: 59.5 %
I like to relax in my * chair in the evening after work.
Question 3 passed: 58.7 %
After lunch, when the weather is cold, I sit in my * in front of the fireplace while I read a book.
Question 4 passed: 60.9 %
In all monarchical countries, the kings have a *.
Question 5 passed: 55.7 %
In the public parks, there are a lot of garden *.
Question 6 passed: 55.9 %
After Mass, I forgot my umbrella on the *.
Question 7 passed: 37.9 %
He does not play very well because the piano * is too far away from the keyboard.
Question 8 passed: 17.9 %
With a * chair it is easier to retrieve files from my shelves without leaving my chair.
Question 9 passed: 60.1 %
When we leave on holiday, we are forced to take the * chair for our baby.
Question 10 passed: 17.4 %
In the car, we have also installed a * seat for our eldest son.
Question 11 passed: 64.8 %
In fact, he is eight years old and no longer needs the * car seat.
Question 12 passed: 19.1 %
In summer, we like to sunbathe on our *.
Question 13 passed: 49.2 %
In the USA, the death penalty is sometimes carried out by means of an * chair.
Question 14 passed: 35.4 %
After a plane crash, the pilot was injured and required the use of a *.
Question 15 passed: 58.7 %
For better hygiene, we must always shut the lid of the *.
Question 16 passed: 56.5 %
The * chair has a high back and is only meant to seat one person.
Question 17 passed: 18.5 %
During the sixteenth century, only very rich people or royalty were traveling in a * chair.
Question 18 passed: 32.5 %
And do you know the history of the *?
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