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    Learn English > English lessons & exercises > To go / To come > Stats updated every 4 hours
    To go back to the exercise

    Exercise "To go / To come", created by lili73 (a free exercise to learn English):
    Results of the 29 132 people who have taken this test:
    Average mark: 78 / 100 Share


    Latest member with a 100/100 (perfect mark): yvan61 / CANADA, on Tuesday 04 August - 20:20:
    "youppi"


    They got a perfect mark


    Stats (29125 candidates)
    Question 1 passed: 90.8 %
                                

    Question 2 passed: 87.9 %
    towards us.      Do you know him?  2. There is a man * towards my car over there. I wonder why!

    Question 3 passed: 74.9 %
    3. Sue, *

    Question 4 passed: 68.1 %
    downstairs, it's late!   I can't * downstairs, I have lost one of my shoes.          

    Question 5 passed: 85.4 %
        4. This is my cousin David. We are *

    Question 6 passed: 77.6 %
    to see him next week.   And he is * to see us the week after.

    Question 7 passed: 80.7 %
    5.  My uncle John and his wife have *

    Question 8 passed: 80.7 %
    to Australia, I don't think they will ever *

    Question 9 passed: 80 %
    .    Look at those black clouds, a storm is *

    Question 10 passed: 70.1 %
    ! We'd better * home.

    Question 11 passed: 77.1 %
    6. The first inhabitants of Australia *

    Question 12 passed: 72.5 %
    somewhere in Asia, at least 50,000 years ago.      After Robert's death his house *

    Question 13 passed: 73.6 %
    . Mark had always dreamt of becoming a millionaire, but he never thought it would *

    Question 14 passed: 70.4 %
    . May I eat that piece of cake? Yes, *!


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