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Exercise "Verb + postposition Over", created by maxwell (a free exercise to learn English):
Results of the 784 people who have taken this test:
Average mark: 36 / 100 Share
Latest member with a 100/100 (perfect mark): necroboynonoss / FRANCE, on Monday 13 August - 09:10:
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Stats (784 candidates)
Question 1 passed: 25.1 %
When Michelle Kwan first performed her long program for the 1995-1996 season to the theme from Salome, everybody in the audience was * over by her metamorphosis and her astonishing accomplishments from the last six months.
Question 2 passed: 28.2 %
He was a perfect gentleman to me. He * over backwards whenever I needed assistance and always did his best to please me.
Question 3 passed: 35.2 %
An unused paid holiday can no longer be * over to the next year in my company. There won't be any exceptions any more.
Question 4 passed: 38.1 %
The moment she knew of the affair, her eyes * over and showed no emotion. Perhaps the emotion was too much for her.
Question 5 passed: 53.4 %
- How did the accident happen? - Well, I think the driver had poor visibility. That's why he * over the pedestrian when he was leaving the parking lot.
Question 6 passed: 26.3 %
You should have seen how happy she was when she unpacked her Christmas present. She * over with utter joy and excitement.
Question 7 passed: 37.4 %
We hadn't seen each other since we graduated, so I was delighted when he * over to say hello.
Question 8 passed: 31.1 %
After weeks of media hype, the scandal * over soon after a successor to the President was announced.
Question 9 passed: 40.8 %
My key wouldn't open the lock on the rear gate either, so I * over the fence. I really had no choice.
Question 10 passed: 24.2 %
I tried to calm her down but in vain. She * over the insulting remark he made to her, and couldn't help thinking about it all day long.
Question 11 passed: 36.6 %
He was so drunk that he * over. So his friends helped him to his feet and took him back home.
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