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Exercise "AT - ON - IN Time clauses", created by bernard02 (a free exercise to learn English):
Results of the 17 568 people who have taken this test:
Average mark: 68 / 100 Share
Latest member with a 100/100 (perfect mark): salba / FRANCE, on Monday 30 December - 19:26:
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Stats (17566 candidates)
Question 1 passed: 80.8 %
She was born * 1958.
Question 2 passed: 83.2 %
I haven't seen Jane for a few days. I last saw her * Tuesday.
Question 3 passed: 75.2 %
The price of electricity is going up * April.
Question 4 passed: 61.7 %
She's been invited to a wedding * June 14th.
Question 5 passed: 54.7 %
Hurry up! We've got to leave * five minutes.
Question 6 passed: 54 %
I'm busy just now but I'll be with you * a moment.
Question 7 passed: 83.1 %
Peter's brother is an engineer but he's out of work * the moment.
Question 8 passed: 37.1 %
There are usually a lot of parties * New Year's Eve.
Question 9 passed: 66.3 %
I hope the weather will be nice * Sunday.
Question 10 passed: 94.3 %
Yesterday I went to bed * 11 o'clock.
Question 11 passed: 88.6 %
I don't like travelling * night.
Question 12 passed: 60.9 %
We travelled overnight to Paris and arrived * the morning.
Question 13 passed: 46.5 %
It was quite a short book and easy to read. I read it * one day.
Question 14 passed: 69.7 %
I might not be at home * Tuesday morning but I'll probably be there this afternoon.
Question 15 passed: 51 %
My car is being repaired at the garage. It will be ready * two hours.
Question 16 passed: 76.1 %
The telephone and the doorbell rang * the same time.
Question 17 passed: 44.4 %
Peter and Jane always go out for a meal * their wedding anniversary.
Question 18 passed: 58.2 %
Peter is 62. He'll be retiring from his job * two years' time.
Question 19 passed: 55.3 %
Many of Europe's great cathedrals were built * the Middle Ages.
Question 20 passed: 69.5 %
In Britain people send each other cards * Christmas.
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