5 thoughts on “Can you correct these super tricky sentences?

  1. Thomas says:

    Unexpectedly I got an A+ using the exclusion method or guessing two or three times for words, that were completely unknown to me.

  2. Marianne says:

    Same here, A+ though I didn’t know some of the words.
    It was nice to give it a try, maybe a few new words will stick in my mind. For example I had never heard of the word “elicit” (hervorrufen) before.

  3. Katrin says:

    I noticed that the picture with the A+ never changes, no matter your score. It’s just the text that changes. Confusing!

  4. Norman says:

    Strange, the text says “highest possible score” and “in the top 1%” even after I answered at least two questions more wrong than the first time.
    I couldn’t find a way to see my answers and wanted to look up a few words, so I started the quiz again. After I translated them, I’m pretty sure I had at least one mistake to begin with. So the text tells my I’m super awesome, even after three mistakes or more. The evaluation is really bad, I’d say.
    The test itself was fun, though. 🙂

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