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    (Original post by jneill)
    Just waiting for the bear to get full marks™

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    Bear delivering, clearly legit.

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    Bear delivering, clearly legit.

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    Your English Vocabulary Size is:21150

    ★★★ Top 8.08%HighLow★★★ Top 8.08%Your vocabulary is at the level of professional white-collars in the US!Share if you like this result
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    (Original post by 34908seikj)
    :five:

    my heartiest contrafibularities on your excellent score. *
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    (Original post by the bear)
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    my heartiest contrafibularities on your excellent score. *
    Fine, One must enquire about your most up to date trend, the *, which is appearing in all of your current postings.
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    (Original post by PrincessBO$$)
    Your English Vocabulary Size is:21150

    ★★★ Top 8.08%HighLow★★★ Top 8.08%Your vocabulary is at the level of professional white-collars in the US!Share if you like this result
    *Cough* I got 21,900 *Cough*



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    Don't worry, I'm sure if it came to a fight, you would beat the **** out of me.
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    (Original post by Carnationlilyrose)
    Then you may remain prostrate, if you prefer.

    or prone *
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    *Cough* I got 21,900 *Cough*


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    Don't worry, I'm sure if it came to a fight, you would beat the **** out of me.
    Haha i got tired halfway and entered random answers so the test would finish 50 questions Dafu* they on about
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    (Original post by 34908seikj)
    Fine, One must enquire about your most up to date trend, the *, which is appearing in all of your current postings.
    TSR have created a special bug for me... *
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    (Original post by the bear)
    or prone *
    Whatevs.

    Are you still getting unwanted asterisks sneaking in? I thought that had been fixed but I've seen a couple in the last day or so.
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    (Original post by TelAviv)
    not bad when english is second language
    Mazel Tov *
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    (Original post by the bear)
    TSR have created a special bug for me... *
    Could the gentleman please expand and clarify what he means, when he says 'bug'?
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    (Original post by Carnationlilyrose)
    Whatevs.

    Are you still getting unwanted asterisks sneaking in? I thought that had been fixed but I've seen a couple in the last day or so.
    it has been fixed Jim, but not as we know it :teehee: *
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    Could the gentleman please expand and clarify what he means, when he says 'bug'?
    ermm computah glitch ? gremlin ? **
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    (Original post by the bear)
    it has been fixed Jim, but not as we know it :teehee: *
    It's afflicted a couple of the mods in the back room, so no one is immune.
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    (Original post by krishdesai7)
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    Not too bad, if I may say so. At seemed rather Americanised. I dare say, I'd do a little better if it were based on British English.

    Some of the questions seemed a little vague. The antonym of catalyse could damp in the sense of damping a sound, but it could also be stop, couldn't it?
    I think the word they gave was "catalyst", so its antonym could only have been a noun. (Can't remember the options now but there was only one noun option that made sense!)
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    I managed to answer quite a number of the questions correctly only because of my knowledge of Latin verbs. Should I mark myself down?Your English Vocabulary Size is:29625★★★ Top 0.19%You are Shakespeare! You can even create new words that will expand the English dictionary.The browser is malfunctioning which explains the spacing issues in my post.
 
 
 
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