Are you from the 16th or 21st century?
Hey! Do you think that English language has always been pretty the same? Let's find out!
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What do "YF" and "YE" mean? 
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The 21st century hipster's slang 
C’mon you can do it better than that! YE used to be the definite article THE and  YF stood for IF
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Usual words for the 16th century
Yes! How did you guess? YE used to be the definite article THE and  YF stood for IF
The colloctaion "to be kept without doores" appeared in ... 
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16th century and ment that someone isn't allowed to come into the room
It's true! We knew that you’re THAT smart!
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21st century. If some secret is kept without doores it means that everyone knows about this secret. What a pity!
Noo :( Maybe another time
The extremely sophisticated word "endeavour" ... 
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In 16th century denoted an arrogant woman
Nope. Sorry, honey ;(
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In the 21st century the synonym to "effort" 
Of course! Well done :)
The word "mony" is
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In 16th century the way that the word "money" was written 
True! True!
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In 21st century gentle word for calling your lover
Maybe one more try?
What is "Forry"?
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In the 16th century the way "sorry" was written
Yeaah! Congratulations!
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One of the words Dustin Henderson, the character from TV series "Stranger Things", liked to say.
Partly it might be true, but still it's not the right answer. Forry!
Be "scorch'd" 
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In the 16th century ment to suffer from fire
Yes! You're a sunshine!
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In the 21st century means to suffer from alcoholic intoxication
Well, maybe it could be a good option, but this word has a different meaning :(
And finally the last word! What is "importune"?
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In the 16h century this word meant go to war
Ooops, it isn’t right. Sorry to importune you!
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In the 21st century means to annoy someone
Exactly! 
Your result
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Who even needs to know the 16th century English except for historians and linguists? You're stiil awesome 😉
You're definetly the generation of the 21st century, congratulations!
Seems that you're cought up somewhere between the 16th and 21st century! Wow!
Good result! Although, there is always a room for improvement ;) 
Oh, my! Are you so smart or just lucky? 
Brilliant! Don't know where you got the knowledge of the 16th century english, but it is awesome!
Oh, my slang!
How well do you know English slang? Let's see! After finishing the test promise not to feel frustrated the next time you see these words ;)
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What does the GOAT stand for?
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The same as in Russuan. Surprisingy! You call someone a "goat" when you want to offend a person
No. Although, English speakers do have many offenisive words 
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Greatest Of All Times. It means that you are very greatful to someone
Yes! Isn't it an awesome slang word?
FR is ...
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Fun Recovery - the way you feel after the weekend when you've had too much fun that there is a need for another, less entertaining weekend
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For Real - the same as "actually, really and indeed"
You're awesome, for real! 
The "sus" means ... 
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Actually, it's short for "suspect" or "suspicious". Means to doubt in someone, not to trust
Yes! You're right and it's a little bit sus...
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This slang came from Latin America and as in Spanish language means "their"
Seems that you know Spanish language better than English slang :)
"Finesse" is ...
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A noun that is used to talk about a woman, who works with finances
No. But just look at all these beautiful women working with finances. Don't they deserve some special adorable name for their profession?
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A verb meaning to make things visually or emotionally pefect. For example, "I'm going finesse my closet."
Yes! You did it! 
To look "on fleak" means to 
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Look extremely good. Same as "damn good looking"
Yay! You are really on fleak today! 
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Detect some imperfections in order to "finesse" them
Nope :( Anyway, it's awesome that you remember the word "finesse" from the previous question! 
What does the "trill" stand for?
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Kind of anxiety that you get when you start doing something new and unknown
We know you tried! But it isn't the right answer 
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It's a linguistic equation. True + real = trill
This is logical! Well done :)
RT ia short word for
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Retweet
Exactly! 
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Russia Today
It could be a sort of abbriviation for russian media. Although, the most sommon option is "retweet"
Your result
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Well... All of us make mistakes, don't we?
Anyway, hope this test has been informative to you. You're wonderful! 
Pretty good!
You know what English slang is. Although, there is no limit to perfection ;)
Hey! Is it even possible?
Seems that you're the coolest kid in town! B-R-L-L-I-A-N-T
Want some new idioms?
What's a piece of cake? Or the apple of someone's eye? Take the test and discover the truth :)
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So, what was ment by the "beating around the bush" on the start button?
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Avoiding the main topic. Not speaking directly about the issue
Yes, it is completely right :)
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Destroying something instead of taking care of it
Oh, no! Look above to see the correct answer
So mote it be! 
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It's the alternative way to say "Whatever" or "I don't care"
Nope, it's not the idiom to express the indifference. The right answer is below :)
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Means "so may it be" or "so must it be"
True. Originally it was a ritual phrase used by Freemasons as the end of a prayer in a similar way to "amen".
Van Gogh's ear for music
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Someone who cannot understand the differences between musical tones
Absolutely! Keep going :)
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Somone who as good at music as Van Gogh's good at painting
Not sure about this one :-/ Look at the previous answer variant to see the right one 
Idle hands are the Devil's tools
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You are more likely to get in trouble if you have nothing to do
Yeees! So, always do something in case not to became the Devil's tool 
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This idiom is used to talk about unmarried agressive people
C’mon you can do it better than that!
Apple of my eye
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Someone who is cherished, loved above all others
You're right, the apple of my eye! 
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Someone who irritates you the most
Unfortunately, no :(
Tie the knot
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To lose the job 
Nope-nope-nope
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To get married
Yes! Knots have a place in the folklore of many cultures and usually symbolize unbreakable pledge
A piece of cake
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A task that can be accomplished very easily
Thar's right! You're fantastic!
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A pointless talk, which fills your time with "empty calories"
No, it's not right, sugar :)
Your result
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Well, well, well ... 
No man is wise at all times! Hope this test was informative :)
Yay! Well done!
Pretty good results, keep going! It's not your limit, for sure :)
Wow! You are phemonemal!
Are you a mistery? How could you get this supernatural result? Congratulations!!
Business English, ladies and gentleman
Time to improve the knowledge of your Business English vocabulary. In this test you are given several answer options. Choose the most appropriate. Good luck :)
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The question of secutiry is on the _____ for today's meeting.
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Agenda
Yes! Agenda is a list of topics which should be discussed at a meeting
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Nationwide distribution
Nope. Nationwide distribution is the process of giving things out or spreading something within one country. The right answer is agenda - a list of topics which should be discussed at meeting
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Spreadsheet
Nope. Spreadsheet is a comuter program that allows to do financial calculations and plans. The right answer is agenda - a list of topics which should be discussed at meeting
The government's annual _____ on medicine has not been reduced.
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Encounter
Oh, no! Encounter is a meeting, especially one that happens by chance. The right answer is expenditure - the total amount of money that the government or person spends.
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Trade-off
Oh, no! Trade-off is a situation in which you balance between two opposing sutuaitions or qualities. The right answer is expenditure - the total amount of money that the government or person spends.
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Expenditure
That's right! Expenditure is the total amount of money that the government or person spends.
Based on its _____ of market conditions, the company had decided not to repurchase shares at this time.
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Evaluation
Well done! Evaluation is the process of judging something's quality.
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Attorney 
No-no. Attorney is a lawyer. The right answer is evaluation - the process of judging something's quality.
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Counterpart
Nope. Counterpart is a person or  thing that has the same purpose as another one in a differetent place or organization. The right answer is evaluation - the process of judging something's quality.
The Iphone has been the _____ for its' inventors.
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Cash cow
True! Cash cow is a product or service that makes a lot of money for the company that sells it.
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Problem child
Nope. Problem child is a product or a part of a company that is losing money. The right answer is cash cow - a product or service that makes a lot of money for the company that sells it.
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Stock option
No. Stock option is an option that gives its holder the right to buy or sell a firm's common stock at a specified price and by a specified date. The right answer is cash cow - a product or service that makes a lot of money for the company that sells it.
The exact details of the agreement are still under _____.
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Wrangle 
No, it's wrong. Wrangle means to argue, often in noisy or angry way. The right answer is negotiation - the process of discussing something with someone in order to reach an agreement with them.
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Haggle
No, it's wrong. Huggle means to argue about the price of something. The right answer is negotiation - the process of discussing something with someone in order to reach an agreement with them.
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Negotiation
Yes, it is! Negotiation is the process of discussing something with someone in order to reach an agreement with them.
These mandates can make it difficult for corporations to differentiate their products and gain a _____.
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Consolidated financial statement
Nope. Consolidated financial statement is a report that gives information aboutr the financial position of all the companies belonging to a business group, rather than giving information about each company separately. The right answer is competitive advantage - the condition that makes a business more successful than the businesses it is competing with.
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Contingency plan
Nope. Contingency plan is a plan that is made for dealing with an emergency, or with something that might posibly happen and cause problems in the future. The right answer is competitive advantage - the condition that makes a business more successful than the businesses it is competing with.
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Competitive advantage
Yay, you're right! Competitive advantage is the condition that makes a business more successful than the businesses it is competing with.
He visited China in his official capacity as America's trade _____.
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Customer
Oops, it's a mistake. Customer is a person who buys goods or service. The right answer is representative - someone who speaks or does something oficially for another person or group of people.
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Retailer
Oh, no! Retailer is a person, shop, or business that sells goods to the public. The right answer is representative - someone who speaks or does something oficially for another person or group of people.
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Representative 
Excellent! Representative is someone who speaks or does something oficially for another person or group of people. 
If we continue to _____ the earth's natural resources, we will cause serious damage to the environment.
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Uphold
No-o. Uphold means to state that a decision which has already been made is correct. The right answer is deplete - to reduce something in size or amout, especially supplies of energy, money, etc.
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Contribute
Nope. Contribute means to give something, especially money, in order to provide or achieve something together with other people. The right answer is deplete - to reduce something in size or amout, especially supplies of energy, money, etc..
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Deplete
Amazing! Deplete means to reduce something in size or amout, especially supplies of energy, money, etc..
Ваш результат
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You're a beginning businessman
You've just started your business and have a long way to go ;)
You're pretty experienced businessman
Your knowledge of business English quite good. Keep going!
You’ve got tested and you’re the best! Yes!
It's wonderful! Bet that you're madly successful at business, aren't you?
Any travellers here?
If you're travellers probably you should be good at English. So we tried to make this test tricky. Although, who knows myabe you're explorers of Russia 🤔 Anyway. Can we start? 
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