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Just How Good is Your English? Posted by on Apr 8, 2015 in Company News, Language Learning, Product Announcements

which is englishWe’re excited to announce the new percentile ranking feature in Which is English. In the game, players are presented with pairs of words or phrases. Which option uses English most naturally or correctly? The challenges are easy at first, but get harder if you do well early on. Even native speakers of English usually get at least one of the fourteen challenges wrong.

Now, after completing a game, players are presented with their percentile score, which is a comparison of your performance against all other Which is English players, including native speakers and English learners.

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This ranking feature is still in the beta stage, so we’d love to hear what you think! Each game only takes about one minute. If you’re up to the challenge, feeling competitive, or just looking for a distraction, play Which is English for a game or two (or ten—hey, it’s fun!) and let us know how you like it.

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Comments:

  1. younis:

    I attempted the test and got 12 question right out of 14. I am ranged in between 60 and 80 percentile.

  2. Rob:

    This is all American English – the UK speakers who take this will score lower than many foreigners – eg in UK pestle and mortar is the norm, but here it is marked as incorrect. Perhaps should make clear that it is US, and not simply English.


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