How was the exam, Richard?
The students are preparing for the coming exam.
He failed in the exam.
I think I passed in English and Mathematics.
She finally passed her driving test.
Please let me pass.
My brother is good at mathematics.
He didn't pass the mathematics test.
The questions were very easy.
Have you found the answer to the question?
This is a difficult question.
It's an easy job.
Is the exam an easy one?
The English and Maths papers weren't easy enough for me.
His son is old enough to go to school.
It's warm enough to swim.
I think I failed the French paper.
Your paper should be handed in at once.
Have you seen my paper? I remember putting it on the desk.
He failed his English exam.
He failed to get the girl out of the water.
I could answer sixteen of the questions.
"I'm seven years old," he answered.
Hey, you still haven't answered my question.
I hate them. I'm sure I've go a low mark.
He got a high mark in English.
The teacher put the mark at the top of the apper.
They were very easy. But I couldn't answer the rest.
Two of you will go and the rest stay in the classroom.
I am going to finish the rest of the book tonight.
They were too difficult for me.
It is difficult to find a good job these days.
Was the exam difficult?
I hate milk.
I hate to speak before many people.
The child jumped over the low wall.
He built the house low and wide.
Oh, cheer up! Perhaps we didn't do too badly.
He had a cup of coffee and soon cheered up.
My friends try to cheer me up.
The guy next to me wrote his name at the top of the paper.
You are sitting in my seat, guy.
Some guys are talking loudly while the film is on.
The top of the house is covered with snow.
They soon got to the top of the mountain.