In short, English isn't Latin, so stop applying Latin rules to English sentences.
And yes, this rule of Latin is the source of the fake "rule" of English where prepositions aren't supposed to go at the end. Ending sentences with prepositions is something that Germanic languages have in common, and it's always been a feature of English.
"Just Do It" was once just a slogan, but it seems that it's become part of Nike's DNA. Not sure whether that has happened with "Think Different" at Apple, but it's possible.
and divantilya that is how it works, once you gave all/some of the answer, you took it again and didnt get/put in any of the answers. So the results show that you got the answers right half of the time. Makes perfect sense
I really wonder what some people think the last column stands for. Like that some of their questions are considered somewhat correct?? (which would be weird, because if taken the quiz multiple times and every time the same correct answer gives you different percentages... (if you have had it wrong atleast once.)
Sorry for the messy sentences. Not feeling well so thinking full senteces that end corresponding to how they begin is hard, even more so in another language.