Sorry I can't see what Chris does - he's the 584km away - the other side of France.
For myself, I type in 4 -7 words at a time.
Here is the complete text:
Mr Blue and Mr Purple live in the same town, they work in the same factory and they even live in the same street, but they are very different.
Mr Purple is the boss of the factory but Mr Blue is only an employee. Mr Purple is richer than Mr Blue and lives in a bigger house. Because Mr Purple has a lot of money he can buy an expensive car. Mr Purple's car is bigger and faster than Mr Blue's. Mr Blue has a small salary and a lot of children so he cannot buy an expensive car; he has a cheap one.
Mr Purple has no money problems but he has a cardiac problem because he is fat and does not take a lot of exercise. His two children are fat, too, but they are not ill though they play more computer games than energetic sports.
Mr Blue has a smaller house but more children than Mr Purple. He is thinner than Mr Purple and his seven children are thin, too. Mr Blue and his children take a lot of exercise and play football so they are healthier than Mr Purple and his family.
Blue and Purple are free words which leaves 180 words but a lot of them are repeated. When I type in my first correct word it shows 1/180.
The source files have been modified to make it more like a real dictation, i.e. each "the" has to be typed individually. I can send you the modified source files if you need them.
In fact I use several different sets of modified source files for different WebSequitur exercises.
Most students get the scores I would expect: 90% + They'd have to be very weak or very sloppy to get 60%.
I'll tell Chris you're working on the problem. I don't think he's too worried - his other scores are good.