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saw a bull rider in action #1 (permalink) Sat Nov 26, 2011 7:48 am   saw a bull rider in action
 

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ESL/EFL Test #744 "'Bull' Related Terms", question 2

I went to a rodeo this past weekend and saw bull ......... in action. This guy was very courageous and stayed on the bull for more than eight seconds.

(a) owner
(b) keeper
(c) rider
(d) clown

English Language Proficiency Tests, Advanced Level

ESL/EFL Test #744 "'Bull' Related Terms", answer 2

I went to a rodeo this past weekend and saw bull rider in action. This guy was very courageous and stayed on the bull for more than eight seconds.

Correct answer: (c) rider

Your answer was: correct
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Hello,

There is no indefinite article before "bull rider in action" of this question 2. Could you please clarify this matter?

Thank you.

Best wishes,
Bhikkhu1991a.
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