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What is the meaning of 'bed side'?



 
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What is the meaning of 'bed side'? #1 (permalink) Mon Jan 24, 2005 13:41 pm   What is the meaning of 'bed side'?
 

Test No. incompl/inter-6 "The Farmer and his Sons", question 2

One day the father knew that he was dying and called his two sons to his bed ..........

(a) corner
(b) wall
(c) table
(d) side

Test No. incompl/inter-6 "The Farmer and his Sons", answer 2

One day the father knew that he was dying and called his two sons to his bed side.

Correct answer: (d) side
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what is the corect answet? why
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Bed side #2 (permalink) Mon Jan 24, 2005 13:58 pm   Bed side
 

Hi Diana,

As you can see the correct answer is bed side which means the side of the bed.

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What is the meaning of 'bed side'? #3 (permalink) Wed Oct 27, 2010 3:41 am   What is the meaning of 'bed side'?
 

bed-side: the area beside a bed
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