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Conditional II | Meaning of "gathered a bundle of"
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Statue instead of status #1 (permalink) Wed Oct 12, 2005 19:58 pm   Statue instead of status
 

Test No. incompl/inter-47 "Speaking 4 (The Broadcast)", question 8

That policeman is getting out his ......... and walking near the status I'm sitting on.

(a) notebook
(b) exercise book
(c) storybook
(d) copybook

Test No. incompl/inter-47 "Speaking 4 (The Broadcast)", answer 8

That policeman is getting out his notebook and walking near the status I'm sitting on.

Correct answer: (a) notebook
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Shouldn't 'statue' be here instead of 'status'?
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Statue instead of status #2 (permalink) Wed Oct 12, 2005 20:20 pm   Statue instead of status
 

Yes Kataryzna, you are right. We'll amend that. Thanks for pointing out.
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status #3 (permalink) Sat Jan 16, 2010 7:08 am   status
 

But it still doesn't change.
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Statue instead of status #4 (permalink) Sun Apr 18, 2010 10:14 am   Statue instead of status
 

I wonder what does policeman need his notebook for ?!
It'd have been clear if it was some cop observing the rules of parking & the like stuff who needs his notebook to register numberplates of those who somehow violate the law.
But what is he going to do with his notebook in this very case?
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Statue instead of status #5 (permalink) Thu Nov 03, 2011 21:48 pm   Statue instead of status
 

What is the meaning of 'getting out' here?
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Statue instead of status #6 (permalink) Thu Nov 03, 2011 23:21 pm   Statue instead of status
 

Removing it from his pocket
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Statue instead of status #7 (permalink) Fri Nov 04, 2011 8:14 am   Statue instead of status
 

Thanks Beeesneees. That makes sense.
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