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Lead a dog's life #1 (permalink) Wed Feb 15, 2006 18:42 pm   Lead a dog's life
 

English Idioms and Expressions, Advanced Level

ESL/EFL Test #24 "Idioms with phrasal verbs", question 7

To be honest he leads a dog's life because he works all the time and has no friends.

(a) a lazy life
(b) a miserable life
(c) an eager life
(d) a long life

English Idioms and Expressions, Advanced Level

ESL/EFL Test #24 "Idioms with phrasal verbs", answer 7

To be honest he a miserable life because he works all the time and has no friends.

Correct answer: (b) a miserable life

Your answer was: correct
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"leads" needs to be included in the answers or excluded from the highlighted portion (don't know the technical part:-) )
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Lead a dog's life #2 (permalink) Wed Feb 15, 2006 19:34 pm   Lead a dog's life
 

You right Aniko and we'll change that. Thanks for notifying us.

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lead answer #3 (permalink) Tue Nov 23, 2010 10:07 am   lead answer
 

well, if you want to lead in the field of success then you have to be like a dog thinking cause only they are clever and get out of the situation.
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