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Message from omyin posted on 03-06-2017 at 13:27:31 (D | E | F)
How can I understand this sentence?
'The Hare does not burrow like the rabbit, but makes a kind of nest called its form.'
'a nest called its form' means
a) they call the hare's nest "form"
b) the nest take form of the hare.
Sorry. I am beginner in English.
Thanks for any reply.
Edited by lucile83 on 03-06-2017 14:39
Re: Called form/help from gerondif, posted on 03-06-2017 at 16:11:15 (D | E)
The answer is a. By looking at hare in Wikipedia, you will learn, as I did, that a "form" is a shallow nest for a hare on the surface of the ground.
Re: Called form/help from mah, posted on 14-06-2017 at 21:28:47 (D | E)
Hello I think it has been : ...that is called... So, a is the correct answer. Best regards
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