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    Asleep at the back of the shop

    Hello,

    could you please explain me the meaning of this sentence? Asleep at the back of the shop.

    Thank you

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    Re: Asleep at the back of the shop

    It's not a complete sentence.

    It seems quite literal - the person was sleeping and was located in the rear portion of the shop.

    What about it do you find puzzling?

    [not a teacher]

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