Please read the follwing dialogue and question first.
Woman: It's so upsetting when they send my magazine subscription to the wrong address.
Man: Why don't you complain by e-mail to get it changed fast? I have their e-mail address right here.
Woman: Thanks! I might as well do it now so the next issue does not go to that old place of mine again.
Q:Where was her magazine copy sent?
(a) Her new home address
(b) Her current office address
(c) Her old office address
(d) Her old home address
D is the right answer.
But how about C?
Is it impossible for C to be an answer?
Please answer me as soon as possible.
People usually don't refer to their previous location of employment as "that old place of mine". :D Note, place of mine means, it belongs to me, my house. :D
Originally Posted by moonwalker
In addition, if we knew she owned her own business, and c) were the correct choice, then c) should read "her old office/business address".
Originally Posted by Casiopea
Thank you very much :D
I got it clearly.
You are my star.