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  1. Anonymous
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    idioms

    hello teachers

    I just need an explanation for the following :

    I remember with afection the splended Galsgow
    "Blue Train" which gave odded bonus for a driver's
    eye view

    what is meant by odded bonus for a driver's eye
    view ?

    thanks in advance

  2. Will
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    #2
    I think what's meant is "added bonus", though out of context, it's kind of hard to tell exaclty what it means.

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    Re: idioms

    Quote Originally Posted by lolo
    I remember with afection the splended Galsgow
    "Blue Train" which gave odded bonus for a driver's
    eye view

    what is meant by odded bonus for a driver's eye
    view ?
    In case anyone's interested:

    http://www.eslcafe.com/forums/studen...pic.php?t=1482

    Iain

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    I think the phrase should be the added bonus of a driver's eye view. That wording does, I believe, make it clear what is meant.

    (You are right. Seeing is believing.)

    :wink:

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