I would like to know what does it mean " it's in the cage by the cart'. It's a sentence from toeic exam.
thank you for your help
I know what a cage and a cart mean but the sentence is strange in the context.
"You were engaged when you bought the car, right?
Yes, it's in the cage by the cart."
I don't understand the link between the two sentences.
Thank you for your help.
It's from toeic exam.
the question is :
You were engaged when you bought the car, right?
A) Yes, it's in the cage by he cart.
B)No, my fiancé can't drive.
C)We bought the car in March.
According to the book the correct answer is A
Really strange for me.
I thought it was an idiom but I didn't find in a dictionary.
A is definitely wrong, Bhai is right. Even good books have some misprints, unless they're twentieth editions.