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    I can not understand this sentence

    Hi there.
    I've bought a book from Aghata Christie.
    In the middle of chapter 3 , I've face a sentence that can not understand it very well.

    "A man was standing on duty and went up a drive with bushes on both sides"

    Thanks.

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    Re: I can not understand this sentence

    The man was on duty. He moved up a drive (street) that had bushes on both sides of it.

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    Re: I can not understand this sentence

    Also, Agatha Christie is dead. You can buy a book by her, but not from her.

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