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    "close to" or "in front of"

    Here is an exam question to be solved:
    Guide dog is taught to walk ______ the tainer's legs.
    A. close to B. far from C. in front of D. behind
    I consider B and D both inappropriate to the question. So, which is the better of the rest two?? I don't think they both work.
    Thank you.

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    Re: "close to" or "in front of"

    Quote Originally Posted by xxwzs View Post
    Here is an exam question to be solved:

    A/The guide dog is taught to walk ______ the trainer's legs.
    A. close to B. far from C. in front of D. behind

    I consider B and D both inappropriate to the question. So, which is the better of the rest two?? I don't think they both work.
    Thank you.
    Have you seen a blind person with their guide dog? Where does the dog walk?
    Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.

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