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    Somebody traps meant...

    Dear teachers

    Seeking advice from you. Is the word "traps" are verb or a noun in the sentence below? Or is the sentence grammatically correct without adding "said/say..." before "traps"?


    • Fiona Woods, the Director of the SPC, traps meant for both domestic and wild animals have been found.


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    Holden

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    Re: Somebody traps meant...

    It appears to be a noun. The sentence needs some help.

    Fiona Woods, Director of the SPCA, said traps meant for both domestic and wild animals have been found.

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