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    a 'block' as a piece of furniture, again

    Hi folks,

    Could some of you go to:https://youtu.be/g14iQcCWt4Q and find out whether he's saying 'block' or 'rug'?

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    emp0608

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    Re: a 'block' as a piece of furniture, again

    You already have a thread on this - https://www.usingenglish.com/forum/t...e-of-furniture

    He says 'rug', as jutfrank told you in the other thread.

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