Joined: 02 Nov 2005
|Posted: Wed Nov 02, 2005 4:10 am Post subject: It's in the cage by the cart
I encountered a question in a TOEIC preparation book.
Q: You were engaged when you bought the car, right?
A: Yes, it's in the cage by the cart.
The "it" in the second sentence obviously represents the car he/she bought when he/she were engaged.
The question is that what the "cage" and "cart" mean in this context.
Does the cage mean like a small parking space?
And means that the cage was near the cart(shopping cart?)?
I'm stuck in this and unable to proceed.
Please help me understand this.
Thanx in advance.