burn my brush pile


#1

English Grammar Tests, Elementary Level

ESL/EFL Test #295 [color=blue]“Real Life: Outdoor Chores (1)”, question 10

I just received permission from the city to burn my pile this weekend. I have a lot of dead leaves, twigs and acorns on my property and I want to get rid of them.

(a) brick
(b) brush
© meadow
(d) petal

English Grammar Tests, Elementary Level

ESL/EFL Test #295 [color=blue]“Real Life: Outdoor Chores (1)”, answer 10

I just received permission from the city to burn my brush pile this weekend. I have a lot of dead leaves, twigs and acorns on my property and I want to get rid of them.

Correct answer: (b) brush

Your answer was: [color=red]incorrect
I just received permission from the city to burn my meadow pile this weekend. I have a lot of dead leaves, twigs and acorns on my property and I want to get rid of them.
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What is the meaning of “Brush” in this context? Thanks.


#2

‘Brush’ here means garden cuttings - the pruned branches and fallen leaves of shrubbery, etc.


#3

Thank you