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Autor:  Tom
E-mail:  não-disponível
Data:  08/ABR/2005 7:23 PM
Assunto:  Re: A cat, a tree
 
Mensagem:  If the cat is at the tree then it's near the tree, probably on the ground. If it climbed up then it's in the tree. If the tree has limbs the cat could be on a limb up in the tree. The fire department came to our house and decided to use their ladder to rescue a cat which was up in the tree on one of the highest limbs. The cat calmly waited until the truck was stabilized, the ladder extended and raised, and a fireman climbed up about fifty feet into the tree. As the fireman reached over to rescue the cat it jumped past him, ran along one of the branches and then jumped about four meters onto the roof of our house. Whoever called the fire department should have known, cats who can climb up usually can climb back down.


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 English Made in Brazil -- English, Portuguese, & contrastive linguistics
A cat, a tree  –  Maria Valeska  08/ABR/2005, 7:00 PM
 Re: A cat, a tree  –  Tom  08/ABR/2005, 7:23 PM

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