this is a very awkward sentence
I agree "She has a live ox and a live cow" sounds more reasonable imo
Definitely. The correct answer given here sounds very unnatural.
2018-05-17 Yes, why are we specifying that the animals are living? It seems more likely we would specify if they were dead, say, butchered and in the freezer.
"Nancy was ecstatic to find that her farmyard animals had survived her summer science experiment."
and not one has mentioned how the audio is seriously glitched??
Farm animals in UK are known as "livestock". After killing they are known as "deadstock".
I think this is a weird and stupid sentence .
Even if sentence is awkward, why is my response refused?
I wrote : "She has an ox alive and a cow alive"
it sound better than living animals !