Birds dont lodge at branches, they lodge on branches.
I was marked wrong for this too, even though it was a word selection exercise and "on" was an available word.
Do birds lodge at all?
The English word "at" does not work here: "The bird lodges on the bamboo branch"
Is this an English sentence at all???
"Lodging" in English is a business transaction. Birds may live in trees, but they don't lodge in trees.
Arrows and bullets have been said to lodge here and there.
Perch is the most appropriate word for a bird on a branch, but sit, rest, and live would all work too as long as they are equivalent to the Vietnamese.
this is a line of lyrics in a vietnamese song
Thanks the information.
Lives in the bamboo tree, surely? Or does it mean something less permanent like rest?
Has anyone ever seen a bamboo with branches? It should not be 'to lodge', not 'at', and not 'branch' but 'leaf'.