It does have a sentence ‘The hose takes water from the water hydrant on the street.’The book is not a story book, it’s a book written by a tutorial center. A book for teaching
There’s not a book, you can’t google or find it. It is written by the teacher working in the center I believe. The topic of that page is about fire station, fireman, fire truck. And it has some sentences for students to read. And I read that sentence that I mentioned above. In general speaking, is this term used?Please give us the title of the book, and explain what is going on in the surrounding sentences.
Sorry, maybe I should have made it clear that it’s an exercise book, there’s no publisher or author, or title of the book.Does the book have a name and an author?
I'm not surprised. Fire hydrants have only one use -- only one purpose. They are sources of water. They produce water under pressure. A "water hydrant" is a clear and meaningful description for children. But it isn't the normal term.I’m surprised!
That's why we were interested in who wrote the words - a non-native speaker may have simply made a mistake. That would not surprise us.It’s the first time I’ve read a fire hydrant called a water hydrant. I’m surprised!