Thank you for telling me😊 Can I ask a question? Why do you think the lead character use the word”sod”? Is it related to verb “tore up”? Does “tore up the sod” sound better than “tore up lawn”? I wonder I think too a lot?
@aozora Sod is used to repair an area to help soil erosion. They did not use "lawn" because sod specifically refers to "soil held together by matted roots" which they used to help their lawn from erosion. The dad had previously put sod down specifically.
"Lawn" doesn't have a use. A lawn is just an area of grass. (I put a picture of a lawn)
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