I practiced a TOEFL(simulation) test yesterday, and I came across this question (which is in the listening section) that says :
https://www.mediafire.com/file/t9f0ev397vztmez/300.mp3 That's the link to the audio file I downloaded from the TOEFL(simulation) test.
The question goes like this:
W : I can't keep up with this car anymore.
M : I know exactly what you mean, I should (don't miss mine..?) <-- this is the part that I can't understand
Narrator : what does the man imply?
And the answer was "The man got rid of his car" No matter how many times I listen to the audio, I still can't get it. Is that some kind of idiom or it's just me not listening carefully?
I'm looking forward to your answer.