I assume it's the (slightly old-fashioned) British use of digs to mean lodgings or living quarters. The [noun] of their dreams - the best they could possibly imagine.


“Digs” here means “residence,” whether apartment or house or trailer. It is slang.


These are all correct. 1: I was given a task 2: A task needed people to do it and I was chosen 3: I was given a task (same meaning as 1 but with the word order flipped) The difference is very subtle and they are all likely to be used interchangeably

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