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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #46126: Medicines
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    1. When Patrick sprained his ankle during a basket-ball match, he immediately rubbed on some anti-inflamatory .

    2. If this heavy smoker wants to stop smoking more easily, he should stick a on his chest.

    3. The patient must swallow the with a little water if he wants to feel better.

    4. are the best treatment for babies, however adults need them too.

    5. After the operation, the surgeon prescribed some in case the patient had a sharp pain.

    6. 'Put out your left arm Mr Brown, I'll put up a before your operation tomorrow', says the nurse.

    7. My G.P. has prescribed three teaspoons of this at meal times to cure my cough.

    8. John has a temperature and his muscles ache, so that is why the G.P. has given him

    9. is essential to stabilize the blood sugar level of diabetics.

    10. Put twenty in your eyes every morning.

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