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Patient's conditions change in every day.
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The condition of patients changes every day.
  • lde
  • Mar 2nd 2011, 13:10
linked to #776351
linked to #1090808
The condition of patients change every day.
The condition of patients changes every day.
The condition of the patients changes every day.
  • Biga
  • Mar 24th 2012, 20:57
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linked to #1715837

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Sentence #21067

eng
The condition of the patients changes every day.
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jpn
患者の状況は日ごとに変化する。
患者[かんじゃ] の[] 状況[じょうきょう] は[] 日ごと[ひごと] に[] 変化[へんか] する[] 。[]
pol
Stan pacjentów zmienia się z każdym dniem.
rus
Состояние пациентов меняется ежедневно.
spa
La condición de los pacientes cambia cada día.
tur
Hastaların durumu her gün değişir.
eng
The patient's condition changes every day.
spa
La situación del paciente cambia a cada día que pasa.

Comments

FeuDRenais
Sep 4th 2010, 11:00
@Japanese speaker: Is this one patients, many patients, or both?
blay_paul
Sep 4th 2010, 11:13
Could be either, but plural sounds more likely.
FeuDRenais
Sep 4th 2010, 11:30
Why not "the patients' conditions"?
blay_paul
Sep 4th 2010, 11:35
Personal preference to avoid consecutive plurals/possessives where possible. It just sounds confusing, IMO.
FeuDRenais
Sep 4th 2010, 11:45
Shouldn't this at least be "the condition of *the* patients" then?
blay_paul
Sep 4th 2010, 11:48
Meh, I could go either way on that.

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