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1. She also takes the sick chilren outside in wheelchairs/ a wheelchair.

2. She took the patient in a wheelchair.

3. She took the sick person in wheerchairs.

(Which expressio do I have to use? A singular form or a plular form:a wheelchair or wheelchairs? Are the expressions above grammatical?)

  • English -

    Wheelchair has to agree with the number of persons you are taking out.

    children more than one - wheelchairs

    patient = one - wheelchair.

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