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1. The nurse mixed him a bottle of medicine.

2. The nurse made him a bottle of medicine.

3. The nurse made him a mix/mixture of medicine.

(Which ones are grammatical? Is #1 a correct sentence?)

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    The best of these is #1. All of them are grammatically correct and make sense.

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