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Can you have a look at these sentences, please? Thank you.


1)My favourite programme is Doctor House. It's an American fiction. It talks about a doctor, whose name is Gregory House. He tries to nurse (?) his patients with his assistants.
2) They are called Chase...
His patients often have unusual diseases which are difficult to identify.
3) The programme talks about love, too. House is also the fiancè of the hospital director (?), Caddy.
4) She has to fight with House because he is stubborn and does (commits) some illegal actions.

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    1)My favourite programme is House. It's American fiction and tells about a doctor whose name is Gregory House. He tries to diagnose and treat his patients with his assistants.

    2) They are called Chase... <~~???
    His patients often have unusual diseases which are difficult to identify.

    3) The programme includes stories about love, too. House is also the fiancè of the hospital director, Caddy.

    4) She argues with House because he is stubborn and commits some illegal actions.

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