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1. We learned how to give first aid to an injured person.

2. We practiced CPR. (Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation)

3. We practiced how to help people in danger.

4. We practiced how to help the handicapped.

5. We practiced how to take care of the sick.

6. We practiced how to save a person in a dangerous situation.

7. We practiced how to use saving machines.

8. We practiced how to give CPR to a person in coma.

9. We practiced how to carry a sick person.

10. We learned how to care for a person bleeding in an ambulance (car).

(Would you check the expressions above and correct the errors, please?)

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asked by John
  1. They sound fine except for #7. I don't know what you mean by a "saving" machine.

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  2. Thank you. What about 'life-saving devices'?

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    posted by John
  3. Yes, that phrasing is fine.

    =)

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