- 1 Post By Raymott
- 2 Post By konungursvia
- 1 Post By 5jj
1. I am putting an eyedrop only for keeping my eyes moist which contains no medicine at all.
2. I am putting an eyedrop to wet my eyes only.
3. It is a wetting eyedrop for the eyes.
a. Does the above sentence make sense and correct in structure?
b. What are the differences between drug , medicine and medication?
Originally Posted by Ju
All 3 are unnatural. I'm putting non-medicated eyedrops in my eyes, purely for moisturising purposes.
Both are acceptable.
Originally Posted by sunsunmoon
I have four varieties in my medicine cupboard. They all call themselves eye drops.
Which is correct, "eyedrops" or "eye drops"?
But I'd accept eyedrops.
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