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    Ashiuhto is offline Senior Member
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    Smile appropriate plans

    Is the following sentence acceptable?

    If they do not have appropriate plans for health insurance, they won't be able to afford medical treatment when they are old.

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    Default Re: appropriate plans

    Hi Ashiuhto

    In the absence of a response from a teacher, as a NES, but not a teacher, I would personally be happy with the sentence as written, other than using the word "don't" to correspond with the use of the word "won't".

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