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    In a plaster cast

    - While my grandparents were playing on the swing, my grandpa fell down. Now his left leg is in a plaster cast and he has to use a wheelchair.

    - Do these 2 sentences make sense at all?

    Thanks a lot to Teachers and members,

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    Re: In a plaster cast

    Quote Originally Posted by namloan View Post
    - While my grandparents were playing on the swing, my grandpa fell down. Now his left leg is in a plaster cast and he has to use a wheelchair.

    - Do these 2 sentences make sense at all?

    Thanks a lot to Teachers and members,
    Yes, it makes sense.
    Here's a plaster cast. (OK, it's an arm, but you get the picture).



    Here's a set of swings

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