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    #1

    eyes lubriant

    1. I put the eyes lubriant to keep my eyes wet.

    2. I put the eyes lubriant to keep my eyes moist.

    3. I put the eyes lubriant to keep my eyes moisturising

    4. I put the eyes lubriant to keep my eyes damp.

    5. I put the eyes lubriant to keep my eyes being dry out.


    Which of the above sentence are in common expression and correct in grammer?


    ju

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    #2

    Re: eyes lubriant

    none, and none.

    I use eye lubricant to keep my eyes moist. (keep my eyes from drying out)
    Using an eyedropper, I applied lubricant to my eyes.


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    #3

    Re: eyes lubriant

    My eyes were dry, so I put in some eye drops.

    I put in some eye drops to prevent my eyes from drying out.

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