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    I have to put on baby hand gloves on his hand

    I have to put on baby hand gloves on his hand to prevent him scratching himself.
    I have to help him wear the hand gloves to prevent him scratching himself.

    Which is sound more correctly in the sentences above? Put on or wear?

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    Re: I have to put on baby hand gloves on his hand

    I help him put on gloves..
    He wears the gloves...

    Gloves are meant for the hands only, so there is no need to say 'hand' again.

    Which sentence sounds more correct?

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    Last edited by Rover_KE; 04-Nov-2014 at 08:56. Reason: Fixing typo.

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