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    assisted by a nurse

    Which are correct:


    1) He could walk with a cane assisted by a nurse.
    2) He could walk with a cane, assisted by a nurse.
    3) He could walk, with a cane, assisted by a nurse.
    4) He could walk with a cane and assisted by a nurse.


    5) He could walk assisted by a nurse with a cane.
    6) He could walk assisted by a nurse, with a cane.
    7) He could walk, assisted by a nurse, with a cane.
    8) He could walk assisted by a nurse and with a cane.


    Gratefully,
    Navi.

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    Re: assisted by a nurse

    I'm OK with 2, 3, or 4.

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