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    #1

    How should I change it?

    Hi, guys.

    The underlined part include a grammatical error.

    How should I change it to be grammatically correct?

    Thank You..

    When he is expected, the sheets are changed and chasing the dog off the

    patient's bed.

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    Re: How should I change it?

    the dog is chased off the patient's bed

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    Re: How should I change it?

    What about?
    Ex: Before his arrival, the sheets are to be changed and the dog (is to be) chased off the patient's bed.

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