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She was admitted to hospital yesterday.
However, in the active voice: She admitted that she was wrong.
In British English, you would say:
1. She was admitted to hospital yesterday.
Less common, but possible if you want to expresss a great deal of doubt about the location or identity of the hospital, is "a hospital." "John was riding his bicycle across Africa and I just heard he's in a hospital somewhere, but no one seems to know much about it."
Americans pretty much never say "he's in hospital" without the article.
“She was admitted to hospital yesterday” is past tense right. How if the person still in hospital? Can we use similar sentence?
Anonymous:She was admitted to hospital yesterday and she was told that she would have to stay three days. She is still in hospital now.
She was admitted to hospital yesterday but she already left in the afternoon.
jdy6374can i said she admitted in hospital yesterday or she admitted to hospital yesterday.I would highly suggest admitted to rather than admitted in the hospital. As a former English teacher, I know of no rule suggesting one or the other. I am going with my gut on this one because admitted to sounds better and makes more sense to me.
Anonymous:she was admitted to hospital yesterday..
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