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Can I say,

John's bicycle's tyre was touched a broken glass and puctured.

(ii) (One of the ) John's tyre went over / through some broken glass / glasses and (it / it was) punctured.

(iii) The broken glass made the bicycle / bicycle's tyre punctured.

(iv) When his bicycle went through the broken glass, it / it was punctured.
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John's bicycle tyre ran over some broken glass and was punctured.

(ii) (One of) John's tyres went over / through some broken glass, and it was punctured.

(iii) The broken glass punctured the bicycle / bicycle's tyre.

(iv) When his bicycle went through the broken glass, a tyre was punctured
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Thanks. Can I say,

(a) When John wanted to take his bicycle home, he saw that hs bicycle's tyre / his bicycle was punctured. (without mention "the bicycle's tyre", can be accepted?)

(b) They were going back home. Suddenly, John took no notice / did not notice at the road. There was a broken glass. He went over and his bicycle was punctured.

(c) His bicycle's wheel was punctured.

(d) On the way back home, suddenly John went over a broken glass / some broken glass / glasses.
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(a) When John wanted to take his bicycle home, he saw that its tyre was punctured.

(b) They were going back home. John was not paying attention to the road. Suddenly there was some broken glass. He rode over it and his bicycle tire was punctured.

(c) His bicycle's tire was punctured.

(d) On the way back home, John suddenly rode over some broken glass.
Thanks., but why don't we say,

"a broken glass"?
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Only for a drinking glass.
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