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I read the following paragraph and I would like to know if there are mistakes in it or not>

The white army is a new term that refers to doctors, nurses, paramedics and all those who work in the medical profession. 'White' because they wear white coats. "Army" because they fight invisible enemies which are viruses and diseases. They don't use military weapons, but they use medical weapons such medicines and vaccines

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Omar AhmedThe white army is a new term that refers to doctors, nurses, paramedics and all those who work in the medical profession. "White" because they wear white coats. "Army" because they fight invisible enemies which are viruses and diseases. They don't use military weapons, but they use medical weapons such as medicines and vaccines.

Omar,

What a shame! You were doing so well until you got to the last few words. Emotion: sad

Almostperfect. Emotion: smile

Actually, I guess it's not your writing, though, if you read it somewhere, so I should say that whoever wrote it was doing very well until the last few words.

CJ

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yeah use as before such and medicines

eastsideeric

Yeah. Use 'as' before between 'such' and 'medicines'.

Note above how to reply to the OP's post. Emotion: wink

CJ