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A new medicine have to be invented to satisfy this problem

A new medicine have to be invented to answer this problem

A new medicine have to be invented to solve this problem.

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The subject takes a singular verb.

In this context,I think we talk about a drug, not a medicine.

Do you invent a drug, or do you discover or find itI don't find satisy. or solve very suitable. I'd say eg A new drug has to be found to cure this sickness.Clive
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Study basic grammar. Memorize the rules for verb conjugation. Even native speakers have to do that.

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How the other issue?

Problem: The bridge is wrecked it needs to be repaired.

Repairing a bridge would satisfy this problem

Study basic grammar. Memorize the rules for verb conjugation. Even native speakers have to do that.

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Problem: The bridge is wrecked.

Repairing a bridge would solve this problem

We don' t satisfy a problem.

How do I use the word "satisfy"? Which word fit "satisfy"? "issue"?

How do I use the word "satisfy"? Which word fit "satisfy"? "issue"

eg You satisfy a need.

eg You resolve an issue.

eg You solve a problem.


Your dictionary will give you a lot more details about the word 'satisfy, but that's the gist of it.

Clive

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