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He can't chew on his left side. Options
bihunsedap
Posted: Wednesday, May 17, 2017 10:04:22 PM

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His chewing ability on right side is better than left side.
It mights because his left side muscle is weaker.

"He can't chew on his left side."
"His chewing on left side is weak."
"His chewing on right side is strong."

If using can't is totally not chewing.
How do I change the phrase according to the context above.
Can chew but not strong enough.
palapaguy
Posted: Thursday, May 18, 2017 11:19:26 PM

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Even if he could, why would he? Must be very painful Whistle
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