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For some reason, take a medicinetake a medicine doesn't sound natural to my ears.

Is take a medicinethe phrase take a medicine wrong or unnatural  ?

I would usually say take a pill. Or take some medicine.:

take a pill

However, whator

take some medicine

What word would you use to emphasise that the pill is legitimate and medical  ?

More on the word medicine

Wiktionary and Online Oxford Dictionary seem to say that the word is countable. I thought I could use the word medicine as a group of things, pills, liquid, that you take to help you recover from an illness. So I thought it was a mass noun.

What does it mean if you say a medicine  ? I couldn't find a good example sentence. However, I could find some sentences that use the word in the plural form.

Is it only used in the plural form when it is used as a countable noun  ?

For some reason, take a medicine doesn't sound natural to my ears.

Is take a medicine wrong or unnatural  ?

I would usually say take a pill. Or take some medicine.

However, what word would you use to emphasise that the pill is legitimate and medical  ?

More on the word medicine

Wiktionary and Online Oxford Dictionary seem to say that the word is countable. I thought I could use the word medicine as a group of things, pills, liquid, that you take to help you recover from an illness. So I thought it was a mass noun.

What does it mean if you say a medicine  ? I couldn't find a good example sentence. However, I could find some sentences that use the word in the plural form.

Is it only used in the plural form when it is used as a countable noun  ?

For some reason, take a medicine doesn't sound natural to my ears.

Is the phrase take a medicine wrong or unnatural?

I would usually say:

take a pill

or

take some medicine

What word would you use to emphasise that the pill is legitimate and medical?

More on the word medicine

Wiktionary and Online Oxford Dictionary seem to say that the word is countable. I thought I could use the word medicine as a group of things, pills, liquid, that you take to help you recover from an illness. So I thought it was a mass noun.

What does it mean if you say a medicine? I couldn't find a good example sentence. However, I could find some sentences that use the word in the plural form.

Is it only used in the plural form when it is used as a countable noun?

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Take a medicine or take a pill  ?

For some reason, take a medicine doesn't sound natural to my ears.

Is take a medicine wrong or unnatural ?

I would usually say take a pill. Or take some medicine.

However, what word would you use to emphasise that the pill is legitimate and medical ?

More on the word medicine

Wiktionary and Online Oxford Dictionary seem to say that the word is countable. I thought I could use the word medicine as a group of things, pills, liquid, that you take to help you recover from an illness. So I thought it was a mass noun.

What does it mean if you say a medicine ? I couldn't find a good example sentence. However, I could find some sentences that use the word in the plural form.

Is it only used in the plural form when it is used as a countable noun ?

Take a medicine or take a pill  ?

For some reason, take a medicine doesn't sound natural to my ears.

Is take a medicine wrong or unnatural ?

I would usually say take a pill. Or take some medicine.

However, what word would you use to emphasise that the pill is legitimate and medical ?

Take a medicine or take a pill?

For some reason, take a medicine doesn't sound natural to my ears.

Is take a medicine wrong or unnatural ?

I would usually say take a pill. Or take some medicine.

However, what word would you use to emphasise that the pill is legitimate and medical ?

More on the word medicine

Wiktionary and Online Oxford Dictionary seem to say that the word is countable. I thought I could use the word medicine as a group of things, pills, liquid, that you take to help you recover from an illness. So I thought it was a mass noun.

What does it mean if you say a medicine ? I couldn't find a good example sentence. However, I could find some sentences that use the word in the plural form.

Is it only used in the plural form when it is used as a countable noun ?

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