My dog had eaten a cannabis accidentally last night. This looks bad feeling. How should I do this?
My dog ate cannabis accidentally last night. It looks like he's feeling bad. What should I do about this?
2. Since this is an uncountable noun, you shouldn't use the indefinite article before it.
3. This is another, clearer way of saying the same thing.
4. You can use this as an alternative.
5. You should add this so that the sentence is complete and clear.
I am not sure, my dog can't walk properly. It was my fault because I got cannabis from my curiosity. Afterward, I did cannabis then I slept for long time. During that time, my dog have got it.
I am not sure, but my dog can't walk properly. It was my fault because I got cannabis out of my curiosity. Afterward, I took cannabis then I slept for a long time. During that time, my dog got it.
2. and 3. This should be used instead so that the sentence is clearer.
4. An indefinite article should be used before countable nouns in the singular form.
5. The tense that fits the context of the sentence the best is the past simple tense.
Why do you call the dog for he? You should be call this or that and so on because dog is not human. I learned we shouldn't call animals like human. By the way, it doesn't have any allergies.
Why do you use the pronoun 'he' when you refer to the dog? You should use 'this' or 'that' and so on because dogs aren't human. I learned we shouldn't call animals like we call humans. By the way, it doesn't have any allergies.
2. This is a shorter, simpler alternative that can be used.
3. 4. 5. and 6. You can also use quotation marks here.
7. Since you're talking about dogs in general, not one specific dog, you should use the plural form.
8. You can add this so that you are even more specific.
9. This word should be in the plural form since you're referring to all humans, not one specific human.
I see. I can learn new something. Yes, sounds good. On a different note, have you ever use cannabis? Using cannabis is being legally in many countries recent years. Do you think about the movement? Can you agree as a doctor?
I see. I can learn something new. Yes, that sounds good. On a different note, have you ever used cannabis? Using cannabis is legal in many countries in recent years. What do you think about the movement? Can you agree as a doctor?
2. You can add this so that the sentence is even clearer.
3. Since you used the present perfect tense, this form of the verb is needed here.
4. This is a simpler, shorter and clearer variation that should be used instead.
5. and 6. This should be added so that the sentence is complete.
I see. Actually, I have to say yes or no about that issue. Because, researching cannabis is on the way. We have to wait what is effect it for our health to use for a long time.
I see. Actually, I don't have an opinion about that issue because researching cannabis is still happening. We have to wait to discover what effect it has on our health if we use it for a long time.
- weight loss（体重減少）
- labored breathing （呼吸困難）
- stay healthy（健康でいてください）
- I think that my pet ate something inedible and since then my pet has seemed sick.（なにか食べれないものを食べてしまって、それから体調を崩してしまっているようです。）
- My pet has not been eating anything for three days.（私のペットはこの3日間何も食べていない。）
- The physical appearance of my pet has changed over the past several weeks.（ここ数週間でペットの容姿が変化した。）
- I have noticed that 〜（〜に気づいた。）
- be showing the signs of excessively drinking water.（水の過剰摂取の症状があります。）