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Oh, my head! I have a headache,
Oh, my tooth! I have a toothache,
Oh, my stomach! I have a stomachache,
Oh, my back! I have a backache,
Oh, my ear! I have an earache,
Oh, my eyes! I have sore eyes,
Oh, my thumb! I have a sore thumb,
Oh, my throat! I have a sore throat.
Where is a doctor? I don’t know!
A ward: isolation ward, private ward.
Doctors, nurses, dentists.
Types of medicines
Do a crossword:
1. … your head with a door.
2. … your finger with a knife.
3. … the tooth with a nut.
4. … my ankle when I run.
5. The highest part of a body, you think and eat with it.
6. … your leg when you fall from the bike.
7. A little part of your arm.
8. … your back.
9. … my wrist when I’ve played basketball.
To be healthy you should or shouldn’t… Put in two columns
eat a light meal, eat too much ice cream, eat vegetables, eat fruits, wear warm clothes, walk in the rain, sunbathe a lot, smoke, drink alcohol, spend too much time in front of the TV, get enough sleep, get regular exercise.
You should: You shouldn’t:
Doctor (D): Good morning.
Patient (P): Hello, Doctor.
D: Now then, how can I help you?
P: Well doctor, I've got a headache.
D: Do you have any other symptoms? A temperature, for example?
P: Well yes, I have high temperature, actually.
D: It looks to me as if you've got a cold.
P: Oh, have I, doctor?
D: Yes. Now I give you these pills. You should take two pills three times a day.
P: Thank you, doctor, thank you.
Do the dialogues:
A headache – a cold
A stomachache – some stomach infection
A toothache – caries
An earache – the flu
A sore throat – a bad cold