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Medical Basics in English
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Hello everyone! My name is ________. Im from ________.
I currently live in ________. I am a ________. I enjoy
studying ________. I joined Open English ________ ago.
I (frequently / rarely) get sick.
Survival English
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Beginner: Warm-up
When was the last time you went to the hospital?
The last time I went to the hospital was ______________.
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sick
blister
cut
bruise
pill
bandage
rest
hurt
feel
blood
Beginner: Vocabulary
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Beginner: Matching
Match the listed words to the images
A. B. D. C. E.
blister rest pill bruise bandage
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Fill in the blanks with the correct vocabulary words
Beginner: Vocabulary Practice
People usually leave work if they feel really _________.
Even a small ______ should be covered with a bandage.
The doctor asked, Where does it ______?
I dont ______ well, so Im not going to work today.
There are many kinds of _______ tests.
cut
hurt
blood
sick
feel
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Beginner: Discussion
The last time I was sick
A. was this year.
B. was last year.
C. was several years ago.
I go to the doctor when I dont feel well.
A. always
B. sometimes
C. never
I get plenty of rest when Im sick.
A. always
B. sometimes
C. never
Complete the following sentences according to your opinion
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1. Are you the doctor?
2. Who hit you?
3. Why are you bleeding?
4. Why is he crying?
5. Are you going to take that pill?
Beginner Question & Picture Matching
E. A. B. C. D.
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1. The doctor __________ the childs mouth for signs of infection.
wrap clean look in take blood listen to
Picture Fill-in-the-Blank
2. I need to __________ that cut.
3. She __________ the patients heart.
4. The nurse __________ a bandage around her arm.
5. Do you know how to __________?
Choose the correct verb and conjugate as needed
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Create a sentence by using a subject, a verb and a complement
Beginner: Creating Sentences
I
You
We
He
She
They
Ashley
have
take
get
hurt
a pill
some rest
your arm
some medicine
a bruise
your leg
some sleep
a blister
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Read the sentence with the correct answer
1. I (doesnt / dont) feel very well.
2. I (think / thinks) he should stay home from school today.
3. How did you (got / get) that cut on your hand?
4. She (felt / feel) scared when she saw all that blood.
5. We (are going / go) to the doctor every six months.
Beginner: Choose One
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__ Its my blood pressure medicine.
__ Yes, I think its better that I rest.
__ Yes, I do.
__ He went to the doctor.
__ Shes still a little sick, but shes
getting better.
1. How is your sister doing?
2. Do you have a bandage?
3. What are you taking?
4. Do you want to take a nap?
5. Where did he go?
Match each question to the correct answer
Beginner: Match the Answer
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Beginner: Lets Talk!
Carl: Ouch!
Ben: What happened?
Carl: I just cut my finger. It really hurts!
Ben: Hold on one second, and Ill get you a bandage.
Carl: Thanks. I really appreciate it.
Ben: You should wash the cut before you put the bandage on it.
Carl: Yes, thats a good idea.
Ben: Here is a paper towel to dry your hands.
Carl: Thanks, Ben.
Ben: Youre welcome.
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Beginner: Lets Talk! Follow-up
What did Carl cut?
A. his leg
B. his arm
C. his finger
What did Ben tell Carl he was going to get?
A. some soap
B. a bandage
C. a towel
What did Ben tell Carl he should do before putting on the bandage?
A. nothing
B. wipe off the blood
C. wash the cut
Answer the following questions about the previous passage
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1. The doctor _________ us a lot of advice.
Whats Missing?
fell earliest falls give painful
pain gave are is early
2. When _________ your appointment?
3. She ________ off the swing and broke her arm.
4. He left work ________ because he was sick.
5. That bruise looks ________.
Complete each sentence with a word from the list
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1. When I ____ the flu, I
stayed in bed for a week.
a. has
b. have
c. had
_____ long did you stay in bed
when you had the flu?
_____ tries to stay healthy by
eating well?
_____ did the doctor tell you
to do?
Beginner: Q & A Formation
Complete the question using the underlined words as hints,
then choose the correct option to complete the sentence
2. Jack and Stella ____ to stay
healthy by eating well.
a. tries
b. try
c. is trying
3. The doctor ____ me to open
my mouth.
a. told
b. tell
c. were telling
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Beginner: Categories
Injuries
First aid kit
contents
Match each word to its corresponding category
bruise bandages burn cut scissors alcohol tape aspirin
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Beginner: Minimal Pairs
sick
cut
pill
rest
feel
sock
nut
bill
test
fill
Listen to the difference between each pair of
words and practice pronouncing each pair
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Im at the dentist.
Im taking a pill.
My leg hurts!
A lady is looking in my mouth.
Ive got a cut.
Match each sentence to its appropriate picture
Beginner: Who Said It?
A. B. C.
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Body Parts- Vocabulary (#0021)
Health & Hygiene- Present Tense Verbs (#0022)
Body and Health Vocabulary (#0073)
Body and Health in Simple Past Tense (#0074)
Body and Health in Simple Past Tense (#0075)
Body and Health Quiz (#0076)
Beginner: Related Lessons
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Live Sessions 3 times a week! Now beginning at 3:00 am
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Intermediate Lesson Content
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Intermediate: Warm-up
What words come to mind when you think about the hospital?
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scratch
shot
diagnose
cast
heal
swollen
wound
pain
scrubs
itchy
Intermediate: Vocabulary
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Intermediate: Matching
Match the listed words to the images
A. B. D. C. E.
scratch scrubs cast swollen shot
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Use the words below to create your own sentences
Intermediate: Vocabulary Practice
Ex: Many people are scared of getting a shot.
shot
scratch
diagnose
cast
heal
swollen
wound
pain
scrubs
itchy
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Match the synonym & antonym to each listed word
Intermediate: Synonyms & Antonyms
Antonym Synonym
ease
sick
concerned
ache
hot
atypical
Word
pain
soothe
feverish
ill
worried
abnormal
cold
well
pleasure
normal
untroubled
aggravate
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Intermediate: General Discussion
What are some important things to remember during a
medical emergency?
Describe the quality of medical care in your country.
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Intermediate: Lets Talk
Marsha: Doctor, Im feeling very nervous about my operation.
Is it a major surgery?
Doctor: Yes, it is. But dont worry, Marsha. Ive performed this
surgery many times, and you are in very good hands.
Marsha: Thank you, doctor. Thats a relief!
How long will the surgery take to complete?
Doctor: It will take about two hours, so its not that long.
Do you have any other questions?
Marsha: Let me think about it for a moment. Yes, I do. Will I be
given a local or general anesthetic?
Doctor: The surgery requires a general anesthetic. You will be
put to sleep, and you wont feel a thing.
Marsha: Okay, that sounds good. What about after the surgery?
Will I experience any side effects?
Doctor: You might feel a little weak after the surgery, but other
than that, you should feel fine.
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Intermediate: Lets Talk! Follow-up
How long will Marshas surgery take to complete?
What kind of anesthetic will Marsha be given?
What side effects might Marsha experience after her surgery?
How does Marsha feel about her surgery?
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__ Shes doing much better
now. Thanks for asking.
__ No, Im going to wait and see
if it goes away on its own.
__ She went to the doctor.
__ No, not that Im aware of.
__ I have a sore throat.
1. Whats wrong?
Dont you feel well?
2. Where is Denise?
3. Are you allergic to anything?
4. Do you want to take an
aspirin for your headache?
5. How is your aunt doing?
Match each question to the correct answer
Intermediate: Q & A
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_ Ned took an aspirin.
_ Ned called his doctor and made an appointment.
_ Ned had a bad headache.
_ Neds doctor gave him some medicine, and he felt better.
_ Neds headache didnt go away after taking the aspirin.
Put the sentences in the correct order to form a short story
Intermediate: Story Sequence
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Intermediate: Expressions & Phrases
Match the idiom to its meaning
1) Josh always shows up late and then
complains about the coffee. He is
such a pain in the neck!
2) Shell need time to recover from the
accident. Her husband will nurse
her back to health.
3) After what you did to me, Id like to
give you a taste of your own
medicine!
4) A: How did you get the money to
buy dinner? B: Dont worry. What
you dont know won't hurt you.
5) Kay is having her operation
tomorrow. She goes under the
knife at 7:00 a.m.
a) a lesson where other people treat
you the same way you treat
them in order to help you
recognize your bad behavior
b) to be very annoying
c) to have surgery
d) to take care of a sick person until
they are well again
e) Unknown facts cannot worry or
upset you.
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1. I went to the doctor and was gave a prescription for antibiotics.
2. The nurse come in and checked Evelyns blood pressure.
Choose the correct answer
3. I have known that it itches, but you shouldnt scratch it.
A. am given
B. am giving
C. was given
A. will be coming
B. is coming
C. came
A. know
B. am know
C. known
Intermediate: Error Correction
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Intermediate: Lets Talk Pictures!
How do you feel when you have
to wait to see the doctor?
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Ouch, that hurt! (#0334)
Ouch (#0346)
I can't even touch my toes! (#0386)
Why does your knee hurt? (#0394)
Pronunciation: The /s/ (#0274)
Pronunciation: The short /e/ (#0260)
Intermediate: Related Lessons
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Advanced Lesson Content
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Advanced: Warm-up
What words do you associate with the medical field?
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Advanced: Someone Once Said
I got the bill for my surgery.
Now I know what those doctors
were wearing masks for.
James H. Boren
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Advanced: Vocabulary
aching
prescription
vaccine
discomfort
abnormal
blood pressure
crutches
stethoscope
numb
anesthetic
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Advanced: Matching
Match the listed words to the images
A. B. D. C. E.
prescription blood pressure crutches vaccine stethoscope
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Use the words below to create your own sentences
Advanced: Vocabulary Practice
Ex: If you cant feel your finger, it is numb.
numb
prescription
vaccine
discomfort
abnormal
blood pressure
crutches
stethoscope
aching
anesthetic
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Match the synonym & antonym to each listed word
Advanced: Synonyms & Antonyms
Synonym
relaxed
agonizing
healed
sensitive
enlarged
lacking
Word
swollen
tender
sedated
cured
deficient
excruciating
Antonym
excited
numb
plentiful
pleasurable
shrunken
diseased
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Read each sentence and replace the word with a synonym or antonym
1. Jessie laughs when she has to get an injection because shes nervous.
A
2. The nurse that took care of me was very kind.
3. Joshua dislikes going to the doctor for any reason.
S
S
Advanced: Sentence Rewording
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Advanced: General Discussion
What are your thoughts on modern medicine versus holistic
medicine?
In your opinion, what factors determine whether or not medical
care is adequate?
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Advanced: Lets Talk
Doctor: Hello, Taylor. How are you doing today? Its nice to meet you. Im
Dr. Pierce. Please follow me into the examination room and have a
seat. Now, what seems to be the problem?
Taylor: Well, it all started yesterday morning when I woke up. I felt kind
of dizzy when I got out of bed. My stomach ached slightly, and I
developed a headache.
Doctor: I see. So, you havent been feeling ill for very long. Thats good.
Im glad you didnt wait several days before coming to see me.
Have you experienced any other symptoms?
Taylor: Yes. About three hours after I got up, I started to feel achy all over.
It really hurt to move my body. After that, I started having cold
sweats. I took my temperature, and it was 102 degrees.
Doctor: Well, it definitely sounds like you have caught something. I
actually think that what you have is a virus. Can you tell me where
you were three days ago?
Taylor: Yes, I remember where I was. I was at work all day. Im a
mathematics teacher at a local elementary school. I probably
picked up a virus from one of my students.
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Advanced: Lets Talk! Follow-up
Describe the last time you had a virus. Was it severe or mild? How
long did it take you to fully recover?
How often do you usually go to the doctor? Do you go for regular
check-ups or only when youre sick? Why?
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Correct the mistake
1. Do you know how give CPR, Alice?
2. Mark cut his finger on a large kitchen nife.
3. Do you know where is the thermometer?
4. Neil went to the store for buy some cough medicine.
5. Im pretty sure that I dont have no bandages.
Advanced: Error Correction
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Advanced: Reading Comprehension
We all need to visit the doctor at some point in our lives. Many people
dont give much thought to choosing a doctor. However, its very
important to choose someone thats right for you. Below are a few tips to
help you choose a doctor.
Do some research Ask friends for recommendations. Talk to other
health care professionals. They are privy to first-hand experience with a
physician's skills and demeanor.
Do a background check Its a good idea to conduct an online
background check. Most states have an online database that can provide
you with information about a doctor's education, board certification, and
any lawsuits that have been filed as a result of malpractice.
Call the doctors office and ask for an introductory appointment
This is your chance to meet doctors in a business-like setting, ask
questions, and get a feel for what they are like.
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Advanced: Reading Discussion
What is the main idea of this passage?
In your opinion, which tip in the article is most important for
selecting a doctor? Why?
Describe your ideal doctor. Include details about their personality,
their approach to medical treatment, etc.
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Advanced: Expressions & Phrases
Match the idiom to its meaning
1. He spent four years restoring
the old car, taking great pains
to do the job right.
2. Johns chronic back problem
flared up before the game.
3. The unemployment numbers
show the economy is finally
on the mend.
4. Katie isnt coming into
work today. Shes under
the weather.
5. You can doctor up the
soup with a little hot sauce.
a) improving; becoming better
b) to be sick
c) to add spices to a bland dish
d) a sudden worsening of
a health condition
e) to make a great effort
to do something
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Advanced: Question Formation
1. It doesnt hurt at all.
2. Im going to the clinic to
get a flu shot.
3. I have good health insurance.
4. Ive never had stitches.
5. Hospitals dont make
me nervous.
Form a question based on the response
Ex: How much money would you like to deposit?
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Ouch, that hurt! (#0334)
Ouch (#0346)
Pronunciation: Consonant Cluster Endings (#0316)
Pronunciation: Words ending in /t/ &. /th/ (#0317)
Compare voiced /th/ and unvoiced /th/ (#0210)
Location prepositions: At, In, On (#0203)
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