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III. Read and translate the text




When we have a headache, a stomach-ache, a sore throat, a cold, or a pain in some other part of the body, we call the doctor. He takes our temperature and feels our pulse. He examines

our heart, our lungs, our stomach or pressure, the part of the body which hurts us, and tells us what the matter is with us. He says: "You have a slight temperature", "You have the flu", or "You have caught a cold", or "You have heart disease".

The doctor gives us a prescription and says: "I shall prescribe some medicine. You must take the prescription to the chemist and he will make up the medicine for you. Take the medicine twice a day before meals".

If we follow the doctor's instructions, we get better; if we disobey the doctor we may get worse, and even die. We must follow the doctor's instructions, if we want to get better. If we have a temperature, we must stay in bed and take the medicine he prescribes. If we cannot get better at home we must go to hospital.

If we need an operation, for example, if we have appendicitis, a surgeon performs the operation on ifc. If we are too ill we go to hospital in the ambulance. After our illness we can go to a sanatorium until we are strong again.

When we have toothache, we go to the dentist's. The dentist examines our teeth and asks: "Which tooth hurts you?" He says: "That tooth has a cavity. I must stop it, I must put in a filling". If the tooth is too bad, the dentist extracts.

IV. Answer the following questions:

1. What do you do when you fall ill?

2. When do you send for the doctor?

3. What does the doctor do?

4. What do you feel when you have the flu?

5. Who operates on people?

6. Why must one follow the doctor's instructions?

7. Whom do you consult when you have a toothache (sore eyes, a sore throat, a broken leg, a burn, frostbite)?

8. What do you buy at the chemist's?

9. What does a dentist do?

10.Which doctors and diseases do you know?

 

V. Fill in the blanks with the necessary words in brackets:

1. You must take two... before each meal, (tablets, cough-mixture, gargle)

2. If you follow my... you will feel better tomorrow, (physician, disease, instructions)

3. When you have a toothache you must consult... (a nurse, a dentist, an oculist)

4.... operates on people, (therapeutist, psychiatrist, surgeon)

5. The doctor put down everything she found into my mother's.... (note, patient's file, prescription)

VI. Act as an interpreter:

Surgeon: What's wrong with your arm, Mr Brown?

Ѕраун:  оли € спускавс€ сходами, € послизнувс€ ≥ впав на праву руку. ѕ≥дн≥маючись, € в≥д≠чув б≥ль у руц≥. Ѕоюс€, що € њњ зламав.

Surgeon: You should've been careful. Now, let me examine your arm. Does it hurt here?

Ѕраун: “ак, дуже,

Surgeon: I think we'd better have it X-rayed. Miss Miles will take you to the X-ray room. (Some minutes later)

Miss Miles: Here are the pictures, Doctor.

Surgeon: (to Mr Brown): Be seated, please. (After examining the pictures). Unfortunately, it is a fracture. You will have to stay in the hospital for a couple of days.

Ѕраун: ƒуже шкода. ÷е означаЇ, що € не зможу продовжити поњздку по крањн≥ з≥ своЇю ту≠ристичною ‘” пою.

Surgeon: I'm afraid so.

VII. Translate the dialogue into English:

√анна: ƒоброго ранку, л≥карю!

Ћ≥кар: ƒоброго ранку. ¬аше пр≥звище?

√анна: —тельмах.

Ћ≥кар: ќсь ¬аша картка. ўо з ¬ами?

√анна: ћене морозить ≥, гадаю, в мене температура. я погано спала цю н≥ч, але вранц≥ поњхала до коледжу. ѕ≥сл€ двох зан€ть € змушена була п≥ти Ч € почувала себе дуже погано.

Ћ≥кар: ƒавайте € огл€ну ¬ас, але спочатку зм≥р€йте температуру. (ѕодивившись на термометр) “емпература зависока. ¬≥дкрийте рот ≥ скаж≥ть Ђј-аї.

√анна: ј-а-а.

Ћ≥кар: √ортань трохи запалена «н≥м≥ть кофтину, € хочу ¬ас послухати ¬дихн≥ть, тепер видихн≥ть. ѕокашл€йте. ƒостатньо. —к≥льки дн≥в ¬и кашл€Їте?

√анна: ƒругий день.

Ћ≥кар: ” ¬ас, типова (typical) простуда. “реба полежати к≥лька дн≥в у л≥жку та попити л≥ки. ќсь рецепт.

√анна: —к≥льки раз≥в на день приймати л≥ки?

Ћ≥кар: “ри рази на день п≥сл€ њди. ѕопийте гар€чий чай з молоком.

√анна: як ¬и гадаЇте, ск≥льки часу мен≥ доведетьс€ пролежати в л≥жку?

Ћ≥кар: ƒн≥в три-чотири. я впевнений, що до к≥нц€ тижн€ ¬и почуватимете себе добре.

√анна: ƒ€кую, л≥карю.

Ћ≥кар: ƒо побаченн€.

VIII. Complete the following dialogue:

Doctor: Good morning, Mr Thompson. What's the trouble? Mr Thompson:...

Doctor: Any pain?

Mr Thompson:...

Doctor: Please, strip to the waist and lie down on the examination couch. I shall examine you. Mr Thompson:...

Doctor: Certainly, for a week or ten days. There's a prescription. Take a spoonful of this medicine three times a day.

Mr Thompson:...

Doctor: Oh, don't mention it, please. Be sure to follow my instructions. Goodbye.

IX. Read and dramatize the following dialogues:

Patient: Doctor, I have a bad headache and I have no appetite.

Doctor: Show me your tongue. (The patient opens his mouth and shows his tongue.) Yes, you have nasty tongue. Have you a pain in your stomach?

Patient: Yes, doctor, sometimes; especially after meals. I have a temperature after meals, too.

Doctor: I must examine your stomach... Does it hurt here?

Patient: No, not there.

Doctor: Here?

Patient: Oh, yes, it does here.

Doctor: You have digestion trouble, but it is not serious.

I shall prescribe some tablets. You must take two before each meal. Do not eat any roast meat or any heavy food. Eat boiled vegetables and milk puddings. If you follow my instructions you will feel better tomorrow and in two or three days you will be quite well again.

***

Doctor: What's the matter?

Patient: I'm quite ill. I think I've got the flu (influ≠enza).

Doctor: Very likely. What are your symptoms?

Patient: I feel very weak and dizzy. I have a cold in my head and a sore throat.

Doctor: What is your temperature?

Patient: I've been running a high temperature since yes≠terday. Today it is 37.9 (thirty-seven point nine).

Doctor: Please, strip to the waist, I must examine you. Your throat is inflamed.

Patient: Tell me, doctor, is it very serious? I was down with the flu only last month.

Doctor: It will be serious if you don't follow my instruc≠tions. You've only caught a cold. You have to lie down immediately. I'll prescribe you some medi≠cine and ask you to gargle.

Patient: Shall I have to stay in bed long?

Doctor: No, I think you'll recover in a few days. Please take this note to the reception office in the poli≠clinic this week. You'll have your chest X-rayed and your blood examined to make sure that everything is all right.

Patient: How shall I take the medicine?

Doctor: Gargle as often as you can and take a tablespoon-ful of the medicine three times a day. Shake up the bottle before use.

Patient: Thank you ever so much, doctor.

X. Translate the dialogues into English:

Ч ўо з ¬ашою дитиною? ¬она захвор≥ла?

Ч Ѕоюсь, що так. њй пом≥р€ли температуру в школ≥ ≥ в≥д≥слали додому.

Ч ¬она скаржитьс€ на що-небудь?

Ч “ак, вона каже, що в нењ болить горло.

Ч ќ, вона швидко одужаЇ. ÷≥ л≥ки допоможуть њй за два-три дн≥.

***

Ч Ќа що ¬и скаржитесь?

Ч ћабуть, € дуже перевтомивс€ останн≥м часом ≥ зараз страждаю в≥д головного болю.

 р≥м того, € дуже погано сплю.

Ч ј ¬и м≥р€ли температуру?

Ч “ак, вона нормальна.

Ч ƒозвольте ¬ас огл€нути. ¬ам потр≥бно побути вдома. я дам ¬ам листок непрацездатност≥ на три дн≥ ≥ пропишу л≥ки. ќсь, будь ласка.

XI. Ask questions on the text and retell it:

My mother suddenly fell ill (was suddenly taken ill). She was feverish and felt very bad.

She had a splitting headache and a terrible cough. We telephoned for doctor Ivanenko, our district doctor. Doc≠tor came, took her coat off and put on the white gown which she kept in her bag. The doctor asked mother to strip to the waist, examined her, felt her pulse, took her temperature, and measured her blood pressure.

The doctor said it might be pneumonia and told mother she must go to the hospital for an examination. But mother wouldn't hear of it. So doctor Ivanenko prescribed her some injections, a gargle, a cough-mixture, tablets, mustard plasters and a hot-water bottle at her feet.

Next doctor Ivanenko wrote a note for an X-ray and blood examination. The doctor put down everything she found in my mother's patient's file.

The prescription which the doctor left was made up at the chemist's (at a chemist's shop).

We followed the doctor's instructions and in two weeks mother felt much better. I took her to the policlinic for a check-up.

Mother went to doctor Ivanenko's consulting-room while I remained in the waiting-room. Soon mother came out. The doctor said she was on the mend. (She was recover≠ing.)






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