The Visit to the Doctor

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Vocabulary

This is important vocabulary from the previous section. Play the sounds and practice pronunciation.

  • doctor the person who is qualified to help sick people
  • flu a sickness that gives you pain in your head, throat, ears, nose, and stomach
  • medicine tablets or liquid used to stop a person from being ill
  • to worry to feel nervous and upset because of a problem you have
  • question sentences that are said in order to get more information
  • unwell when you are feeling not well
  • to speak to say words
  • anymore no more

Exercise

Drag and drop words and expressions to their correct translations.

tablets or liquid used to stop a person from being ill

sentences that are said in order to get more information

the person who is qualified to help sick people

to say words

to feel nervous and upset because of a problem you have

no more

a sickness that gives you pain in your head, throat, ears, nose, and stomach

to speak anymore question medicine flu to worry doctor
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