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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #109537: Vocabulary: Emergency - First aid...
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    Vocabulary: Emergency - First aid...

    Well well...  Nobody likes this topic...  Yet, if necessary, you have to know how to speak about it! 

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    A hospital with a helicopter (or a chopper)

    landing on the roof. ( = emergency services)

                          a nurse


                  a hospital room



                     a doctor



    We go to the doctor's to relieve the  pain we suffer from  ...

    To hurt = to ache  [eik] ; ache is used in many expressions

    an eye ache                                         an ear ache 

    a headache                                          a shoulder ache 

    a toothache                                          a stomach ache 

    a backache                                           a tummy ache (familiar)

    BUT a heartache is abstract (you have a broken heart) and you have a sore throat (when your throat is aching.)







                To have X-rays


                       a broken leg 


               to suffer from backache


                 To walk with crutches




               a (medical) walker


                   a wheelchair


                   A sprained-ankle


                   To have a bruise




    To have a fever (a temperature)



    A stethoscope to examine the patients

                    An injection


              To have a sore throat




              To have a splinter




     A (sticking) plaster (UK); a band-aid (US).


                        To faint 

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    1 - There has been a huge accident on the motorway... A 's bringing patients to the hospital and landing on the roof !

    2 - 'Ouch! Mom! I've fallen down and my knee's bleeding...' 'Come here, darling. I'll clean it for you and put a on your knee.'

    3 - 'Move away, please... An old lady has just and needs fresh air.'

    4 - 'Errrr... I have a headache, Mommy...' 'Let me feel your forehead! Oh dear, you must , you're burning up...'

    5 - 'Open your mouth... Stick your tongue out... Oh dear, you have a , it's scarlet!

    6 - 'Oh! My finger hurts!...' 'Show me! Yes, I can see a , here...'

    - 'Just a minute... I'll take it out with , and then, I'll clean your finger...'

    7 - You know, Clara's Mom has fallen while having a shower. She has and can't walk at all...

    - 'I wonder how she'll manage to go from one place to another ... Will she use ?'

    'Of course not! She'll just use a pair of ...'

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