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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 hospital room
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
To have a bruise
To have a fever (a temperature)
A stethoscope to examine the patients
To have a sore throat
To have a splinter
A (sticking) plaster (UK); a band-aid (US).
| To faint |
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