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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #128403: Vocabulary: going to the doctor's (2)
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    Vocabulary: going to the doctor's (2)

    In test, we had already studied the vocabulary you might need if you had



    to see a doctor.

    We'll go on here, on the same topic, with additional vocabulary - which won't be

    more difficult for it!  








     The family doctor 
     a GP (General Practitioner)                   
     Your usual doctor 
     A locum
     A doctor's practice 
     Surgery hours/ office hours                                                                                    
     The waiting room 


    - To make an appointment to see the doctor

    - To go to the doctor's: ( do not forget the  's ) 

    - To call the doctor/ to send for the doctor



        The doctor's examining the patient                                          Various medicines


     A home visit/ a house call 
     To be on call/ to be on duty                                                                                           
     Medical records
     A diagnosis/ to diagnose 
     A stethoscope 
     A thermometer 
     To examine 
     To look after
     A prescription 
     To prescribe medicine (uncountable)
     To treat sb for something 
     To cure sb of something 
     A remedy/ a cure 




    - To feel somebody's neck

    - To feel somebody's pulse

    - To take sb's blood pressure

    - To take a blood sample

    - to get some tests done



           She's swallowing a capsule.                                 The nurse is feeling sby's pulse.


     A vaccine against 
     To vaccinate sb against something   
     An inoculation against/ to inoculate sb against sth                                                           
     An injection/ to give sb an injection 
     A syringe/ a needle
     To take an aspirin 
     To swallow a pill 
     A tablet
     A capsule 



                                                     The ointment will be rubbed in. 


    - To rub in an ointment

    - To be taken three times daily

    - To be on antibiotics

     A syrup 
     Eye/ nose drops  
     To cough 
     A painkiller 
     A sedative/ to sedate sb                                                                                                
     A sleeping pill
     A dressing 
     A gauze dressing 
     A plaster/ a Band Aid
     To dress a wound 
     To change a dressing 
     A chemist/ a druggist 
     The chemist's / a drugstore      



                                                 The dressing will be changed.

    I'm sure you'll be able to face that vocabulary -  and the issues that are associated to it - 

    It will be the same for the test! Everything will be all right! 

    Thanks for working with me!  


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    A) My is getting old and will retire at the end of the year… In some districts, it’s difficult to find a doctor nowadays.

    B) I’ve had this bad cold for two weeks now and I’m not feeling better… I think I will to get a prescription.

    C) These medicines must be on a doctor’s because they have dangerous side-effects.

    D) My mother’s is so complex that she has to see the best specialists.

    E) A nurse has . The will be sent to a lab

    F) Every morning, the old man , which is quite unpleasant to him.

    G) I’m glad I’ve been my allergy at last… I used to receive several injections every spring.

    H) 'You will have to every two days, and must keep it clean.'

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