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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #28660: Vocabulary: welcoming a patient
    > Other English exercises on the same topics: Human body | Diseases [Change theme]
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    Vocabulary: welcoming a patient


    Can you speak French?

    Do you understand me?

    Can you get up please?

    Can you come with me?

    Please sit down.

    Please, lie down

    Please, relax

    Please, breathe slowly.

    Please breathe deeply

    Do as I do

    What happened?

    When did the accident happen?

    Have you had a traffic accident?

    Have you had a motorcar accident?

    Have you had a sport accident?

    Have you had a work accident?

    Could you tell me what happened?

    Did you faint?

    Please, show me where you have been injured.

    Where is the pain?

    Have you got a spontaneous pain?

    Have you got an induced pain?

    Have you got a permanent pain?

    Is it a paroxysmal pain?

    Have you got a sharp pain?

    Have you got a dull pain?

    Have you got a beating pain?

    Is that pain exquisite or mild?


    What is your name?

    May I ask you to spell it please?

    What is your address please?

    Sorry, could you repeat please?

    What is your date of birth?

    Have you got a sickness insurance?

    Does a person accompany you?

    Is there somebody to warn in the event of concern?

    When did you arrive in France?

    Can you fill in this form ?

    previous history


    How old are you?

    For which illness were you treated?

    Which medicines do you take regularly?

    Did you have any contagious diseases ?

    Have you been hospitalised before ?

    Did you have fever?

    Do you drink alcohol?

    Do you smoke?

    Did you have a surgical procedure?

    Have you got some allergies?

    Which ones?

    With medication?

    From insect stings

    With pollen or dust?

    Did you have a cardiac disease ?

    Does your heart beat fast?

    Do you have a heart murmur?

    Do your ankles swell?

    How heavy are you?

    How tall are you?

    How many children have you?

    How many times have you been pregnant?

    Have you had a miscarriage?

    Any trouble with your deliveries?

    When did you begin to be menstruated?

    Do you have pain with your periods?

    Have you regular periods?


    A hospital

    A clinic

    A maternity home

    A community clinic- dispensary

    A department

    The intensive care department

    The emergency department

    The operating theatre

    The radiology department


    The doctor

    The nurse

    Sick leave

    Through ill-health

    A disease

    A perfusion

    A needle

    A syringe

    An injection

    A medicinal substance / drug


    A tablet

    A capsule

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    7. (Asking for what medicines you take)




    11. (Asking for what has just happened)

    12. (Advice from the doctor to get better)

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