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Exercise 1. Translate into your native language.

1. My father will be busy on Monday.

2. In summer we went to Turkey.

3. We are students of the Medical University.

4. Last year he graduated from the medical university.

5. I’ll work in the field of surgery.

6. I must inform students about the day of consultation.

7. The doctor will make a round at 9 o’clock.

8. The consulting hours of this doctor will begin in 2 hours.

9. She works at the therapeutic department.

10. A surgical nurse prepares instruments for the operation.

11. Give me a mixture for cough, please


Exercise 2. Complete the following sentences using one of the following prepositions:

Out of on with back on out of away from up out

1. We’ve run … gauze. So a nurse can’t make you a bandage.

2. I won’t disturb you. Please, go … your work and I’ll just sit and watch.

3. Keep …. Me. I’ve quinsy and don’t want to infect you.

4. When I look … my university time, I realize what a happy time it was.

5. I wish you wouldn’t smoke. Why don’t you give …. it?

6. How much is Beseptol, Anapferon and Pecktusin? – I need a calculator; I can’t make it … in my head.

7. Permanent crowns can be made … metal, porcelain-fused-to-metal, resin, or ceramic.


Exercise 3. Insert prepositions:

a) Stomatological department:

1. … the second visit, the dentist removes your temporary crown and checks the fit and colour … the permanent crown.

2. Preparing a tooth … a crown usually requires two visits … the dentist.

3. Next, the tooth receiving the crown is filed down to make room… the crown.

1. Temporary crowns are made … acrylic and are held … place using a temporary cement.

2. The amount … removed tooth structure depends … the type … crown used.

3. First, the dentist numbs the tooth and the gum tissue … the tooth.

4. If, a large area … the tooth is missing, the dentist uses filling material to "build up" the tooth to support the crown.

5. … the first visit the dentist makes a temporary crown to cover and protect the prepared tooth … the crown is being made.

b) Medical department:

1. All infectious diseases are similar … origin.

2. The findings of the intradermal tests proved to be … great diagnostic importance.

3. There may be evident paralysis … the facial muscles … affected area.

4. Much progress has been achieved … treating bronchial asthma … the last few years.

5. In serious cases unconsciousness occurs … a relatively short period.

6. … the most severe attacks … bronchial asthma hormonotherapy may be used.

7. … the early stages the limbs may be flaccid.

8. The prognosis is poor …cases when profound coma persists … twenty-four hours or longer.

9. Some cases of apoplexy are marked … a more gradual development.

10. Neurological signs may depend … the location … hemorrhage.

11. … severe cases there is usually little difficulty … the diagnosis.


c) Pharmaceutical department:

1. The patient’s sensitivity … penicillin should be studied before the treatment is begun.

2. Digoxin is suggested … patients … symptomatic heart failure due to systolic dysfunction.

3. The child was noted to be allergic … definite inhalant preparations.

4.Sulfanilamide is usually given … the form ... tablet.

5. Many local anesthetics are derived … sulfanilamide.

6. … severe infections this drug is administered in double dose twice … day.

7. This drug is soluble …water.

8. It is less toxic …tubazid.

9.This drug is produced … boiling substance in hot water … 2 hours.

10. Methazid is contraindicated … stenocardia.

11. A solution of chloramphenicol which is diluted …distilled water is administered … an injection.

Exercise 4. Put prepositions where necessary:

1. The patient complained … numbness in his right hand.

2. Surface waters may be contaminated … chemical and biological substances.

3. Local anesthetics may be divided … two groups according … their action.

4. The doctor saw typical signs … intoxication associated … the overdose … this poisonous drug appearing gradually.

5. The patient is recommended to gargle his throat... a warm solution … sodium bicarborbonate.

6. The patient’s sensitivity … penicillin should be studied before the treatment is begun.

7. The child was noted to be allergic … definite inhalant preparations.

8. Digoxin is suggested … patients … symptomatic heart failure due to systolic dysfunction.

9. The cavity must be dry … insertion a filling.

10. Silicate and amalgam are ruined … saliva contamination.

11. In ancient times the only treatment … dental pain was extraction … the teeth, resulting … partial or complete edentulism.


Exercise 5. Choose the right variant:

1. Joints are classified … their range of movement.

a) with b) for c) by d) to e) of

2. The nuclear membrane separates the nucleus … the cytoplasm

a. at b. to c. by d. between e. From

3. A disturbance in the activity of the endocrine glands is accompanied … changes throughout the organism.

a) in b) on c) for d) at e) by

4. Work should be attempted only part-time... first.

a) in b) on c) with d) at e) for

5. Loss of consciousness results... the reversible reduction of the activity in the reticular activating system.

a) of b) in c) from d)at e) by

6. Acute gastritis (catarrhal gastritis) is due … a great variety of causes.

a. from b. to c. on d. in e. Off

7. There are repeated attacks … irregular intervals.

a) in b) on c) with d) by e) at

8. The disease may be divided ... 3 main forms.

a) to b) into c) for d) in e) at

9. The patients with low arterial pressure often complain... palpitation and increased fatiguability.

a) at b) of c) on d) about e) for

10. ... the day preceding an attack the subject suffer... a vague malaise.

a. in, from b. of, of с. on ,of d.. on, for e. on, from

11. Nausea persists ... several hours.

a. for b. of с. In d. through e. under

12. A variety of neurological signs may be evident depending ... the location of the hemorrhage.

a) in b) upon c) at e) from e) by

13. If consciousness returns, the patient may suffer... subsequent attacks at any time.

a) on b) at c) from d) for e) in


Exercise 6. Translate into English:

1. Сульфаніламід призначається по 1 гр на день.

2. Ця реакція відбувається при низьких температурах.

3. Укус собаки призводить до сказу.

4. Я звільнуся через 2 години.

5. Деякі люди мають алергію на різні ліки.

6. Пацієнт скаржиться на слабкість та безсоння.

7. Розрив селезінки було виявлено при операції.

8. Місцеві анестетики розподіляються на 2 групи згідно з їх дією.




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