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X. Read the text. Summarize it in 5-6 sentences without using direct speech;




Hob sat in the doctor's waiting-room. On the chairs at the wall other patients were sitting. They all looked sad except Hob who was reading an exciting story in a magazine. Just then the doctor came in to say that he was ready to see the next person. Hob got up and went into the consulting room.

Before Hob could say a word the doctor said, "Now what's the trouble? Sit down there and we'll have a look at you. Unfasten your jacket and your shirt, please. I'll listen to your heart." Hob tried to speak, but the doctor interrupted him and ordered him to say "ninety-nine". Hob said it. "Now let me see your throat, open your mouth wide." The doctor had a good look and then he said, "Well, there's nothing wrong with you." "I know there isn't," said Hob, "I just came to get a bottle of medicine for my uncle."

(From Essential English for foreign students by С. Е. Eckersley, Lnd.. 1977)

XI. Write 10 sentences to go with each of the pictures on pp. 68, 71.

XII. Answer the following questions:

1. What are the symptoms of flu (tonsillitis, measles, mumps, scarlet fever, etc.)? 2. Who is treated at the policlinic, and who is treated at the hospital? 3. What do you do when you fall ill? 4. What does the doctor do when he comes to examine you? 5. What do you feel when you have flu? 6. How does a sick person look? 7. How should we translate into Russian "He is ill" and "He has ill manners"? 8. What catching diseases do you know? 9. Do people in this country get their pay when they are ill?

ХIII. Translate the following sentences into English:

1. Я, должно быть, схватил грипп. 2. Вам лучше обратиться к врачу. 3. Врач пощупал мой пульс, прослушал сердце и легкие и измерил температуру. 4. Она не в состоянии разговаривать, у нее ужасно болит зуб. 5. Я вся дрожу. Должно быть, я простудилась. 6. Я не могу читать вслух, у меня болит горло. 7. Беспокоиться не о чем, его успешно прооперировали. 8. Я, пожалуй, приму эти пилюли от головной боли. 9. Почему ты ходишь в такую погоду без шляпы? Ты ведь недавно серьезно болел. У тебя могут быть осложнения. 10. Вам сделали рентген? 11. Вот рецепт. По столовой ложке микстуры три раза в день. 12. Вы послали за доктором? 13. У вас два больных зуба. Вам нужно обратиться к зубному врачу. 14. Врач попросил пациента раздеться до пояса и выслушал его. 15. Кто пойдет в аптеку заказать лекарство? 16. Если бы ты не следовала советам врача, ты бы не поправилась так скоро. 17. На вашем месте я придерживалась бы диеты, у вас ведь не в порядке желудок. 18. Как жаль, доктор забыл выписать мне лекарство от насморка. 19. Почему у вас одышка — у вас высокое давление или что-нибудь с сердцем? 20. Ребенок болен скарлатиной. Придется ему дней десять полежать в постели.

XTV. Make up stories and dialogues through mime[19].

Have the students to prepare a mime and perform it twice (for tasks A and B). The performed actions should be rather slow to allow the other students to tell the story or speak for the mimes.

A. Describe the actions of the mimes using the Present Indefinite, Continuous or Perfect tenses. (for one or two students)

B. Speak for each mime. (for two students)

С Tell the story in reported speech orally or in writing. (for one student)

Suggested topics and stages for actions:

1. At the Doctor's

a) A patient enters the room and tells the doctor what he (she) is suffering from.

b) The doctor asks the patient to strip to the waist and examines him (her).

c) The patient asks the doctor what's wrong with him. He seems to be worried.

d) The doctor tries to comfort the patient and writes out a prescription.

2. At the Dentist's

a) A patient complains of a bad toothache.

b) The dentist asks him to sit down and examines his mouth. One of his teeth should be pulled out.

c) The patient is afraid. He feels sick and giddy.

d) The dentist pulls out his tooth and shows it to the patient who brightens up and looks happy.

3. At the Bedside

a) A boy complains of a sore throat.

b) His mother is worried. She takes his temperature, it's normal. His throat is all right

c) Then the boy pretends to have a stomach-ache and a headache, to be sick and giddy.

d) His mother understands his tricks and orders him to go to school.







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