Published on February 11, 2009
Parts of the body, health problems and suggestions By Profr. José Ma. Jaramillo Salazar February, 2009 I need a doctor!
Parts of the body
head hair face
nose ear eye mouth
neck hand finger
arm elbow knee shoulder
foot leg toe
Complete the parts of the body and match them with the pictures N__ ___ ___ __ __ n __ __ __ ___ e ___ ___ H ___ ___ d ___ h ___ u ___ ___ ___ ___ s ___ e ___ t e ___ ___ ____ w ___ ___ o ___ ___ c ___ ___ ___ r
Write the parts of the body on Shrek ___________ ___________ ___________ ___________ ___________ ___________ ___________ ___________ ___________ ___________ ___________ ___________ ___________ ear nose mouth arm hand knee Foot/feet leg stomach elbow shoulder eye head
A cold Headache Fever Sore throat
Stomachache Earache Runny nose Stuffy nose
Sunburn Toothache Cut
Cramp Broken leg Black eye
How are you? How do you feel today? I feel terrible. I have fever. What’s wrong with her ? She has a headache. What’s her problem? She has a bad toothache.
What’s his problem? He has a backache. What’s his problem? He has a cold.
What are their problems? What’s his problem? He has fever.
He has a cold. What’s his problem? What’s wrong with her ? She has a headache.
What’s wrong with her ? She has a sore throat What’s his problem? He has a stomachache.
What’s his problem? He has a backache. What’s her problem? She has a broken leg.
What’s his problem? He has a toothache. What’s her problem? He has a broken arm
Ana is sick. Check the video and complete the conversation and complete with words from the box. Doctor: Good morning Ana how do you feel? Ana: Not too well Doctor. My _________ aches, my __________ hurt and my __________ keeps running all the time. Doctor: Do you _____________? Ana: Not much sir. Doctor: Do you _____________? Ana: A lot! I can stop. Doctor: Do you have ________________? High ______________? Ana: No that I know, but I feel __________________. Doctor: Let me see. Open your _________________, Ana.! Ana: aah! Doctor: That’s it! You have a sore _________________. Ana: I feel a bit dizzy and weak. Doctor: That’s absolutely normal. You have a virus. Ana: A virus? Doctor: Yes, a ______________. Don’t worry. Do you have a ___________________? Ana: I had fever last night, I don’t know now. Doctor: Well, I’m afraid you still have. Ana: Is that serious? Doctor: Not at all. Just relax and spend two days in bed. Cough fever head sneeze temperature mouth Muscles Virus Nose Allergies terrible throat
Suggestions Visit the doctor Take an aspirin Drink a lot of liquids Take some pills Get a massage Go to sleep Go to the bathroom Visit the dentist Go home and relax Don’t lift heavy things Don’t go to work Get some medicines Drink a tea Put some ointment Put a bandage Put some eye drops Drink some syrup Don’t drink cold liquids
Visit the doctor
Take an aspirin
Drink a lot of liquids
Take some pills
Get a massage
Go to sleep
Go to the bathroom
Visit the dentist
Go home and relax
Don’t lift heavy things
Don’t go to work
Get some medicines
Drink a tea
Put some ointment
Put a bandage
Put some eye drops
Drink some syrup
Don’t drink cold liquids
Should / Shouldn’t This modal verb is used when you need to ask a suggestion or when you need to give and advice, example: What should you do for a cold? Well, you should visit the doctor. You should drink a hot tea. You defenitly shouldn’t drink cold soda
Instead of should we can also give suggestions with infinitive complements, example: What should you do for a stomachache? Well, you should drink pepto. It’s important to drink pepto. It’s sometimes helpul to drink a tea. It’s a good idea to visit the doctor.
II. WRITE AN ADVICE FOR EACH PROBLEM, USING It’s important to, It’s sometimes helpful, It’s a good idea… . I have a terrible headache. _________________________________________________________________ My sister always has insomnia. _________________________________________________________________ The English teacher has a terrible backache. _________________________________________________________________ My eyes are always red. _________________________________________________________________ Nelson has a bad stomachache. _________________________________________________________________ Yesterday night, I had fever. _________________________________________________________________ What can I do for a sore throat. _________________________________________________________________ 8. My mother got a sunburn in the last weekend. _________________________________________________________________ I feel dizzy today, what can I do? _________________________________________________________________
A bag… A bag of rice A bag of candies A bag of gums A bag of chocolates A bag of potato chips
A bottle… A bottle of water A bottle of oil A bottle of medicine A bottle of soda A bottle of syrup A bottle of juice A bottle of milk
A can… A can of chili pepers A can of soda A can of tomato A can of shaving cream A can of juice A can of milk
A box… A box of chocolates A box of pills A box of shoes A box of colors A box of bandages A box of tissues
A jar… A tube… A jar of jam A jar of mayonaise A jar of honey A jar of cream A tube of cream A tube of toothpaste A tube of ointment A tube of candy
“ Modal verbs can, could, may for request” As we already know this modal verbs are use to request something. Example: May I have a bottle of aspirins? Could I have a box of chocolates, please? Can I have something for a cold? Can I have a bag of candies? Could I have something for sore eyes? May I get a can of soda, please?
“ Should for suggestions” What do you have for dry skin? You should try this lotion You should get a bottle of cream What do you have for a backache? You should buy a tube of ointment You should try this heating pad What do you suggest for sore eyes? You should get a bottle of eye drops You should try to sleep a little time
“ Containers” A box of ________ A can of ________ A package of ________ A bottle of ________ A jar of ________ A bag of ________ A tube of ________ Water Ointment Soda Gums Chocolates Chips Jam e c d a g f b
Put in order the conversation between a pharmacist and a clerk. ____5_You should try this tube of ointment is a new product. ___1__ Good morning May I help you? ___3__ Well, you should get a box of this tablets. ___6__ Good, I need two tubes of this ointment. ____11_ Your’re welcome Miss. ____9_ I think you should get these packages of tissues and also we have some boxes. ___4__ Ok, I’ll take it, and what do you have for sore muscles? __2___ Hello, what do you suggest for a stomachache? ____10_ Give me two boxes, and thanks for your help. ___7__ Anything else Miss? ___8__ Yes, my daugther needs some tissues she has a terrible cold.
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