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Everyday English Vocabulary Test 11 – Doctors’ Surgeries And Hospitals

When I go to the doctor, I tell the my name and take a seat in the room. My doctor is very busy so I have to make a (an) before I go to see him. He asks me what’s wrong with me, I tell him the of my illness, for example high temperature, difficulty in breathing, or pains, and then he will usually me. He’ll listen to my heart with his , he’ll hold my wrist to feel my , he’ll take my with his . The problem is usually something simple and he might give me a for some medicine, which I take to the . Of course, if I needed more serious , I’d have to go to hospital. There I’d be put in a bed in a (an) with 10 or 20 other people. If there were something seriously wrong with me, I might need a (an) .


 

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