3-8 “Talking About Sickness and Health”

Module 3, Unit 8

“Talking About Sickness and Health”

Base Sentences – (406-420)

406 How are you feeling today?

406 Как вы себя чувствуете сегодня?

407 I don’t feel very well this morning.

407 Я не очень хорошо себя чувствую сегодня утром.

408 I was sick yesterday, but I’m better today.

408 Я был болен вчера, но я лучше сегодня.

409 My fever is gone, but I still have a cough.

409 Моя лихорадка прошла, но я до сих пор кашель.

410 My brother has a bad headache.

410 У моего брата есть сильная головная боль.

411 Which of your arms is sore?

411 Какие из рук болит?

412 My right arm hurts. It hurts right here.

412 Моя правая рука болит. Больно прямо здесь.

413 What’s the matter with you?

413 Что случилось с вами?

414 I’ve got a pain in my back.

414 У меня есть боль в спине.

415 Which foot hurts? Is it the left one?

415 Какая нога болит? Это левая?

416 How did you break your leg?

416 Как вы ломаете ногу?

417 I slipped on the stairs and fell down. I broke my leg.

417 Я поскользнулся на лестнице и упал. Я сломал ногу.

418 Your right hand is swollen. Does it hurt?

418 Ваша правая рука опухает. Это больно?

419 It’s bleeding. You’d better go see a doctor about that cut.

419 Он истекает кровью. Вам лучше обратиться к врачу об этом разрез.

420 I hope you’ll be well soon.

420 Я надеюсь, что вы будете хорошо в ближайшее время.

Verb Study

1. hurt => [hurt, hurt], hurting, hurts

(A) My right arm hurts. (B) Does your back hurt? (C) Yesterday my right arm was hurting. (D) My head hurt last night. (E) I hurt my hand. (F) How did you hurt your hand? (G) She hurt her leg yesterday. (A) Моя правая рука болит. (B) ли к болям в спине? (C) Вчера моя правая рука болела. (D) Моя голова болела прошлой ночью. (E) я повредил руку. (F) Как ты поранил руку? (G) Она повредила ногу вчера.

2. break => [broke, broken], breaking, breaks

(A) How did you break your leg? (B) I broke my leg yesterday afternoon. (C) He breaks his leg frequently. (D) I have never broken my leg. (E) Has she ever broken her arm? (A) Как вы ломаете ногу? (B) я сломал ногу вчера днем​​. (C) Он ломает ногу часто. (D) я никогда не сломал ногу. (Е) имеет она когда-либо сломал ей руку?

3. slip => slipped, slipping, slips

(A) I slipped on the stairs. (B) Did you slip on the stairs this morning? (C) I won’t slip on the stairs. (A) я поскользнулся на лестнице. (B) Вы поскользнуться на лестнице сегодня утром? (C) Я не поскользнуться на лестнице.

4. fall down => fell down, fallen down

(A) I slipped on the stairs and fell down. (B) Did you fall down? (C) He often slips on the stairs and falls down. (D) I have slipped on the stairs and fallen down many times. (A) я поскользнулся на лестнице и упал. (B) Вы падать? (C) Он часто скользит по лестнице и падает. (D) я поскользнулся на лестнице и упал много раз.

5. hope, hope to => hoped, hoping, hopes; hoped to, hoping to, hopes to

(A) I hope you’ll be well soon. (B) He hopes you’ll be well soon. (C) I hope to go with you tomorrow. (D) He hoped to go with us today. (А) Я надеюсь, что вы будете хорошо в ближайшее время. (B) Он надеется, что вы будете хорошо в ближайшее время. (C) Я надеюсь пойти с вами завтра. (D) Он выразил надежду, чтобы пойти с нами сегодня.

6. be bleeding => is/are bleeding, was/were bleeding

(A) Your hand is bleeding. (B) My hand was bleeding last night. (C) His hand isn’t bleeding. (A) Ваша рука кровоточит. (B) Моя рука кровоточила прошлой ночью. (C) Его рука не кровоточит.

Word/Phrase Substitution Drills

1a How are you feeling today?

1b How are they feeling today?

1c How are Mr. and Mrs. Cooper feeling today?

1d How is John feeling today?

1e How is Mary feeling today?

2a I don’t feel very well this morning.

2b They don’t feel very well this morning.

2c He doesn’t feel very well this morning.

2d She doesn’t feel very well this morning.

3a I was sick yesterday, but I’m better today.

3b I was ill yesterday, but I’m better today.

4a My fever is gone, but I still have a cough.

4b My fever is gone, but I still have a sore throat.

4c My fever is gone, but I still have pains in my chest.

4d My fever is gone, but I still have a bad cold.

5a My brother has a bad headache.

5b My brother has a bad toothache.

5c My brother has a bad backache.

6a Which of your arms is sore?

6b Which of your hands is sore?

6c Which of your legs is sore?

6d Which of your feet is sore?

7a My right arm hurts. It hurts right here.

7b My right leg hurts. It hurts right here.

7c My right hand hurts. It hurts right here.

7d My right foot hurts. It hurts right here.

7e My right ear hurts. It hurts right here.

7f My right eye hurts. It hurts right here.

8a What’s the matter with you?

8b What’s the matter with him?

8c What’s the matter with her?

8d What’s the matter with them?

9a I’ve got a pain in my back.

9b I’ve got a slight pain in my back.

9c I’ve got a terrible pain in my back.

10a How did you break your leg.

10b How did you break your arm.

10c How did you break your wrist.

10d How did you break your ankle.

11a I slipped on the stairs and fell down. I broke my leg.

11b I slipped on the stairs and fell down. I broke my arm.

11c I slipped on the stairs and fell down. I broke my ankle.

11d I slipped on the stairs and fell down. I broke my wrist.

12a Your right hand is swollen. Does it hurt?

12b Your thumb is swollen. Does it hurt?

12c Your finger is swollen. Does it hurt?

12d Your toe is swollen. Does it hurt?

13a I’ve got a pain in my back.

13b I’ve got a pain in my neck.

13c I’ve got a pain in my stomach.

13d I’ve got a pain in my knee.

14a It’s bleeding. You’d better go see a doctor about that.

14b It’s bleeding. You better go see a doctor about that.

14c It’s bleeding. You ought to go see a doctor about that.

14d It’s bleeding. You should go see a doctor about that.

15a I don’t feel very well. My arm hurts .

15b I don’t feel very well. My arm aches .

16a My brother is very well.

16b My brother is very sick.

16c My brother is not well.

16d My brother is healthy.

17a I’m not feeling very well today. My head aches.

17b I’m not feeling very well today. My back aches.

17c I’m not feeling very well today. My left shoulder aches.

17d I’m not feeling very well today. My arm aches.

17e I’m not feeling very well today. My leg aches.

Reading Practice

Bobby Adams was very quiet as Dr. Smith examined him. The doctor looked at the boy’s throat, took his temperature and listened to his heart. Finally, he asked Bobby’s mother a few questions. “When did Bobby begin to feel ill?” Бобби Адамс был очень тихим, как д-р Смит обследовал его.Врач посмотрел на горле мальчика, взял его температуры и слушал его сердце. Наконец, он попросил мать Бобби несколько вопросов. “Когда Бобби начинаете чувствовать себя плохо?”

“This morning when he got up. He said he felt too sick to go to school today.” “What did he eat for breakfast?” “He had orange juice, two pieces of buttered toast, dry cereal, and milk.” “Сегодня утром, когда он встал. Он сказал, что он чувствовал себя слишком больным, чтобы идти в школу сегодня.” “Что он ест на завтрак?” “У него был апельсиновый сок, два куска тоста с маслом, сухие овсяные хлопья и молоко.”

“I see.” The doctor asked Bobby, “How do you feel now, my boy?” Bobby answered, “Terrible. I think I’m going to die.” The doctor said, “You won’t die. In fact, you’ll be fine by dinner time.” “Я вижу”.Врач спросил Бобби: “Как вы себя чувствуете сейчас, мой мальчик?” Бобби ответил: “Грозный. Я думаю, что я умру.”Врач сказал: «Ты не умрешь. На самом деле, все будет в порядке к обеду”.

“Oh, Doctor! Do you really think so?” Bobby’s mother looked very glad. Dr. Smith answered, “Mrs. Adams, your son has a sickness that is very common to boys at a time like this. It comes and goes very quickly.” Mrs. Adams said, “But I don’t understand.” “О, доктор! Вы действительно так думаете?” Мать Бобби выглядел очень рада. Д-р Смит ответил: “миссис Адамс, ваш сын имеет болезнь, которая очень часто мальчики в то время, как это. Она приходит и уходит очень быстро.” Миссис Адамс сказал: “Но я не понимаю.”

“Today,” the doctor told her, “the most important baseball game of the year is on television. If Bobby feels well enough to watch television this afternoon, and I think he does, he will be fine when the game is finished.” “Сегодня”, доктор сказал ей, “самое важное бейсбольный матч в году, на телевидении. Если Бобби чувствует себя достаточно хорошо, чтобы смотреть телевизор во второй половине дня, и я думаю, что он это сделает, он будет в порядке, когда игра закончена.”

“It’s the only cure I know for this sickness. Now, if you’ll excuse me, I must go across the street to see the Morton’s boy, Alfred. He seems to have the same thing Bobby has today.” “Это единственное лекарство я знаю, для этой болезни. Теперь, если вы меня извините, я должен идти через улицу, чтобы увидеть мальчика Мортона, Альфред. Он, кажется, то же самое Бобби имеет сегодня.”

Questions:

1. How did Dr. Smith examine Bobby?

2. What had Bobby eaten for breakfast?

3. Did the doctor think Bobby would get well?

4. How did Bobby say he felt?

5. Have you ever had a sickness like Bobby Adams?

Conversation

1. Appointment with the doctor.

NURSE: The doctor will see you in a minute, Mr. Lewis. While you’re waiting, you can answer some questions. MR. LEWIS: But, nurse, you don’t understand. I only want to see the doctor about… NURSE: I know you want to see the doctor, Mr. Lewis. And you will in just a few minutes. But first I must ask you about your health. MR. LEWIS: I’m very healthy. NURSE: You are? Then why are you here? MR. LEWIS: I want to pay the doctor for my wife’s operation last month. NURSE: You do? Why didn’t you say so? Go right in!

2. A broken left arm

MOTHER: Billy! What’s the matter? Are you hurt? BILLY: I slipped on the stairs and fell down. I think my arm is broken. MOTHER: Oh! I hope not. Which arm is it? BILLY: The left one. It hurts right here. MOTHER: Let me see. I don’t think it’s broken but we’re going to see the doctor right now. BILLY: I’m glad it wasn’t my right arm. That’s the one I need for baseball.

Word List

ankle

arm

back

backache

bad

chest

cold

cough

cut

ear

eye

fever

finger

foot, feet

hand

head

headache

healthy

ill

knee

leg

neck

pain

shoulder

sick

slight

soon

sore

stomach

swollen

throat

thumb

toe

toothache

which of

wrist

Verb Forms

ache, ached

bleed, bled

break, broke, broken

fall down, fell down, fallen down

hurt, hurt, hurt

slip, slipped, slipped

Expression

be better

feel well

had better

have got, has got

Supplementary Word List

(Conversation and Reading Practice)

baseball Baseball The American sport of baseball was borrowed from the British sport of Cricket.

common gemeinsam The common cold is worldwide.

cure gameheilen Is there a natural cure for cancer?

enough genug Do you have enough money to pay the hospital bill?

examined geprüft The doctor examined him and found nothing wrong.

game Spiel Are you going to watch the basketball game on TV?

heart Herz His heart is still strong.

important wichtig It’s important to eat right to keep fit.

operation Betrieb Doctors like to perform operations

pay zahlen I have to pay the hospital bill.,

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