Unit 3. Lesson 2

p. 109, ex. 3. George has got an earache. Mark has got a headache. Alec has got a tummy ache. Nick has got a bad back.

p. 110 ex. 4. Choose the word from the box and complete the answer.
1 — a headache; 2 — a toothache; 3 — an earache; 4 — a tummy ache.

p. 110 ex. 5. Open the brackets and put the verbs into the correct forms.
Mr. Green felt dizzy. Mr. Smith has broken his leg. Mrs. Jenkins has cut her finger. Little Bill has caught a cold. The doctor helped every patient. His nurse gave them first aid.

p. 110 ex. 6. Match the sentences to the pictures.
1 — 1; 2 — 3; 3 — 5; 4 — 4; 5 — 7 ; 6 — 6; 7 — 1; 8 — 2; 9 — 8; 10 — 11; 11 — 12; 12 — 9.

p. 111 ex. 1. 1. When you feel ill, your mother calls in a doctor.
2. The doctor gives you some medicine. In a short time you’ll get better and be in good health. You’ll be able to go back to school.
3. In a cold seasons many people catch colds. When you have a cold, you have to drink a lot of hot tea. A bad cold is called flu. When you have flu, you can give it to other people around you. So, you must stay at home.
4. — (the extra question).
5. When you have a bad tooth you go to the dentist’s office.
6. Try to keep feet. Then you’ll be in good health. You should play sports and stay outdoors every day. You should eat a lot of fruits and vegetables and other healthy food.

p. 112 ex. 1. 1 — С; 2 — Е; 3 — А; 4 — D; 5 — В.

p. 113 ex. 3. 1 — true;
2 — false (you should see your local doctor);
3 — false (specialists usually work in medical centres or in hospitals);
4 — true;
5 — false (you should buy them at the chemist’s);
6 — false (to the Accident and Emergency department of the nearest hospital);
7 — true;
8 — true;
9 — false (you have to pay at the private dentist’s office);
10 — true;
11 — false (it means to do physical exercises, be outdoors every day, eat only healthy food and get enough sleep).

p. 114 ex. 5. 1 — symptoms;
2 — look at your tongue, listen to your heart and lungs and check your temperature;
3 — specialist;
4 — examine you and prescribe some treatment, pills, tablets or other medicine;
5 — stay in bed and send for a doctor;
6 — have an accident;
7 — surgeons make operations, nurses take care of patients and doctors visit their patients at hospitals regularly;
8 — pay there, but it’s usually quick;
9 — to do physical exercises, be outdoors every day, eat only healthy food and get enough sleep;
10 — two more things for your health;

p. 114 ex. 6. A symptom; to sneeze, to cough. An illness: a sore throat, a disease. A part of the body: a tongue, lungs, a heart. Health service: a dentist, a surgeon, a nurse, treatment, to prescribe.

p. 115 ex. 8. When the doctor comes to visit me, she usually listens to my heart and lungs, checks my temperature, takes my pulse. Then she prescribes some medicines and tells me take them regularly. She also tells me how many times a day I should take pills or tablets;

p. 115 ex. 1. 1. Yes, I had.
2. I had tidied my room before my mother came.
3. I had done all my tests before the lesson was over.
4. I had read two books before I started reading this one.

p. 117 ex. 2. 1. Little Fred had broken his leg before Mark came back home.
2. Father had called in the doctor before Mark came back home.
3. Mother had gave Fred some medicine before Mark came back home.
4. Granny had cooked dinner before Mark came back home.
5. Nobody had read Fred a fairy tale before Mark came back home. 

p. 117 ex. 3. 1 — c; 2 — a; 3 — e; 4 — b; 5 — d.

p. 118 ex. 4. 1. After Kate had had her lunch she took some medicine.
2. When Jim had eaten some ice-cream he had a bad toothache.
3. Sally felt better after she had drunk a glass of warm milk.
4. Before father arrived mother had gone to the chemist’s.
5. Sam had recovered from his illness by the day of his birthday.

p. 119, ex. 7. Put the verbs in brackets into the Past Perfect Tense.
1. It was the feeling he had never felt before.
2. The woman, who had been on a diet for a year looked younger than her age.
3. After he had cut his finger, he washed it and put a plaster.
4. I felt better after I had taken a tablet of aspirin.
5. We were pleased to see Alex again. We had not seen him for a month.
6. Rose felt very tired after she had worked in the garden.

p. 121 ex. 1. 1. A: What happened to Tim? B: He had a headache.
A: How long had he had it? B: He had had it for three days.
2.    A: What happened to Jane? B: She had a cough.
A: How long had he had it? B: She had had it for two weeks.
3.    A: What happened to Adam? B: He had a cold.
A: How long had he had it? B: He had had it for a week.
4.    A: What happened to Nick? B: He had flu.
A: How long had he had it? B: He had had it for a week.
5.    A: What happened to Rosie? B: She had an earache.
A: How long had she had it? B: She had had it for a weekend.

p. 121 ex. 2. 1. I’m afraid you are not right. When you suffer from a headache you have a pain in the head.
2. I’m afraid you are not right. When you suffer from an earache have a pain in the ear.
3. I’m afraid you are not right. When you are on a diet you usually don't eat fried meat at all.
4. I’m afraid you are not right. My mum doesn’t let me eat ice-cream when I have a sore throat.
5. I’m afraid you are not right. I always stay in bed, when I seriously ill.

p. 122 ex. 3. 1. Mary had called the doctor before he came back to the patient.
2. He took some medicine after he had felt pain in his heart.
3. Bob went to the cinema after he bad visited the dentist.
4. After the doctor had examined his patient he, changed his opinion.

p. 122 ex. 4. Patient: Oh, Doctor, I feel pain in my throat.
Doctor: I see. Take off your blouse. I would like to listen to your heart and lungs.
Patient: Yes, Doctor. And I’ve got a headache.
Doctor: Have you taken your temperature?
Patient: Yes. I’ve got a high temperature.
Doctor: Don/t worry. You’ve caught a cold.
Patient: What shall I take for my cold?
Doctor: Take these medicines twice a day, drink a lot of hot tea and try to stay in bed for some days.

p. 124 ex. 1. 1 — felt;
2 — headache;
3 — doctor;
4 — flu;
5 — cold;
6 — medicine;
7 — care;
8 — fit;
9 — healthy; 

p. 124 ex. 2. One day I felt very bad. I had an awful headache, a sore throat and a high temperature. My mum called in a doctor. She Listened to my heart and lungs, looked at my throat and said that I had caught a cold. I was lucky it wasn’t flu. The doctor prescribed me some medicines and told me to take them regularly. He also told me to stay in bed for some days, to drink as much hot tea as possible. In some days I felt better and could go to school again.


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