Vocabulary HEALTH and ILLNESS (Lesson 22) For upper intermediate and advanced learners.

source: MrSkypelessons    2015年11月4日
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# Answer the questions:
Under what circumstances might you faint?
When do you usually feel dizzy?
Have you had any injections this year? What were they for?
Have you ever had an operation? Do you still have the scar to prove it?
When might you get a blister?
What's the most excruciating pain you have ever experienced?
What are the main causes of high blood pressure?
Have you ever needed stitches? What happened?
Have you ever lied in a hospital ward for a few days?
Would you know what to do if someone were choking?
What's the best treatment for flu? What about constipation?
How long does it usually take to get over the flu?
Have you ever had food poisoning? What symptoms did you have?
Have you ever had an arm or leg in plaster? How did it happen?

# Here is the vocabulary: 
G.P (General Practitioner)
chemist's / pharmacy
take antibiotics / painkillers
have an injection, jab, operation, anaesthetic

side effects / adverse reactions
a ward
have an arm (in plaster)

to sneeze
to cough
to vomit (be sick)
to bleed
to have diarrhoea
to sweat (perspire)
to faint
to feel dizzy
to be swollen
to sprain your wrist / ankle
to pull a muscle
to have high blood pressure
to choke
to have a seizure
have a heart attack
have a stroke
food poisoning
premature death

a rash
a blister
a bruise
an excruciating/sharp/severe pain
have a sore throat
have a stomach ache
have flu
a serious wound

critically ill
terminally ill
treat (treatment)
infection (to be infected with)

Phrasal Verbs
get over (make a full recovery)
suffer from
die of / from
pass out
throw up
break out (in a sweat)
disease breaks out
go (come) down with
stitch up

How to talk about DREAMS in English

source: Learn English with Ronnie! [engVid]   2015年11月2日
Do you remember your dreams? Do you want to control your dreams? We all dream, but each of us dreams differently. In this lesson, I'll teach you the vocabulary we use to talk about our dreams in English. You'll learn about the different types of dreams that you can have. I'll also tell you what your dreams could mean, and give you tips to have more interesting dreams. You may forget your dreams, but you won't forget this lesson!
Test your DREAM vocabulary with the quiz! http://www.engvid.com/how-to-talk-abo...