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    • Giving Advice Speaking and Listening
    • Giving Advice
      • First Try
      • Listen and repeat
        • Do you want to go to a movie tonight?
        • No, sorry. I can’t. I have to work tonight.
        • Could you carry this for me?
        • Sure. No problem.
    • Giving Advice
      • Just Listen – Listen to the conversations
      • Conversation 1
        • Do you want to go to a movie tonight?
        • I can’t. I have to work late tonight.
        • How about on Saturday?
        • Sure, I can go then.
    • Giving Advice
      • Just Listen – Listen to the conversations
      • Conversation 2
        • Do you want to go camping this weekend?
        • No. Sorry. I can’t. I have to go on a business trip this weekend.
        • How about next weekend?
        • Sure, I can go then.
    • Giving Advice
      • Just Listen – Listen to the conversations
      • Conversation 3
        • Can you help me?
        • Sure. What is it?
        • Could you carry this for me? I have a sore back.
        • OK. No problem.
    • Giving Advice
      • Just Listen – Listen to the conversations
      • Conversation 4
        • Mary, can you help me?
        • Sure, if I can. What is it?
        • Could you take me to the doctor’s office? I have a fever.
        • Sure, I’ll be right there.
    • Giving Advice
      • IT’S YOUR TURN!
      • Practice the conversations.
      • Then practice again.
      • Use the other words and phrases.
    • Giving Advice
      • LET’S TALK ABOUT HEALTH PROBLEMS
      • Listen as you look at the picture. Repeat the words and phrases.
      Health Problems I have… 1. a headache a toothache 2. a stomachache an earache 3. a sore back a sore shoulder 4. a cold a cough
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      • LET’S TALK ABOUT HEALTH PROBLEMS
      • Listen as you look at the picture. Repeat the words and phrases.
      Health Problems I have… 5. an infection a cut 6. a burn a broken bone (arm, wrist, finger, leg, ankle, toe) a sprain
    • Giving Advice
      • I have a headache!
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      • I have a headache!
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      • I have a toothache!
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      • I have a toothache!
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      • I have a toothache!
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      • I have a stomachache!
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      • I have a sore back!
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      • I have a sore throat!
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      • I have a sore shoulder!
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      • I have a cold!
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      • I have a cough!
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      • I have an infection!
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      • I have an infection!
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      • I have a cut!
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      • I have a burn!
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      • I have a burn!
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      • I have a broken bone!
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      • If you have any health problems, go to the hospital and see a doctor.
    • Giving Advice
      • Health care
      Cough Medicine Stomach Medicine Vitamins Aspirin Cold Medicine
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      • Health care
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      • Health care
        • Over-the-Counter (OTC) Medicine-- Medicine you can buy without a doctor's prescription.
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      • Health care
        • Prescription Medicine-- Your doctor writes a prescription that tells the pharmacist what you need. You pick up the medicine at a pharmacy.
    • Giving Advice
      • Health care
        • Before you take any kind of medicine, make sure you know:
          • What it is.
          • Why you should take it.
          • If it could make you feel sleepy or cause some other problem for you.
          • When to take it.
          • How much to take.
          • How long to take it.
    • Giving Advice
      • Health care
        • Three Safety Ideas
          • When you buy medicine, make sure no one has already opened it. At the store, check to see if the package was opened. If it was, tell a person working in the store.
          • Never take someone else's prescription medicine.
          • Keep all medicines away from children. A locked cabinet is best.
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      • Other words and phrases…
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      • Other words and phrases…
    • Giving Advice
      • Exercise
    • Giving Advice
      • Here are some adjectives!
    • Giving Advice
      • I’m sorry to hear that!
        • Work with a partner. Take turns.
          • Say: I have (a headache)
          • Answer: Oh, I’m sorry to hear that!
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    • Giving Advice Easy Listening What should they do? Number the pictures as you listen.
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      • What’s the problem? Number the pictures as you listen.
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      • Listening task:
        • Listen to the conversation. What is the doctor’s advice? What should the patient do? What shouldn’t he do? Put a check in the correct column for each action.
      Actions Should do Shouldn’t do Rest Work Take medicine Drink liquids Talk Smoke
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      • … The End…