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ppt to revise English File Upper 1C Vocabulary

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    Doctor, doctor! Doctor, doctor! Presentation Transcript

    • DOCTOR, DOCTOR! Unit 1C
    • DOCTOR, DOCTOR
      • She’s got a cold
    • DOCTOR, DOCTOR
      • She’s sneezing
    • DOCTOR, DOCTOR
      • A vaccine
    • DOCTOR, DOCTOR
      • She’s unconscious
    • DOCTOR, DOCTOR
      • Can I have a volunteer, please?
    • DOCTOR, DOCTOR
      • A sticking plaster
    • DOCTOR, DOCTOR
      • She’s allergic to pollen
    • DOCTOR, DOCTOR
      • He’s got asthma
    • DOCTOR, DOCTOR
      • He’s got backache
    • DOCTOR, DOCTOR
      • A blister
    • DOCTOR, DOCTOR
      • A bruise
    • DOCTOR, DOCTOR
      • He’s got burnt
    • DOCTOR, DOCTOR
      • He’s got a pain in his chest
    • DOCTOR, DOCTOR
      • She’s got a cough
    • DOCTOR, DOCTOR
      • His ankle is swollen
    • DOCTOR, DOCTOR
      • He’s got diarrhoea
    • DOCTOR, DOCTOR
      • A bandage
    • DOCTOR, DOCTOR
      • She’s fainted
    • DOCTOR, DOCTOR
      • He’s got the flu
    • DOCTOR, DOCTOR
      • He has food poisoning
    • DOCTOR, DOCTOR
      • She’s had a stroke
    • DOCTOR, DOCTOR
      • She’s got a headache
    • DOCTOR, DOCTOR
      • He’s had a heart attack
    • DOCTOR, DOCTOR
      • She’s checking her blood pressure.
    • DOCTOR, DOCTOR
      • She’s got a temperature.
    • DOCTOR, DOCTOR
      • He’s giving her an injection / shot.
    • DOCTOR, DOCTOR
      • He’s feeling dizzy.
    • DOCTOR, DOCTOR
      • He’s got a rash.
    • DOCTOR, DOCTOR
      • He’s being sick.
    • DOCTOR, DOCTOR
      • She’s got a sore throat.
    • DOCTOR, DOCTOR
      • He’s sprained his finger.
    • DOCTOR, DOCTOR
      • He’s got four stitches.
    • DOCTOR, DOCTOR
      • She has a stomach-ache.
    • DOCTOR, DOCTOR
      • His finger is bleeding.