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Exercise 2

  1. Additional Exercise
  2. Exercise 1. Choose the necessary word and put it in the sentence.
  3. Exercise 1. Make the sentences negative.
  4. Exercise 1. Make the sentences negative.
  5. Exercise 1. Make up the dialogue.
  6. Exercise 1. Transfer the sentences from Active into Passive.
  7. Exercise 1. Transform the sentences according to the model.

Who's who in medicine

Match the people below 1-20 with the correct definitions a-t.

1 A casualty 2 A chiropodist 3 A chiropractor 4 A consultant 5 A district nurse 6 A general practitioner (GP) 7 A home help 8 A matron 9 A midwife 10 A nurse   11An optician 12 An osteopath 13 An out-patient 14 A pathologist 15 A pediatrician 16 A pharmacist 17 A physiotherapist 18 A psychiatrist 19 A specialist 20 A surgeon  

a. is a person, usually a woman, who has been trained to advise pregnant women and to help them when they are giving birth.

b. is a person who treats illness and physical problems by moving and pressing muscles and bones.

c. is a person who is trained to treat patients by giving them exercise or massage, often to help them walk again after an accident or operation.

d. is a doctor whose job is to perform operations.

e. is a person who has been injured or killed in an accident, a fire or a war.

f. is a person who tests people's eyesight and provides glasses and contact lenses.

g. is a doctor who examines a dead body to find out how the person died.

h. is a doctor who treats people suffering from mental illnesses.

i. is a person who is trained to treat and care for people's feet.

j. is a doctor trained in general medicine who treats people in a certain local area for all kinds of illnesses. He or she is usually the first doctor people go to when they are ill.

k. is a doctor who specializes in one area of medical treatment, e.g. an eye

1. is a person who is employed by the medical and social services to help people who are old or ill with their cleaning, cooking, shopping, etc.

m. is a person who treats diseases by feeling and pressing the bones, especially those of the back and neck.

n. is a person who is qualified to prepare and sell medicines.

o. is the woman in charge of the nurses in a hospital. Nowadays she is officially called a senior nursing officer.

p. is a high-ranking and very experienced hospital doctor who gives specialist advice in one particular area of medicine.

q. is a person who has to visit a hospital regularly for treatment while still living at home.

r. is a person who looks after patients in hospital.

s. is a nurse, employed by the local authority, who visits and treats people in their own homes.

t. is a doctor who specializes in treating sick children.



Specialists | Common diseases, illnesses and conditions (1)

Part II Texts for careful study | Topical Vocabulary and Exercises | Equipment and Remedies Many People Keep in Their Homes | Common diseases, illnesses and conditions (2) | Useful verbs to do with health | Other useful words to do with health | Exercise 12 | Exercise 13 | Exercise 15 | An Apple a Day Keeps a Doctor Away |

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