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Asking - Reporting Health

Problems & Diagnosing


Sayuri
 What’s the problem?
 Is there anything I can do with?
 How’s your feeling today?
Questions to  What makes you call me?
check patient’s  What’s troubling you?

condition  What’s the matter with you?


 What’s wrong with you?
 What seems to be bothering you?
 Doctor: what are the symptoms? What is he complaining about?
 Break : patah
 Bother : mengganggu
 Bowel movement : buang air besar (B.A.B)
 Waterworks : biang air kecil (B.A.K)
VOCABULARY  Constipation : sembelit
 Lassitude : lemas
 In a bad shape : kondisi tidak sehat
 Clammy : basah, clammy hand = tangan berkeringat
 Dribble : buang air kecil tidak lancar
 (A part of the body + ache) = a toothache
 Headache
 Stomachache
VOCABULARY  Backache

OF ILLNESSES  (A sore + part of the body ) = a sore foot


 Sore throat
 Sore arm
 Sore knee
 I have / get + kinds of physical problems

 Measles
 Flu
VOCABULARY  Cold

OF ILLNESSES  Bloody vomit


 Bad cough
 Fever

 I have / get bloody vomit


 I feel + kinds of physical problems
 Dizzy
 Sick
VOCABULARY  Cold and clammy

OF ILLNESSES  Unwell
 In bad shape

 I feel dizzy
 I experience + kinds of symptoms and physical problems
 Lassitude
VOCABULARY  Low back pain

OF ILLNESSES  Difficult breathing

 I experience low back pain


 I suffer from + kinds of certain illness
 Cancer
VOCABULARY  Constipation

OF ILLNESSES
 I suffer from constipation
 I sprained my (possessive) + joints/bones problems
 I broke/hurt my (possessive) + joints/bones problems

 Ankle
VOCABULARY  Collarbone
OF ILLNESSES  Leg
 Arm

 I sprained my leg
 I cut + my (possessive) + part of the body

 Ankle
VOCABULARY  Collarbone

OF ILLNESSES  Leg
 Arm

 I sprained my leg
Reporting:
 He/she complains about his/her + part of the body
 He/she has + a health problem
REPORTING  He/she suffers from + a health problem

DIAGNOSING Diagnosing:
 He/she may have + a disease / health problem
 He/she seems to have + a disease / health problem
Practicing “asking-reporting
Students
Activity health problems and
diagnosing”