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JUMPSTART YOUR ENGLISH 3

JUMPSTART YOUR ENGLISH 3 Engelska för grundvux, delkurs 3 Fortsätt arbetet med engelskan! Jumpstart Your English 3 är ett modernt, komplett läromedel för grundvux, delkurs 3. Allt-i-ett-boken erbjuder eleven både intressanta texter och övningar i samma produkt. Strukturen är tydlig och det gör Med Jumpstart är det lätt att komma igång! Jumpstart Your English 3 består av: Allt-i-ett-bok

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Jordi Almeida Virginia Björkander Andrade Jessica Stevens Best.nr 47-13216-4 Tryck.nr 47-13216-4

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JUMPSTART

YOUR ENGLISH Engelska fรถr grundvux, delkurs 3 Jordi Almeida Virginia Bjรถrkander Andrade Jessica Stevens

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ISBN 978-91-47-13216-4 © 2020 Jordi Almeida, Virginia Björkander Andrade, Jessica Stevens och Liber AB rojektledning och redaktion Kirsi Terimaa Bengtsson och Maria Jones formgivare Birgitta Dahlkild bildredaktör Marie Olsson illustrationer Thomas Fröhling produktion Anna Törnqvist Göpel språkgranskning Johanna MacDonald

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Contents Everyday Life

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A Monday Morning Jump-Start 8 Don’t Pollute, Please Commute! 13 Be Patient with the Patient 19 Shopping 27 Verbs in the Present Simple Tense 33

Study Smarter, Not Harder

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Test Yourself – When and How Do You Learn the Best? 38 Learning Styles – What Type of Learner Are You? 42 Strategies to the Rescue! 49 Study Hacks – How to Maximize Your Results 54 Verbs in Past Tense 59

Travelling the English-Speaking World

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Jamaica 64 Dialogic 70 Let’s Go to Canada 76 Canada – from Vancouver to Toronto 83 There Is and There Are 90

A Blast From the Past

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Disconnected 94 Icons – What’s the Story? 100 80s Diary 107 Popular Gadgets of the 80s 112 Do, Does and Did 117

In the Kitchen

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A Home-Cooked Dinner 124 The Kitchen Olympics 130 Foods of the Future 138 Nailed It! 144 Some and Any 150

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New Country, New Start, New Job

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Moving Abroad – Arrival 156 Writing a Résumé 161 I Want That Job! 167 Interview Time 173 Prepositions 179

Your Voice

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No Way! 186 We Disagree! 191 A Voice for Change 198 Facts or Opinions? 203 Linking Words 210

Creatips

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Get Creative 214 The Power of Creativity 219 An Artist’s Way to Remember 223 Creating a Bullet Journal 230 The Present Continuous 236

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Symbols used in the book Pre-reading You do pre-reading activities when you begin a new unit and before you read and listen to a new text. Writing You practise your writing skills in different ways. Speaking You practise your English speaking skills in different ways. Reading You practise and test your reading comprehension in different ways. Listening You practise and test your listening comprehension in different ways. Vocabulary Vocabulary activities help you to practise your word comprehension and to build up your English vocabulary. Grammar You learn about grammar rules and the activities help you master grammar knowledge. Internet Activities with the Internet symbol mean that you are to search for information on the Internet.

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Everyday Life Texts in this unit: 1. A Monday Morning Jump-Start 2. Don’t Pollute, Please Commute! 3. Be Patient with the Patient 4. Shopping

In this unit you will: 1. Read and listen to texts about typical things that are part of an everyday life 2. Practise the following: - talking about what your usual Monday is like - writing about what your perfect day would be like - talking about how you travel to school or work - describing a picture - writing, reading and performing a dialogue between a doctor and a patient - talking about different medical conditions - writing and acting out shopping dialogues 3. Grammar: Verbs in the present tense

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Introduction In this unit you will read about examples of things some people do in their everyday life. What your everyday life is like, obviously depends on who you are, where you live and what you do. Have a look at the activities illustrated and discuss each activity with your classmates. Try to answer the following two questions: - Do you think it is an everyday activity? - What does your classmate think?

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A MONDAY MORNING JUMP-START Monday is the first day of the week which often means that you have to go back to school or work, after the weekend. For some of us Monday is our favourite day of the week and for others, it’s the worst! Which day of the week is your favourite day? Discuss in class and try to explain why.

Rocky Merino usually gets up early every day during the week. He loves to take it easy in the morning and he hates to be in a hurry. Today turns out to be one of those mornings he hates. Here is his story.

be in a hurry . . . . . . . . . . . . ha bråttom turns out to be . . . . . . . . . . visar sig vara

p. 9 set to go off . . . . . . . . . . . . inställd på att ringa

confused . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . förvirrad foul words . . . . . . . . . . . . . . fula ord

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A Rocky Monday The alarm on my phone normally goes off at exactly 5.30, but this Monday morning it just didn’t. It was so strange because I checked my phone and the alarm was set to go off at exactly 5.30, like it does every day of the week except Saturday and Sunday. I just could not understand why I didn’t hear the alarm go off? I still had a good chance of getting to work on time, but it meant that I had to hurry. Normally I take a long warm shower in the morning and then I eat my breakfast while I watch the morning news on my computer. Well, today I ran into the shower and confused hot water with cold. If I was a little sleepy before, my sleepiness disappeared as soon as I felt the ice-cold water on my body. Some foul words came out of my mouth as I jumped out of the shower, thinking that I didn’t have time to take a shower anyway. I rushed back to my room to put on my clothes, but I couldn’t find my underwear or my socks anywhere. That’s when I remembered that I had washed my clothes the day before and I had left my socks and underwear in the dryer. I grabbed my pants and shirt and I ran downstairs naked, hoping my neighbours wouldn’t see me through the window. I put on my clothes quickly and ran out to my car. I would have to skip breakfast this morning. Once inside the car I put the key in to start the engine, but all I could hear as I turned the key was nothing! The car refused to start. I desperately tried again and then I heard a little noise that sounded like a tired yawn, as if my car wanted to tell me: “Rocky, I’m too tired to start this morning, sorry!” I panicked because I knew I had an important meeting that morning. “Why me? Why today?” I thought to myself. I picked up my phone to call my boss and tell her that I would be late for work, but no one answered. They had probably started the meeting without me. I started jogging towards the train station as I quickly checked my phone to find out how to get to work by train or bus. I could see that I would have two stops on the train and then I would have to get on a bus that would take me to work. The train was leaving in ten minutes and

underwear . . . . . . . . . . . . . . underkläder

engine . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . motor

socks. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . strumpor

refused . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . vägrade

dryer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . torktumlare

tired yawn . . . . . . . . . . . . . . trött gäspning

skip. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . hoppa över, strunta i

two stops . . . . . . . . . . . . . . två stationer

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I started running as fast as I could to catch it. It’s strange how many thoughts a person is able to think in a very short time. While I was running I thought about what else I had to do that day, and I remembered that I had a dental appointment at 4 o’clock in the afternoon. “Oh no!” I thought to myself “I didn’t have time to brush my teeth this morning!”. I would have to go to a supermarket before going to the dentist and buy a toothbrush and some toothpaste … and maybe something to eat for dinner? Nope, I decided I was too tired to cook and that it would be better to buy some sushi or a pizza on the way home. When I arrived at the train station I almost scared the poor woman working in the ticket booth when I shouted. Rocky:

Can I pay with a credit card or do I need to pay with cash?

Attendant: A credit card is fine, but where are you going? Rocky:

I’m sorry, I need a ticket to Haven Plaza … one way! Please, please hurry the train leaves in three minutes!

Attendant: I’m sorry sir, but the train to Haven Plaza left 10 minutes

ago. Rocky:

Nooooo! How is that possible? Look, it says here on my phone that the train leaves in three … no, two minutes from platform 7.

Attendent: That’s absolutely correct sir. The train leaves at 8.10 every

Monday morning. Rocky:

Then why are you saying it left 10 minutes ago?

Attendent: Because today is Sunday, sir!

to catch it (the train) . . . . . . för att hinna med tåget

toothbrush . . . . . . . . . . . . . tandborste

is able to . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . är kapabel att

toothpaste . . . . . . . . . . . . . . tandkräm

dental appointment . . . . . . . tandläkartid

ticket booth . . . . . . . . . . . . . biljettkassa

brush . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . borsta

left 10 minutes ago . . . . . . . gick för 10 minuter sedan

the dentist . . . . . . . . . . . . . . tandläkaren

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Activities 1. Read the text A Monday Morning Jump-start and complete the answers to the questions. Write in your notebook.

1. At what time does Rocky’s alarm normally go off in the morning? The alarm … 2. What does he usually do before he eats breakfast? He normally … 3. What does he do while he eats breakfast? He … 4. What does Rocky do just before he runs out to the car? He … 5. What happens when he desperately tries to start the car again? He hears …

2. Where are they? Listen to the dialogues and write the numbers 1–6 in the correct boxes. Four places will be left over.

At a bookshop On the underground/subway In a coffee shop At a restaurant At school

On the bus At an art museum At the library At the supermarket At the cinema /movies

3. In other words! What words from the wordlist are described below? 1. An a key to start. 2. When you that you don’t do it.

is the part of the car you use something, it means

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3. A teeth.

is the tool you use to clean your

4. A pair of warm your feet are cold.

is great to wear if

5. A teeth.

is a doctor who can fix your

6. A

is where you can buy tickets.

7.

are what sometimes come out of your mouth when you’re angry.

8.

is often the first thing you put on when you get dressed.

9. Some people use a hairbrush to hair instead of a comb. 10. A clothes.

their is a machine you use to dry

4. What is your usual Monday like? Work with a classmate and talk about what an ordinary Monday is like for you. What do you do in the morning, the afternoon and in the evening? If you want, you can also ask each other questions like:

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At what time do you get up every morning? What do you do after you get up? What do you eat for breakfast? How do you get to school or work? What do you do when you get home in the evening? What do you like to have for dinner? Which do you prefer: To take a shower or to have a bath? What do you do before you go to bed? At what time do you go to bed?

5. Write a short text about what your perfect day would be like? If you want you can use the questions in Activity 4 to help you write your text. Write in your notebook.

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DON’T POLLUTE, PLEASE COMMUTE! There are many ways to get yourself to and from school or work when you live in a city. Look at the pictures of different means of transport and see what you can find.

Public transport

Bus Taking a bus is an easy way to travel both short and longer distances. Smaller towns as well as big cities have bus lines that help people travel to and from work or school. Commuting by bus costs less than taking the car and is much better for the environment.

means of transport . . . . . . . transportmedel

commuting . . . . . . . . . . . . . pendla, pendling

distances . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . avstånd

less than . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . mindre än

bus lines . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . busslinjer

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Tram On the tram you travel above ground and can look at your surroundings through the windows while you go to work. The tram runs on electricity which can cause problems if there is a power failure. If the tram runs on the street its passage can be blocked by other vehicles such as cars, buses or trucks.

Please note! Underground Br.E. Subway Am.E.

The Underground Underground trains cater for a lot of passengers and are a fast way to get from one part of the city to another. You get on and off the train via the platform; be careful not to drop anything on the tracks. Using the underground is environmentally friendly since it runs on electricity. You can see the city through the windows when the train travels above ground, but it can be quite dark when the train goes through a tunnel.

tram . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . spårvagn

blocked . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . blockerad

surroundings . . . . . . . . . . . . omgivningar

passengers. . . . . . . . . . . . . . passagerare

power failure . . . . . . . . . . . . strömavbrott

platform . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . perrong

runs on . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . här åker längs

tracks . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (tåg)spår

passage . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . här framkomlighet

environmentally friendly. . . . miljövänlig

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Ferry boat It’s a quiet and stress-free way to travel. It can take longer to travel by ferry if you are travelling longer distances, but for shorter distances, it can help you reach your destination fast and there is no need to worry about getting stuck in traffic jams.

Private transportation

Car If you choose to commute by car, you don’t have to share your space with others, unless you want to. Parking can be very costly and hard to find if you work in a city or town with limited parking space. Commuting by car is not good for the environment, but if you live far away from a bus stop or a train station, it might be the only way to get to and from work or school.

Bicycle Riding your bike to work isn’t only the cheapest and the most environmentally friendly way to travel, but you also get fresh air and exercise. It can be wet and cold, especially during the winter, and it can also be difficult if you need to carry things with you. It’s easy to park, but make sure you lock your bike properly since bikes are attractive to thieves.

ferry boat . . . . . . . . . . . . . . färja

the cheapest . . . . . . . . . . . . det billigaste

for shorter distances . . . . . . för kortare sträckor

exercise . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . träning

destination . . . . . . . . . . . . . resemål, dit du ska

during the winter . . . . . . . . . under/på vintern

traffic jams . . . . . . . . . . . . . bilköer, stopp i trafiken

properly . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ordentligt

space . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . utrymme

attractive to thieves . . . . . . . stöldbegärliga

limited parking space . . . . . . begränsat parkeringsutrymme

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Activities 1. What form of commuter transport is being described? 1. You get lots of fresh air, exercise and you don’t have to pay for parking. 2. It’s an environmentally friendly way to travel, but if there is a power failure you can get stuck in a tunnel.

3. You travel by water and don’t have to worry about traffic jams.

4. You can watch your surroundings through the windows while you travel, but a power failure can cause problems.

5. You don’t have to share your space with others, but parking can be very costly. 6. An easy way to travel both short and longer distances and it costs less than taking the car.

2. Read the descriptions and match them with words from the wordlist.

1. travelling to and from work or school

2. vehicles 3. the space between different places 4. not as much as 5. a small train that can run on tracks in the street

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6. when the electricity has gone off 7. people who travel on public transport

8. the least expensive 9. drives on 10. subway/underground trains arrive and depart from these

11. a boat that transports commuters and other passengers

12. something that is good for our planet

3. Choose one of the pictures from the text and write about what you can see in it. Do you see anything unusual or unexpected? You can use words from the wordlist to help you. Write in your notebook.

4. Listen to the following dialogues with people using different ways to commute to and from work. Write down what means of transport each person is using. Put the numbers 1–5 in the correct boxes.

ferry bus bike subway/underground car

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5. A. How do you travel to school or work? What are the pros (positive things) and cons (negative things) with travelling this way? Begin by writing a list of the pros and cons. The Useful phrases with possible pros and cons will help you.

Pros

Cons

Useful phrases lots of people few people good for the environment safe bad for the environment takes a long time

goes fast comfortable easy cheap expensive unsafe

B. When you have finished, compare your lists with a classmate’s. Answer the following questions in your discussion:

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Do you agree or disagree with each other’s lists? Do both of you use the same means of transport to school or work? Why or why not? Would you prefer to use a different way of travelling if it was possible? Explain why or why not. What are the pros and what are the cons of travelling this way?

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BE PATIENT WITH THE PATIENT Look at the words next to the body. Connect each word with the correct part of the body by drawing a line between them.

head

hip

chin

leg

jaw

knee

eye

ankle

mouth

foot

nose

Achilles’ tendon

neck

calf

throat

bottom

shoulder

armpit

collarbone

forehead

arm

toes

elbow

heel

hand fingers wrist stomach chest shin

palm (of the hand) thigh

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When should you schedule a doctor’s appointment? Is it when you need a prescription or maybe an ointment? Perhaps it’s when you’ve had a fever for more than three days, or some sort of itchy rash all over your face? Whatever the case, it could be important to go because what you think is a sprain might be a broken toe. Doctor Feliz: Good morning Mr. Sorrow! Please have a seat. Mr. Sorrow: Good morning? Huh, I don’t know if I would call it a

good morning. Doctor Feliz: Oh, I see. Are you still suffering from the stomach ache,

your nasal congestion and the flu you came to see me about last week? Mr. Sorrow: No, well maybe a little … But I’ve come to see you today

because I woke up with a terrible headache! And then when I sat up in bed it felt like my throat was on fire. Doctor Feliz: So you woke up with a headache and a sore throat and …

a doctor’s appointment . . . . ett läkarbesök, en läkartid

suffering from . . . . . . . . . . . lider av

prescription . . . . . . . . . . . . . recept ointment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . salva

nasal congestion . . . . . . . . . nästäppa, vara täppt i näsan

itchy rash . . . . . . . . . . . . . . kliande utlsag

the flu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . influensan

a sprain. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . en stukning

headache. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . huvudvärk

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stomach ache . . . . . . . . . . . magont

sore throat . . . . . . . . . . . . . halsont

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Mr. Sorrow: … and I’ve been coughing all week. Doctor Feliz: Did you check your body temperature this morning? Mr. Sorrow: No, because I couldn’t find the thermometer. I am pretty

sure I have a fever though. Doctor Feliz: Let’s have a look. Hold still for a moment. No, you don’t

have a fever. Mr. Sorrow: I don’t? Please can I see, you must have … Ouch my back! Doctor Feliz: Easy, Mr. Sorrow. Please sit down again. What’s wrong

with your back? Mr. Sorrow: Oooouch, I’ve got a terrible back pain. I can’t move! Doctor Feliz: Just breathe normally and try to relax a little bit. Mr. Sorrow: Relax? What terrible advice! Doctor Feliz: Maybe your back is tense from all the coughing. Do you

feel any pain around the ribs or the chest? Mr. Sorrow: Yes, now that you mention it. Doctor Feliz: It’s not unusual to feel some chest pain after … Mr. Sorrow: … and backpain! Doctor Feliz: … and backpain after coughing for a week, like you have.

I think you need a good rest Mr. Sorrow. Luckily you don’t seem to be coughing so much anymore. Mr. Sorrow: (He coughs) Oh, the pain is terrible! Yes, I’m still coughing! Doctor Feliz: I would recommend that you drink some ginger tea with

honey. It will work wonders. Your throat will feel much better and you will cough less. You can go to the pharmacy and buy some medicine for your cough and the headache but above all, get some rest. Mr. Sorrow: Are you not going to write me a prescription? Doctor Feliz: It’s not necessary Mr. Sorrow. Mr. Sorrow: How about taking an X-ray? Doctor Feliz: What for? Mr. Sorrow: Perhaps I have pneumonia!

thermometer . . . . . . . . . . . . termometer

coughing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (att) hosta

back pain . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ryggont

ginger tea . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ingefärate

breathe . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . andas

work wonders . . . . . . . . . . . göra underverk

the ribs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . revbenen

X-ray . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . röntgen

the chest . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . bröstkorgen

pneumonia . . . . . . . . . . . . . lunginflammation

chest pain . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ont i bröstkorgen

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Doctor Feliz: You have had enough X-rays this year Mr. Sorrow. So

unless you have a fever or the blood test you had this morning indicates anything suspicious, the answer is no. Mr. Sorrow: Please, there must be something you can do? How about

this itchy rash on my forearm? Doctor Feliz: You mean those two red spots on your forearm? Those

are the same ones you showed me a month ago when you thought you had been bitten by a mosquito and as a result infected with malaria. Mr. Sorrow: Well, maybe these spots are something else like … Doctor Feliz: Mr. Sorrow, you are a quite healthy man and you have

nothing to worry about at the moment. There’s a knock on the door. Doctor Feliz: Excuse me.

The Doctor goes to open the door. Miss Pesado: Hello Doctor! I’m here for the 2 o’clock appointment. Doctor Feliz: Hello, Miss Pesado. Yes, I’ll be with you shortly. Please

have a seat right outside the door. She closes the door. Mr. Sorrow: I saw that lady yesterday and maybe I have been infected

with whatever she has. Doctor Feliz: She is here to see me because she is pregnant. Mr. Sorrow: Oh … I’m sorry for taking up your time doctor. Doctor Feliz: You are always welcome Mr. Sorrow. Have a good day! Mr. Sorrow: Good day Doctor.

He gets up and walks towards the door but trips and falls. Mr. Sorrow: Aaaaaow! Doctor Feliz: Mr. Sorrow! Are you alright? Mr. Sorrow: Aaaaow my foot! My foot is broken! Doctor Feliz: Let me see! Oh dear, your foot is swollen. We’ll have to

put some ice on it. I think you have sprained your ankle. We’ll have to take an X-ray of your foot. Mr. Sorrow: Yes, please!

indicates . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . visar, indikerar

as a result . . . . . . . . . . . . . . som följd

suspicious . . . . . . . . . . . . . . misstänkt

shortly . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . inom kort

forearm . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . underarm

pregnant . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . gravid

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Activities 1. Find the answers to the questions in the text. Write in your notebook.

1. Why does Mr. Sorrow have a doctor’s appointment? 2. Why didn’t Mr. Sorrow check his body temperature in the morning? 3. What does the Dr. Feliz think is the reason for Mr. Sorrow’s back pain? 4. What does Dr. Feliz mean by the expression “It will work wonders!”, after recommending that Mr. Sorrow drink ginger tea with honey? 5. Why does Mr. Sorrow want to have an X-ray? 6. Do you think Dr. Feliz believed that Mr. Sorrow had malaria? 7. Why does Miss Pesado have a doctor’s appointment? 8. Why does Dr. Feliz want to put ice on Mr. Sorrow’s foot?

2. What word, or medical condition, from the wordlist is explained below? Answer by completing the sentences.

1. When your head hurts you have a 2. You have an

. to find out if your foot is

broken. 3. Sometimes coughing a lot can lead to

.

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