Exercise 2. Read and translate text

Поселення в готель

Vocabulary

· an accomodation –розміщення (в готелі)

· arrival date –дата приїзду

· departure date –дата від’їзду

· Bed and Breakfast (BB) –проживання та сніданок

· to book a room / to make a reservation –бронювати номер

· Booked –місць нема

· to cancel a booking –відмінити бронь

· to check-in –заселитися, зареєструватися (в готелі)

· to check-out –виселитися (з готелю)

· to fill in the form –заповнити форму (анкету)

· reception –ресепшн (місце реєстрації в готелі і отримання інформації)

· hostel –хостел (недорогий готель для студентів та мандрівників)

· hotel, inn – готель

· hotel manager –менеджер готелю

· housekeeping, maid –персонал готелю, що прибирає номери

· linen, towel –постіль, рушник

· room service –обслуговування номерів (доставка їжі та інших послуг)

· view –вигляд (наприклад, вигляд на море - Sea view)

· to be located –розташовуватись

· to be situated on –знаходитись

· to be close to –бути близько до

· to serve –обслуговувати

· to stay in the hotel –залишатись в готелі

· in spite of –незважаючи на

· to be up to date –бути сучасним

Exercise 2. Read and translate text.

At the hotel

It's a well known fact that hotels nowadays play a big role. Every year more and more new hotels are opened. Sometimes it is even difficult to decide which to choose while traveling. There are luxury hotels, which seem to be expensive, b & b hotels, where you will get only breakfasts and a place to sleep, youth hostels, where you meant to serve everything yourself and many other places to stay in. Some people enjoy staying in a hotel. A lot of hotels have separate lounging, sleeping and dressing areas, bath, shower, colour TV, in-room films, Internet access, direct-dial telephone and complimentary breakfast.

Sure, on the one hand there are a lot of advantages in it. To begin with, it's convenient. You have a chance to make a telephone call and reserve any room you want in a good time. Besides, you don't need to serve yourself, everything will be done by the hotel staff, I find it wonderful. The hotel can be located in the center of the city or near the picturesque place.

But on the other hand there are still some disadvantages in staying in a hotel. First of all, the service can be poor and slowly, for this reason you can be late for a business meeting or a friends' party, I find it extremely disappointing. Second, the food can be too salty, overcooked and etc... It can be a serious problem for people with weak stomach. Third, the view from the window can be not so romantic, it can also disappoint some people, who care about the beauty around them.

Personally I'm for staying in a hotel in spite of all disadvantages. So before booking a hotel, you'd better learn some facts about it in the net or from your friends for sure. Last summer I stayed in a hotel in Turkey, everything was up to date, wonderful service, tasty food and friendly staff.

In general I am only for staying in a hotel, this will save your money, time and will be convenient.

Exercise 2. Answer the questions:

1. What do hotels nowadays? Do you like hotels?

2. Is it easy to decide which hotel to choose while traveling?

3. What are the kinds of hotels?

4. What kinds of stuff at hotel do you know?

5. Do people enjoy staying in a hotel?

6. What are the advantages of being in a hotel?

7. What are the disadvantages of being in a hotel?

8. Have you ever been in a hotel? Describe it!

Exercise 3. Read and translate dialogue.

Booking a hotel room

     
Receptionist: - Good afternoon, San Felice Hotel. May I help you?
Mrs Ryefield: - Yes. I´d like to book a room, please.
Receptionist: - Certainly. When for, madam?
Mrs Ryefield: - March the 23rd.
Receptionist: - How long will you be staying?
Mrs Ryefield: - Three nights.
Receptionist: - What kind of room would you like, madam?
Mrs Ryefield: - Er... double with bath. I´d appreciate it if you could give me a room with a view over the lake.
Receptionist: - Certainly, madam. I´ll just check what we have available. . . Yes, we have a room on the 4th floor with a really splendid view.
Mrs Ryefield: - Fine. How much is the charge per night?
Receptionist: - Would you like breakfast?
Mrs Ryefield: - No, thanks.
Receptionist: - It´s eighty four euro per night.
Mrs Ryefield: - That´s fine.
Receptionist: - Who´s the booking for, please, madam?
Mrs Ryefield: - Mr and Mrs Ryefield, that´s R-Y-E-F-I-E-L-D.
Receptionist: - Okay, let me make sure I got that: Mr and Mrs Ryefield. Double with bath for March the 23rd, 24th and 25th. Is that correct?
Mrs Ryefield: - Yes it is. Thank you.
Receptionist: - Let me give you your confirmation number. It´s: 7576385. I´ll repeat that: 7576385. Thank you for choosing San Felice Hotel and have a nice day. Goodbye.
Mrs Ryefield: - Goodbye.
 
Exercise 4. Translate the following sentences into Ukrainian: 1.We'd like to take a room with the sea view. 2. Double or single? - A double one with a shower, if possible. We've run out of rooms with showers. But I can give you one with a bath on the fourth floor. 3. The price of our hotel includes breakfast. 4.Will you fill in the registration form, please? 5. Is there a lift in the hotel? 6. Our hotel has the restaurant. Hot food is served only from 11 to 2 and 6 to 11 p.m. Music in the restaurant is from 8 to 2 p.m. 6. Can you recommend any entertainment in addition to the beach and the swimming pool?  

Vocabulary

· What hotel are we staying at? – В якому готелі ми зупинимося?

· Where is that hotel located? – Де заходиться той готель?

· to be not far from the centre of town –бути недалеко від центру міста

· to reserve a room in the … hotel – забронювати номер в готелі...

· I have a reservation – Для мене заброньований номер

· I need a room for one person/two persons – Мені потрібен одномісний/двомісний номер

· What’s the price per night? – Скільки коштує одна доба в номері?

· What floor is my room on? – На якому поверсі мій номер?

· Do I pay in advance or on departure? – Оплата вперед чи при виїзді?

· to stay for one day \ for three day \ for a week… - зупинитись на один день \ на три дні \ на тиждень

· to take things to the room – відносити речі в номер

· What can I do for you – Що я можу для вас зробити

· I’m leaving today – Я від’їжджаю сьогодні (to leave a hotel)

· to make up the bill – приготувати рахунок

· Where can I park my car? – Де я можу поставити свою машину?

· to be in a room number – бути в номері

· guest –гість

· to provide services –надавати послуги

· a drugstore –аптека

Exercise 1: Read and translate the text:

Guest Services

Hotels provide a variety of services to their guests. The most traditional is laundry (linen) service. You can have your laundry done and your clothes pressed. A big hotel will also have a restaurant, a bar and a coffee shop, a bookstore or a news-stand, a gift shop selling a variety of souvenirs, and a drugstore providing the guests with medicines and cosmetics. At a luxury hotel one can often find a beauty salon. The guests might also need the services of a car agency to be able to rent a car through the hotel. Many hotels provide a free morning paper and free drinks (cocktails) in the afternoon. Local phone calls are usually free.

Rooms in hotel have facilities like a bathroom, colour TV, direct-dial telephone. In some hotels you may ask about things like these: Room Service/Sports Room/Business Conditioning/Jacuzzi/Hair Dryer/Colour TV/Satellite TV/Fax Machine. Lots of hotels have special facilities for conventions: large and small meeting rooms and others.

The maid who does your room will also make your bed. The staff in the hotel will always help you if you don’t know your way about the town. They’ll tell you where to go and what to see. They’ll book seats for you at the theatre and do all they can to make your stay a pleasant one. If you want a guide to show you round, or an interpreter for a business interview, they’ll get you one. If you need to make copies of the document you may use a copying machine at a lounge.

STAYING AT THE HOTEL

In New York there are many hotels. You can reserve accommodation beforehand by telephone or by telegraph. You can reserve a single room, a double room or a suite. The room has all modern convenience: a private bath, a telephone, a TV-set and others. The service is usually quite good. When you enter the hall of big hotel, you can see various desks and stands: a reception desk, news, a telegraph office, etc. The clerk at the reception desk will write your surname, Christian (first) name, nationality, permanent address and your place and date of birth in the register. Then you'll get your key and the bell boy (porter) will help you with your luggage. When you are going to leave the hotel, you tell the desk clerk to get your bill ready.

Exercise 2.Answer the following questions

1. What can hotels do for the guests?

2. What modern conveniences can hotels have?

3. Why do travelers usually reserve rooms in advance?

4. Can you reserve accommodation beforehand by telephone or by telegraph?

5. What kind accommodation can you take?

6. What kind of room will you reserve if you are going to stay: a) alone; b)with your wife(husband); c)with your whole family.

7. What can you see in the hall of the hotel?

8. What can you say about the service at the hotel?

9. Who register guests at the hotel?

10. What questions must you answer to fill in a registration card?

11. Where do you have meals while you will stay at the hotel?

12.What will you ask the desk-clerk to do when you are going to leave the hotel?

13. Did you enjoy your staying at the hotel?

Обід у ресторані

Vocabulary

· in the restaurant – в ресторані

· to book a table - резервувати столика

· Do you have any free tables? - у вас є вільні столики?

· a table for (one, two), please - столик для (одного, двох), будь ласка

· I'd like to make a reservation - я хочу зарезервувати

· when for? for what time? – на коли?

· this evening at (eight, seven) ... - сьогодні вечором о (восьмій, сьомій)

· for how many people? - на скільки осіб?

· to order the meal – замовляти їжу

· to see the menu - дивитися меню

· to recommend - радити

· to be on a diet – бути на дієті

· to be allergic to ... –мати алергію на

· for starter, for the main course - на перше, на основну страву

· Would you like anything else? - чи ви хотіли би ще чогось?

· during the meal – під час їжі

· Enjoy your meal! – смачного

· still water \sparkling water – негазована, газована вода

· delicious – смачно

· this isn't what I ordered- це не те, що я замовляв

· too salty (cold) - занадто солене (холодне)

· to pay the bill - оплата рахунку

· the bill – рахунок

· to pay by card - платити кредитною карткою

· to share the bill – ділити рахунок

· tip –чайові

· take-away –“їжа на виніс”, їжа з собою

· Please wait to be seated - Будь ласка, почекайте розсадження

· Reserved– зарезервовано

Making a Reservation

A: Shogun Restaurant.
B: Hi, I would like to make a dinner reservation.
A: Of course, what evening will you be joining us on?
B: We will need the reservation for Tuesday night.
A: What time would you like the reservation for?
B: We would prefer 7:00 or 7:30.
A: How many people will you need the reservation for?
B: There will be 4 of us.
A: Fine, I can seat you at 7:00 on Tuesday, if you would kindly give me your name.
B: Thank you. The last name is Foster.
A: See you at 7:00 this Tuesday, Mr. Foster.
B: Thank you so much.

Ordering Main Course

A: Have you had enough time to look over the menu?

B: Yes, we are almost ready to order.

A: Let me remind you of the specials of the day, which are posted on the board.

B: Oh, that all sounds so good! Can we get the sauce on the side?

A: Yes, we would be happy to prepare the food to meet your special needs.

B: I was wondering if you have any vegetarian choices.

A: Yes, the roasted vegetable salad is good, and the portabella mushroom burger is also a good choice.

B: I think that I would like to order the broccoli noodles, please.

A: That is an excellent choice, and I could bring you your salads now or bring them with your dinner.

B: Please bring our salads to us now. We are hungry!

A Mistake by the Waitress

A: Here is your breakfast!
B: Thanks so much. Miss, I believe I ordered my eggs scrambled (омлет), and these are fried.
A: Sorry, your friend over there ordered fried eggs, and I gave you his by mistake.
B: Oh yeah. Here, I will just trade with him.
A: Here are your pancakes, sir.
B: But I ordered waffles!
A: I am so sorry!
B: That's OK. I will eat my eggs and bacon, and you can take my pancakes back.
A: Good, sir. I will take care of that right away.
B: Thank you so much!

Туризм як соціальне явище

Vocabulary

· majority- більшість

· to seem - здаватися (It seems that – здається, що …)

· resort- курорт

· to book tickets through th Internet, by phone – замовляти квитки через інтернет, по телефону

· straight - прямо

· a tropical beach - тропічний пляж

· to breathe - дихати

· to climb the mountains -підміматися, лізти

· curious - цікавий, допитливий

· security - безпека

· to travel for pleasure – подорожувати в задоволення

· to travel on business – подорожувати у справі

· to take pictures - фотографуватись

· to broaden one's mind - розширювати кругозір

· take part in negotiations - брати участь у переговорах

· according to - згідно

Exersice 1: Read and translate the text ”Tourism”

Twenty years ago not many people travelled abroad for their holidays. The majority of people stayed to have holidays in their country. Today the situation is different and the world seems much smaller.

It is possible to book a holiday to a seaside resort on the other side of the world. Staying at home, you can book it through the Internet or by phone. The plane takes you straight there and within some hours of leaving your country, you can be on a tropical beach, breathing a super clean air and swimming in crystal warm water of tropical sea.

We can travel by car, by train or plane, if we have got a long distance tour. Some young people prefer walking or hitch-hike travelling, when you travel, paying nearly nothing. You get new friends, lots of fun and have no idea where you will be tomorrow. If you like mountains, you could climb any mountains around the globe and there is only one obstacle. It is money. If you like travelling, you have got to have some money, because it is not a cheap hobby indeed. The economy of some countries is mainly based on tourism industry. Modern tourism has become a highly developed industry, because any human being is curious, we like leisure, visit other places. That is why tourism is so popular.

Nowadays tourism has become a highly developed business. There are trains, cars and air jet liners, buses, ships that provide us with comfortable and secure travelling.

If we travel for pleasure, by all means one would like to enjoy picturesque places they are passing through, one would like seeing the places of interest, enjoying the sightseeing of the cities, towns and countries.

Nowadays people travel not only for pleasure but also on business. People have to go to other countries for taking part in different negotiations, for signing some very important documents, for participating in different exhibitions. Travelling on business helps people to get more information about achievements of other companies, which will help making own business more successful.

There are a lot of means of travelling: travelling by ship, by plane, by car, walking. It depends on a person to decide which means of travelling one would prefer.

Exersice 2: Answer the questions:

1. Did the majority of people leave their country to spend holidays twenty years ago?
2. Can we book a holiday to a seaside resort on the other side of the world today?
3. Is it possible to book a holiday to a seaside resort on the other side of the world from home?
4. What means of travelling do you know?
5. What countries depend mainly on tourism?
6. Why is tourism so popular?
7. Where do people like going on vacation?
8. What is the most interesting means of travelling for you? Why?
9. Why do most travellers carry a camera with them?
10. What does travelling give us?
11. How does travelling on business help you?
12. What are the means of travelling?

Exersice 3:True or false

1. The majority of people stayed to have holidays in other country.

2. It is possible to book a holiday to a seaside resort on the other side of the world.

3. Staying at home, you can not book tickets.

4. Some young people prefer walking or hitch-hike travelling.

5. The economy of some countries is mainly based on culture.

6. Modern tourism has become a highly developed industry.

7. Nowadays people travel only on business.

8. People have to go to other countries for taking part in different negotiations.

9. Travelling on business helps people to get more information about achievements of other companies.

Travel agents in Berlin

Vocabulary

· an accomodation –розміщення (в готелі)

· arrival date –дата приїзду

· departure date –дата від’їзду

· Bed and Breakfast (BB) –проживання та сніданок

· to book a room / to make a reservation –бронювати номер

· Booked –місць нема

· to cancel a booking –відмінити бронь

· to check-in –заселитися, зареєструватися (в готелі)

· to check-out –виселитися (з готелю)

· to fill in the form –заповнити форму (анкету)

· reception –ресепшн (місце реєстрації в готелі і отримання інформації)

· room service –обслуговування номерів (доставка їжі та інших послуг)

· to be located –розташовуватись

· to be situated on –знаходитись

· to be close to –бути близько до

· to serve –обслуговувати

· to stay in the hotel –залишатись в готелі

· Where is that hotel located? – Де заходиться той готель?

· to be not far from the centre of town –бути недалеко від центру міста

· What’s the price per night? – Скільки коштує одна доба в номері?

· What floor is my room on? – На якому поверсі мій номер?

· Do I pay in advance or on departure? – Оплата вперед чи при виїзді?

· to stay for one day \ for three day \ for a week… - зупинитись на один день \ на три дні \ на тиждень

· to be in a room number – бути в номері

· guest –гість

· to provide services –надавати послуги

· Do you have any free tables? - у вас є вільні столики?

· a table for (one, two), please - столик для (одного, двох), будь ласка

· I'd like to make a reservation - я хочу зарезервувати

· when for? for what time? – на коли?

· this evening at (eight, seven) ... - сьогодні вечором о (восьмій, сьомій)

· for how many people? - на скільки осіб?

· to order the meal – замовляти їжу

· for starter, for the main course - на перше, на основну страву

· Would you like anything else? - чи ви хотіли би ще чогось?

· during the meal – під час їжі

· Enjoy your meal! – смачного

· too salty (cold) - занадто солене (холодне)

· to pay the bill - оплата рахунку

· the bill – рахунок

· to pay by card - платити кредитною карткою

· to share the bill – ділити рахунок

· tip –чайові

· take-away –“їжа на виніс”, їжа з собою

Заняття 15

Медична допомога

Vocabulary

· to catch a (bad) cold – підхопити (сильну) простуду

· to feel (felt, felt) – відчувати

· to have a running nose – мати насмарк

· to have a (bad) cough –сильно кашляти

· I have a sore throat –у мене болить горло

· to have a headache –мати головну біль

· to sleep (slept, slept) – спати

· to decide – вирішувати

· to examine – обстежувати

· the flu – грип

· to stay in bed for five days, for a week, etc – залишитись в ліжку протяшлм 5 днів, тижня і т.д.

· medicine – ліки, медицина

· to prescrible – виписувати

· to take some medicine –приймати ліки

· to put smb. on the sick list –видавати лікарняний лист

· honey – мед

· to treat smb –лікувати

· treatment –лікування

· recovery – одужання

· in the open air –на свіжому повітрі

· to devote more time to sport – приділяти більше часу спорту

· to get complications –мати, отримати ускладнення

Exercise 1: Read and translate the text:

VISITING A DOCTOR

Last week I caught a bad cold. I had a running nose, a bad cough and a sore throat. The temperature was 38.5. I also had a headache and couldn’t sleep. I decided to go to the clinic. The doctor examined me and said that I had the flu. He told me to stay in bed for a few days and prescribed some medicine. He put me on the sick list. When I returned home, I went to bed at once. I had some hot tea with honey and took some medicine. The treatment helped me. Soon I felt better and a few days later I recovered. My temperature became normal. When I came to the doctor, he advised me to spend a lot of time in the open air and devoted more time to sport.

THE DOCTOR VISITED ME

Four days ago I suddenly fell ill. I had a splitting headache and a terrible cough. The temperature was 38,1 (thirty-eight point one). Besides my nose was clogged up.

My mother telephoned to our doctor and she came in an hour. She examined me, tock the temperature, measured my blood pressure and said: «Nothing serious, just a flu. Keep your bad for a few days. Don’t go out or else you’ll get complications. Mustard plasters will be useful for you. »

The doctor prescribed me to gargle, and to take mixture and pills. She was wished me good luck and went away. She was very busy because it was the epidemic of flu.

Four days passed. I followed all the instructions of the doctor and was almost well.

Exercise 2: Answer the following questions:

1. You were ill last month (week), weren’t you?

2. What were the symptoms?

3. You consulted a doctor, didn’t you?

4. What did the doctor tell you to do?

5. Did you take his advice?

6. How long did you stay in bed?

7. When did you recover?

8. How do you fell now?

9. Do you spend much time in the open our?

10. Do you keep to a diet?

11. What is it necessary to do to be healthy?

12. What’s do you usually do when you have a headache?

Exercise 3: Read and translate the dialogues:

DOCTOR: What’s the matter?

PATIENT: I’m quite ill.

D.: What are your symptoms?

P.: I feel very weak and have a high temperature since yesterday.

D.: What is your temperature?

P.: Two hours ago it was 37,8.

D.: I must examine you. Your throat is inflamed. Yes, you’ve caught cold/

You have to lie down and use a gargle and some medicine.

P.: How long have I to stay in bed?

D.: I think you will recover in a few days. Don’t forget to gargle your throat as often as you can and take the medicine three times a day.

RECEPTIONIST: Doctor Brown’s office!

Mrs. SMITH: This is mrs. Smith. I’d like to make an appointment.

R.: Very well. Is it for yourself?

Mrs. S.: No, it’s for my boy. He is 10.

R.: What’s the matter with him?

Mrs. S.: He has been coughing for a week.

R.: Let him come to the therapist. I can give him an appointment for today at 16.30 or tomorrow at any time.

Mrs. S.: Thank you so much. He will come today.

Заняття 16

Діагнози та лікування

Vocabulary

· remedy/medicine -ліки, лікарські засоби

· bandage – бинт

· raspberry jam - малинове варення

· herb, herbal tea - трав`яний чай

· garlic- часник

· to gargle - полоскати горло

· ointment- мазь

· illness– хвороба

· allergy - алергія

· quinsy - ангіна

· gastritis - гастрит

· bleeding - кровотеча

· fracture - перелом

· canker- язва

· a backache - біль у спині

· аn earache - біль у вусі

· а burn - опік

· a hangover - похмілля

· to deal with– мати справу з

· to perform medical operations – робити операції

· to sneeze– чхати

· to hurt – боліти (my knee hurts \ I have a kneeache – у мене болить коліно)

Exercise 1: Read types of Doctors and the explanation of each professsion:

Pediatrician – a doctor, who deals with children and their illnesses.
Oculist – a specialist in diseases of the eye.
Therapist / therapeutist – a specialist in therapy.
Dentist – a person whose work is in filling, cleaning, taking out teeth and fitting
artificial teeth.
Surgeon – a doctor who performs medical operations.
Midwife – someone, who helps children to be born.
Cardiologist – a doctor, who specialized in heart diseases.
Psychotherapist – a doctor, trained in the treatment of mental illness
Dermatologist - a doctor, who specialized in skin diseases.
Radiologist – a specialist, who works on an X-ray machine

Exercise 2: Read and translate:

Common problems.

What’s the matter? How do you know? (the symptoms) Cause of illness
I’ve got a cold. A sore throat, sneezing, a cough a virus
I’ve got flu (more serious than a cold) symptoms for a cold + aching muscles and a temperature, e.g. 39.5 a virus
I’ve got hay fever(allergy) sneezing, runny nose, sore eyes dust
I’ve got diarrhoea. I keep going to the toilet. food, or a virus
I feel sick. I want to vomit (= be sick, to throw up) food, alcohol
I’ve got a hangover. headache, feeling sick too much alcohol

Exercise 3: a) Match two columns:

Symptoms( problems) Advice

A headache Take some aspirin
A backache Take pills
A toothache Drink hot milk with honey
A stomachache Stay in bed
An earache Have a rest
A sore throat Lie down
A fever = high temperature Drink lots of liquids
A cough See the dentist= go to the dentist
A running nose See the doctor= go to the doctor
A burn Stop smoking
A cut Put a plaster or a bandage
Eyes hurt Put a burn under cold water
Knee hurts Eat nothing for 24 hours
Tired Put some ice
A sting of a bee Keep warm

b) Match columns:

If you ‘ve got flu If you’ve got a cold If you’ve got a cough If you’ve got a burn If you’ve got a cut If you’ve got toothache If you’ve got a sore throat If you’ve cut your finger If you’ve burnt your arm If you’ve broken your leg If you’ve broken your arm you should you shouldn’t stay in bed and keep warm drink hot milk with baking soda and honey go out have X-ray take tablets and drink much water pull your tooth out put a plaster on it put a bandage on it put your finger under cold water drink hot herbal tea drink tea with raspberry jam eat onion and garlic drink tea with cranberry jam eat ice-cream and drink cold water    

Exercise 4: Write down the main symptom or symptoms for these conditions:

1 a cold: ………………………………………………………………..

2 flu:……………………………………………………………………

3 hay fever:…………………………………………………………….

4 a hangover:…………………………………………………………..

5 a gastritis:…………………………………………………………..

Exercise № 5: Read and translate the dialogue:

AT THE DOCTOR’S
Doctor: Good morning, Mr. Baker. What’s the trouble? You certainly don’t look as if there is anything wrong with you.
James: I haven’t been feeling very well for some time. I’ve lost my appetite and I don’t sleep very well. I have a bad cough and a pain in my chest, sometimes, when I breathe.
Doctor: I see. Very well. You’d better have an examination. Let me see your tongue… Yes, your stomach is a little out of order… Now your pulse… Yes, that’s all right. Now just unbutton your coat and shirt and I’ll listen to your heart and chest. Say “Ninety-nine”.
James: Ninety-nine.
Doctor: Again.
James:Ninety-nine, ninety-nine.
Doctor: Do you smoke a lot?
James: Well, rather a lot, I’m afraid; twenty or thirty cigarettes a day.
Doctor: H’m. You ought to cut that down for a time. Let me see your throat. Say “Ah!”
James: Ah! Ah!
Doctor:All right, that will do. You can put your coat on again now. Have you been losing weight?
James: No, I don’t lose or gain, at least never more than a pound or so one way or another.
Doctor: Well, there’s nothing serious the matter with you, but you’ve been working too hard and you need a real rest. I’ll give you a bottle of medicine that will help. Take a tablespoonful in water three times a day after meals. Eat plenty of plain good food, have no cigarettes and drink plenty of milk, at least a pint a day, and not much coffee; get plenty of fresh air and plenty of sleep, but, above all, don’t try to do too much. A real change of air and surroundings would be very helpful if you could manage it.
James: As a matter of fact, I’ve been invited to go and stay with some friends in their cottage in Cornwall.
Doctor: That’s just the thing. But remember, take it easy. Not too much swimming or tennis, at least for a week or two, but a good walk by the sea every day would do you a world of good. I’ll see you again when you come back, just to make sure you’re all right. Don’t worry about yourself. If that holiday in Cornwall doesn’t work wonders I’ll be very much surprised. Another month and you’ll be quite fit. Good luck.

Заняття 17

На прийомі у лікаря

Vocabulary

· to see \ to visit a doctor - відвідувати лікаря

· to have an appointment – мати призначену зустріч

· to make an appointment– назначати зустріч до лікаря

· urgent – терміновий

· medical insurance - медична страховка

· what's the problem?- у чому проблема?

· pain – біль

· I've got a pain in my back – у мене болить спина

· I need ... - мені потрібно ...

· to be pregnant –бути вагітною

· are you on any sort of medication? - ви приймаєте якісь ліки?

· where does it hurt? – де у Вас болить

· does it hurt when I press here? - чи боляче, коли я натискаю тут?

· to take blood pressure – міряти кров’яний тиск

· your temperature's light high – ваша температура трохи висока

· to give an injection – робити укол

· urine sample, blood sample – аналіз сечі, аналіз крові

· to prescribe some antibiotics- виписувати антибіотики

· to take two pills three times a day - приймайте дві таблетки три рази на день

· to cut down on - припинити щось робити

· to lose some weight - втрачати вагу

· x-ray – рентген

· a specialist – фахівець

· to follow doctor's advice– слідувати порадам лікаря

THE DOCTOR'S ADVICE

Once an old gentleman went to see a doctor. The doctor examined him and said: "Medicine won't help you. You must have a complete rest. Go to a quiet country place for a month, go to bed early, drink milk, walk a lot, and smoke just one cigar a day."

"Thank you very much," said the old gentleman, "I shall do everything you say."

A month later the gentleman came to the doctor again. "How do you do!" said the doctor, "I am very glad to see you. You look much younger."

"Oh, doctor," said the gentleman, "I feel quite well now. I had a good rest. I went to bed early, I drank a lot of milk, I walked a lot. Your advice certainly helped me. But you told me to smoke one cigar a day, and that one cigar a day almost killed me at first. It's no joke to start smoking at my age."

В аптеці

Vocabulary

· a drugstore – аптека

· cure – лікування

· insomnia– безсоння

· physician – лікар

· ointment – мазь

· to cause complications – викликати ускладнення

· germs – мікроби

· to suffer from– терпіти (про біль)

· rash– висипка

· backache - біль в спині

· to treat the patients – лікувати пацієнтів

· to prevent –запобігати

Exercise 1: Select the one word in a line which doesn't belong there:

1) fever, headache, treatment, insomnia;

2) drops, pain, hurt, ache;

3) surgeon, therapeutist, ambulance, physician;

4) examine, prescribe, consult, cough;

5) medicines, appointment, pills, ointment;

6) give injection, measure blood pressure, gargle throat, cause complications.

Exercise 2: Decide which of the following duties belongs to the chemist and which to the doctor:

A)

§ to treat the patients

§ to prescribe treatment

§ to provide non-prescription medicines

§ to give general health advice

§ to compound medicines

§ to sell pills, ointments, mixtures

§ to examine patients

§ to visit patients at home

§ to give recommendations to patients

the duties of the doctor the duties of the chemist
   
   
   
   
   

B) Read and translate:

Pharmacy is the health profession that links the science of drug action in living systems with the use of medicine in patients. The goal of pharmacy is the development and use of medicine to cure, prevent; or ease the symptoms of disease.

Pharmacists are the link between the science of pharmacy and the patient.

Pharmacists provide the physician and patients with information about the uses, effects and interactions of medicines. They also assist patients in choosing non-prescription medicines and health products and may counsel a patient to seek the advice and treatment of a physician, dentist, or other health practitioner.

Exercise 3: Bring dialogues into the order and read them and translate:

№1

§ Thanks, I’ll follow your recommendations.

§ After meals.

§ Recover soon.

§ A table spoonful three times a day.

§ How should I take this medicine?

§ May I look at your prescription? Yes, we have it. Here you are.

§ Before or after meal?

§ Excuse me, I’m looking for this medicine.

№ 2

§ Here you are. Anything else?

§ Afternoon.

§ Is Colgate toothpaste fine?

§ Thanks. That’s all.

§ What type of aspirin - the normal one or the safer-for-the-stomach one?

§ For sensitive teeth, if you please.

§ Can I help you?

§ Yes, thanks.

§ Would you like toothpaste for sensistve teeth or with whitening effect?

§ The one safer for my stomach, of course.

§ Good afternoon!

§ Yes. I would like some toothpaste and some aspirin.

№ 3

§ No, you don’t need a prescription for

Panadol. It’s like aspirin.

§ Morning. Would you like to get any

medicine?

§ Here you are.

§ Yes, we do. How about Panadol pills?

§ Excuse me, do I need a prescription to

buy this medicine?

§ Do you have medicine for fever?

§ Okey. Give me one strip, please.

§ Good morning.

Exercise 4: Read and translate the dialogue:

At the Chemist's

Chemist: Hello, can I help you?

Customer: Yes, I have a bad cold. What would you recommend me?

Chemist: Let me see, I think Gripex will do. By the way, are you sure you have cold? What do you suffer from?

Customer: You see, I have a splitting headache and a running nose.

Chemist: Is that all? Is there something you don’t pay attention to?

Customer: I guess so. I have a backache too and some discomfort in my throat.

Chemist: Have you taken your temperature today? You have to consult a doctor.

Customer: I was too busy to go to the therapeutist. My temperature yesterday was 38 and 2 degrees.

Chemist: You’ve got a high temperature, a sore throat and a backache. It must be influenza.

Customer: Influenza?

Chemist: Sure, I mean flu. You’d better stay at home and drink more fluid.

Customer: And what about medicines?

Chemist: I advise you some hot relief, Panadol pills to put the temperature down and nasal drops.

Customer: How should I take them? Are they safe for my stomack? I must say I hate pills.

Chemist: You'd better take Panadol if you hate pills. Take it three times a day after meal. Make a water solution of the hot relief and take it two times a day.

Customer: Thank you very much. I’ll follow your advice.

Chemist: You’d better call for the therapeutist to get the sick leave.

Customer: I’m sure to do so. Thank you again.

Chemist: Recover soon.

Vocabulary

· to catch a (bad) cold – підхопити (сильну) простуду

· to feel (felt, felt) – відчувати

· to have a running nose – мати насмарк

· to have a (bad) cough –сильно кашляти

· I have a sore throat –у мене болить горло

· to have a headache –мати головну біль

· to examine – обстежувати

· the flu – грип

· to stay in bed for five days, for a week, etc – залишитись в ліжку протяшлм 5 днів, тижня і т.д.

· medicine – ліки, медицина

· to prescrible – виписувати

· to take some medicine –приймати ліки

· to put smb. on the sick list –видавати лікарняний лист

· to treat smb –лікувати

· treatment –лікування

· recovery – одужання

· to get complications –мати, отримати ускладнення

· bandage – бинт

· to gargle - полоскати горло

· ointment- мазь

· illness– хвороба

· a backache - біль у спині

· аn earache - біль у вусі

· а burn - опік

· a hangover - похмілля

· to deal with– мати справу з

· to sneeze– чхати

· to hurt – боліти (my knee hurts \ I have a kneeache – у мене болить коліно)

· to see \ to visit a doctor - відвідувати лікаря

· to have an appointment – мати призначену зустріч

· to make an appointment– назначати зустріч до лікаря

· urgent – терміновий

· medical insurance - медична страховка

· to give an injection – робити укол

· to cut down on - припинити щось робити

· to lose some weight - втрачати вагу

· to follow doctor's advice– слідувати порадам лікаря

Поселення в готель

Vocabulary

· an accomodation –розміщення (в готелі)

· arrival date –дата приїзду

· departure date –дата від’їзду

· Bed and Breakfast (BB) –проживання та сніданок

· to book a room / to make a reservation –бронювати номер

· Booked –місць нема

· to cancel a booking –відмінити бронь

· to check-in –заселитися, зареєструватися (в готелі)

· to check-out –виселитися (з готелю)

· to fill in the form –заповнити форму (анкету)

· reception –ресепшн (місце реєстрації в готелі і отримання інформації)

· hostel –хостел (недорогий готель для студентів та мандрівників)

· hotel, inn – готель

· hotel manager –менеджер готелю

· housekeeping, maid –персонал готелю, що прибирає номери

· linen, towel –постіль, рушник

· room service –обслуговування номерів (доставка їжі та інших послуг)

· view –вигляд (наприклад, вигляд на море - Sea view)

· to be located –розташовуватись

· to be situated on –знаходитись

· to be close to –бути близько до

· to serve –обслуговувати

· to stay in the hotel –залишатись в готелі

· in spite of –незважаючи на

· to be up to date –бути сучасним

Exercise 2. Read and translate text.

At the hotel

It's a well known fact that hotels nowadays play a big role. Every year more and more new hotels are opened. Sometimes it is even difficult to decide which to choose while traveling. There are luxury hotels, which seem to be expensive, b & b hotels, where you will get only breakfasts and a place to sleep, youth hostels, where you meant to serve everything yourself and many other places to stay in. Some people enjoy staying in a hotel. A lot of hotels have separate lounging, sleeping and dressing areas, bath, shower, colour TV, in-room films, Internet access, direct-dial telephone and complimentary breakfast.

Sure, on the one hand there are a lot of advantages in it. To begin with, it's convenient. You have a chance to make a telephone call and reserve any room you want in a good time. Besides, you don't need to serve yourself, everything will be done by the hotel staff, I find it wonderful. The hotel can be located in the center of the city or near the picturesque place.

But on the other hand there are still some disadvantages in staying in a hotel. First of all, the service can be poor and slowly, for this reason you can be late for a business meeting or a friends' party, I find it extremely disappointing. Second, the food can be too salty, overcooked and etc... It can be a serious problem for people with weak stomach. Third, the view from the window can be not so romantic, it can also disappoint some people, who care about the beauty around them.

Personally I'm for staying in a hotel in spite of all disadvantages. So before booking a hotel, you'd better learn some facts about it in the net or from your friends for sure. Last summer I stayed in a hotel in Turkey, everything was up to date, wonderful service, tasty food and friendly staff.

In general I am only for staying in a hotel, this will save your money, time and will be convenient.

Exercise 2. Answer the questions:

1. What do hotels nowadays? Do you like hotels?

2. Is it easy to decide which hotel to choose while traveling?

3. What are the kinds of hotels?

4. What kinds of stuff at hotel do you know?

5. Do people enjoy staying in a hotel?

6. What are the advantages of being in a hotel?

7. What are the disadvantages of being in a hotel?

8. Have you ever been in a hotel? Describe it!