Expert: Medical breakthroughs

MATCHING TYPE

Choose the correct idiom to complete each sentence.
ANSWERS
  1. as fit as a fiddle
  2. taste of her own medicine
  3. threw up
  4. runs in the family
  5. kick the habit

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kick the habit runs in the family taste of her own medicine
threw up in labor as fit as a fiddle
1. My grandmother is turning ninety-six years old tomorrow and surprisingly, she’s still __________.
2. The Chief Nurse received a __________ when her staff began to treat her badly.
3. The pregnant woman __________ after eating a spoiled salad.
4. Alzheimer’s Disease _________ of my husband.
5. My uncle used to smoke everyday but he was able to _________.

MAKE A SENTENCE

Make sentences using the given idioms.

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1. taste of her/one’s own medicine
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2. threw up
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3. as fit as a fiddle
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4. kick the habit
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5. runs in the family
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EXPRESSING OPINIONS

Study and analyze the graph carefully.

READ

ANSWER

Use the following words to explain the data.

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  • indicates
  • not lesser than 20%

CONVERSATION QUESTIONS

Let’s talk. Please answer my questions. You may ask me questions too.

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1. Do you agree in this saying, “All medicines are drugs, whereas not all drugs are medicines”? Why or why not?
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2. Why should everyone know the importance and use of first aid?
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3. Do you immediately take a medicine if you suddenly feel dizzy and/or nauseous? Why or why not?
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4. If you were a scientist or a doctor, what illness would you like to cure that hasn’t been cured nor discovered a vaccine yet? Why?
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5. Do you know any recent medical breakthroughs?
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