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Free Vocabulary Practice_ Idioms for Health, Illness and Death

Free Vocabulary Practice_ Idioms for Health, Illness and Death

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27/05/13Free Vocabulary Practice: Idioms for Health, Illness and Deathwww.musicalenglishlessons.com/vocabulary/health.htm2/5Practice for:DickensD.H.LawrenceShakespeareetc.ContributorsFictionNon-fictionPoetryPrayersFor Budding Authors& PoetsESL/EFL/EnglishPractice for SongsFeedback ForumsCreate your ownforums to discusssubjects on thiswebsite and topractise your EnglishFunctional EnglishESL/EFL Grammar rulespracticeJokesfor fun ESL/EFLpracticeLanguage PracticeOverview of ESL/EFL/specialneeds pedagogicideas on thiswebsiteLanguage Tailoringfor differentoccasions & to avoidoffending your listener MedicalPedagogicSuggestionsCreate your ownworksheets AdditionalinstructionsPoetryESL practiceClassical
2-A gammy leg
(slang)
3-Housemaid’s knee
(Colloquial)
4-Tennis elbow
(Colloquial)
5-A slipped disc
(Colloquial)
6-An ingrowing toenail7-Farmers’ lung
(colloquial)
8-Bird fanciers’ disease
(colloquial)
9-The trots
(slang)
10-The galloping gut rots
(slang)
11-The runs
(slang)
 C-a swollen joint in the legD-a weak heartE-an upset stomachF-diarrhoiaG-loose stoolsH- pulmonary fibrosis/chroniclung diseaseI-spinal damageJ-to be lame NOT FEELING 100%
(Responses to: How are you?)
1-So ...2-As well as ...3-Could be ...4-Not as well ...5-Can’t ... A... as I would likeB... better C... can be expected (under thecircumstances)D... complain, I suppose.E... soINFECTIONS, SYMPTOMS & TREATMENTChoose which columns below can be chosen to complete the following:-1-To be infected with ......................................2-To complain of ......................................3-To have ......................................4-To undergo ......................................A
(an ailment) hayfever a virusa cold
B
surgeryan operationradio-therapychemo-therapy
C
(a contagious disease)measlesdiphtheriatyphoida virus
D
(symptoms) headachestomach achegiddinessvomiting
E
a scanan x-raya blood testan examination, an injectiona tooth filleda tooth removed
TO BE VERY ILL1-To be riddled with.................................2-To be living on borrowed.................................3-To be in decliningcancer diseasehealth
RF-MWcombinedTraditional SongsChristmasCarolsChantsCoach SongsNurseryRhymesTravelComical & serioustravel reports &rhymesVideoUsing commercialvideos to teachViolenceESL/EFLPractice IdeasReadingPracticeSubjects for DebateVocabularyListsVocabulary A varied range of lists& practiceWorksheets(ESL/EFL) for PopSongs A wide range of ESL/EFL exercisesfor commercialsongs. Many areideal for use withstudents with learningdifficultiesWritingCV examplesmonologueletter-writingcreative writingYoung Childrennurseryrhymesbedtime story
 
27/05/13Free Vocabulary Practice: Idioms for Health, Illness and Deathwww.musicalenglishlessons.com/vocabulary/health.htm3/5HumorousPublishingOpportunities A forum for buddingauthors & poets toadd their work
 .................................4-To have a degenerative.................................5-To be in a bad.................................timeway TO HAVE A SECOND CHANCE1-To be given a new ..................... of life2-To be following a new.................................<>()<>WHEN RECUPERATING AFTER AN ILLNESS1-To .......................
(=to rest after illness)
2-To take it .................................convalesceeasyleaseregime TO BE NEAR DEATH1-To be at death’s .................................2-To be near the .................................3-To be wasting .................................4-To be about to ................................. it
(slang)
5-To be about to meet one’s .................................
(idiom)
6-To be on one’s last .................................7-To be on one’s death .................................8-To be old and .................................away bedcroak decrepitdoor endlegsmaker  DYING1-To be beyond .................................2-To kick the ................................
(slang/disrespectful)
3-To meet one’s .....................................4-To pass .................................................5-To pass ..................................................6-To go to that great
(bakery)
in the ............
(railway station for railworker, bakery for a baker, etc)
away buckethelpmaker onsky AFTER DEATH 
alphabetpractice
 

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