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In Module 5, you will

  1. Practice common idioms in describing feelings
  2. Compare, contrast and summarise changes in patient condition
  3. Give important but basic explanations and instructions
  4. Learn and practice shorter grammar forms when giving information and instructions

Vocabulary overview:

  • symptoms
  • clinical signs
  • activities of daily life

Grammar overview:

  • phrasal verbs
  • collocations
  • idioms
  • adjectives and adverbs
  • relative pronouns and clause

FLUENCY with important speaking patterns

Speaking aloud common word groups (sometimes called collocations) helps you speak more smoothly and naturally.

In this module, these groups of words (collocations) are underlined. Examples of common collocations:

  • flare up of allergies (or symptoms)
  • find out information (about something)
  • get over the ‘flu (an illness)

English speakers tie words together so the end of one word runs into the start of the next.

Examples of tying sounds together:

  • flare up of = fla’rupof
  • find out = fin’dout
  • get over = ge’tover

Practice saying word groups aloud, running them together until they flow as one expression

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