I have a terrible headache Take an aspirin, Don’t worry too much
1.-I have sore eyes _______________________________________
2.- I have a backache ______________________________________3.-I have a cold ______________________________________
4.- I have an earache ______________________________________
5.- I have a stomachache ______________________________________
6.- I have a fever ______________________________________
Answer Key, Suggested answers:
1.-Use some eye drops
2.-Use some musclecream
3.-Take some pills / stay in bed /Drink a cup of hot tea
4.- go to the doctor / See a doctor
5.- Don’t eat spicy food / Take some antacid
7.-Stay in bed / Take some pills
Activity 2.- Escoge el verbo correcto para cada foto, de entre los que aparecen arriba de la foto, y decide si lo usarías en afirmativo o negativo.
Example: Turn left / Don’t turnleft
(Gira a la izquierda) (No gires a la izquierda)
CLAVE DE RESPUESTAS activity 2
Ejercicio 1 Ejercicio 2
2) Don´t buy 3) turn
3) Smile 4) Write
4) Don´t drink 5) Don´t eat
5) Turn 6) Don´t enter
6) Don´t sit 7) Don´t smoke
7) Don´t talk 8) Wash
Activity 3 .- Lee el siguiente artículo acerca delstress y contesta las preguntas de abajo. Apóyate en un diccionario o traductor en línea, si lo crees necesario
The Effects of Stress
'Stress' means pressure or tension. It is one of the most common causes of health problems in modern life. Too much stress results in physical, emotional, and mental health problems.
There are numerous physical effects of stress. Stress can affect theheart. It can increase the pulse rate, make the heart miss beats, and can cause high blood pressure. Stress can affect the respiratory system. It can lead to asthma. It can cause a person to breathe too fast, resulting in a loss of important carbon dioxide. Stress can affect the stomach. It can cause stomach aches and problems digesting food.
Emotions are also easily affected by stress. Peoplesuffering from stress often feel anxious. They may have panic attacks. They may feel tired all the time. When people are under stress, they often overreact to little problems.
Long-term stress can lead to a variety of serious mental illnesses. Depression, an extreme feeling of sadness and hopelessness, can be the result of continued and increasing stress. Alcoholism and other addictions oftendevelop as a result of overuse of alcohol or drugs to try to relieve stress. Eating disorders, such as anorexia, are sometimes caused by stress and are often made worse by stress. If stress is allowed to continue, then one's mental health is put at risk.
It is obvious that stress is a serious problem. It attacks the body. It affects the emotions. Untreated, it may eventually result in mentalillness. Stress has a great influence on the health and well-being of our bodies, our feelings, and our minds. So, reduce stress: stop your activities, relax and rest for a while.
1.- What does stress mean?
2.- How does stress affect the heart?
3.- How does stress affect the respiratory system?
4.- How does stress affect the stomach?
5.- how does stress affect emotions?
6.-What are theeffects of long term stress?
7.- What can people do to reduce stress?
PRÁCTICA 1 7 puntos.
Da consejos a estas personas.
EJEMPLO: A). I have a headache (take an aspirin)
B). You should take an aspirin.
1.- A). I have a stomachache. (drink tea)
2.- A). I have a backache. (not exercise)
3.- A). I have a toothache. (go to the dentist)