Hospital English conversation

In this daily English speaking practice lesson you will learn how to speak English confidently and fluently at the hospital. Your English teacher Rima teaches you some useful English phrases for fixing an appointment at the Doctor’s clinic, how to tell the doctor you are not keeping well, asking for medical prescription and much more. Practice the spoken English sentences given below to improve your English speaking skills.

इस डेली इंग्लिसग स्पीकिंग प्रैक्टिस लेसन में आप सीखेंगे कुछ इंग्लिश सेन्टेन्सेस जो आप use कर सकते हैं जब आप हॉस्पिटल मैं हो. डॉक्टर से कैसे अपॉइंटमेंट लेनी हैं. आप क्या महसूस कर रहें हैं, दवाई का प्रिस्क्रिप्शन कैसे मग्न हैं, यह सारी बातें आप सीखेंगे इस इंग्लिश लेसन में. नीचे दिए गए सेन्टेन्सेस को ध्यान से पढ़िए और प्रैक्टिस कीजिये.

I need to make an appointment with the Doctor.

I need to see the Doctor.

When is the Doctor free?

I need to renew my prescription.

Can the Doctor squeeze us in today?

I need to make an appointment with the Doctor for my sister.

I need to make an appointment for my brother.

I want to bring my child for a checkup.

The Doctor wants to see me again in two weeks’ time.

What is your patient ID number?

My patient ID is 01.

What is this appointment with the Doctor regarding?

I want to come in for a regular checkup.

Which day and time is good for you for the appointment?

When is the Doctor free?

Is the 3rd of the month okay for you?

Yes. It is fine.

How does 4 o’clock sound?

4 o’clock is good with me.

Your appointment is fixed.

Thank you.

I’m sorry, the Doctor is not taking new patients.

Are there any cancellations?

We’ll call you if there are any cancellations, we will let you know.

Hello, how are you?

I’m not feeling well.

What is the matter?

I have high fever for the past two days.

I am suffering from cold and cough.

My eyes are watering.

I have a runny nose.

I have a headache.

Ache = Pain.

I have a bad stomachache.

I have pain in my stomach.

I have a bad backache.

I have a terrible backache.

Doctor, I’m feeling giddy.

Doctor, I’m feeling dizzy.

I have sprained my leg.

I have sprained my ankle.

I have sprained my shoulder.

My hand is swollen.

There is a swelling in my hand.

I feel like vomiting.

I am feeling extremely tired.

Tired = Fatigue.

I am suffering from a lot of fatigue.

I am feeling very weak.

I have a lot of weakness.

Weak = Fragile.

I am feeling very fragile.

I am giving you medicines for three days.

Are you allergic to any medicines?

No. I am not.

You have to take your medicines, morning, afternoon, evening after meals.

When do I have to come next, Doctor?

If you don’t feel better after the medicine is over, please come back for blood test.

Thank you very much Doctor.

Get well soon.

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