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Reading exercises for English learners interested in health. If you care about health issues but find it difficult to express your opinions and concerns in English, these pages will help you. These lessons include vocabulary, readings, quizzes, comprehension questions and discussion topics. Teachers can also use these lessons in the classroom.

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Idioms/Health Vocabulary EnglishClub

These are English idioms based on health. With sample sentences, notes, quizzes and answers. Good for ESL learners and teachers or lovers of English in general.

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Health, Food and Fitness Vocabulary Crosswords

Most players will find Crosswords 9 and 10 a little more challenging than the others. Health, Food and Fitness Crossword 1. Health, Food and Fitness Crossword 2. Health, Food and Fitness Crossword 3. Health, Food and Fitness Crossword 4. Health, Food and Fitness Crossword 5.

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Health, Food and Fitness Vocabulary Games EnglishClub

Health, Food and Fitness Vocabulary Games. Food Types Game 1. Food Types Game 2. Healthy Lifestyle Game. Physical Exercise Game 1. Physical Exercise Game 2. Martial Arts Game. The Body Game 1. The Body Game 2.

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Health, Food and Fitness Crossword 1 ESL Games EnglishClub

Free online health, food and fitness crossword number 1. Fun to play. Helps vocabulary. Ideal for learners of English. Play free online.

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Health, Food and Fitness Crossword 3 ESL Games EnglishClub

Free online health, food and fitness crossword number 3. Fun to play. Helps vocabulary. Ideal for learners of English. Play free online.

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English for Nurses English for Work EnglishClub

These pages from English for Work cover language needed by nurses and medical professionals working in an English-speaking context. Patients come in all different shapes and sizes. They also speak many different languages. …

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Reading Exercise

nutritious adj. good for your health (of food and drinks only) organic adj. grown naturally without the use of pesticides. pesticide noun. a chemical that stops insects from destroying crops. produce noun. food that comes from a farm, like fruits, vegetables, eggs, meat, etc. produce verb.

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Medical English Vocabulary English for Work EnglishClub

noun. a micro-organism, especially one that causes disease. Flowers are not allowed in the ward to avoid the risk of germs being brought in. genetic. adj. a medical condition or physical feature that is passed on in the family. The disease is part genetic and part environmental. growth. noun.

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Should free healthcare be available to everyone

Post. by alicpryl » Tue Nov 11, 2014 6:20 pm. Yes it's obvious. In my opinion each person should have free available to healthcare. Health is one of the most important things in people's life. And we shouldn't pay for basic treatment.Free available to healthcare shouldn't depends on country or social class.

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Reading Exercise

performance-enhancing adj. (of drugs) able to improve one's performance or chance of winning. pill noun. a small tablet that's swallowed, esp. one containing medicine or a drug. previous adj. having happened before; preceding. spare time noun. free time; time that hasn't been scheduled for something. stamina noun.

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Medical Specialists and Referrals in English English for Work

Medical specialists are experts in certain fields of medicine. They either treat specific parts of the body, such as the back or the brain, or they specialize in certain diseases, such as cancer. Family doctors keep a list of local specialists and can help patients choose the right specialist for …

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Reading Exercises Reading EnglishClub

These pages contain reading exercises on various topics that you can choose according to your interests. Each exercise includes a reading, pre-reading vocabulary, comprehension and vocab quizzes, and suggested questions for discussion and essay-writing. Learners can use these exercises for self-study, while teachers will also find them useful

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How to teach body parts to kids EnglishClub

Hokey Cokey (left/ right + arm and leg) One Little Finger (+ lap or any body parts you get students to place their fingers on) If You’re Happy and You Know It (hands, feet and head) The Pinocchio (left/ right + arm and leg) One Finger One Thumb (+ arm, leg and head) One Two Three Four Five Touch Your Head Along with Me (+ hands and feet) It

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Reading Exercise

1. to use examples, evidence, records, etc. to explain something. 2. to draw. logical adj. rational, reasonable or making good sense. long-term exposure phrase. close proximity to a hazard for a long time. mobile phone noun. a wireless telephone with a network connection. potential adj.

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The Vocabulary of Food Vocabulary EnglishClub

appetizer (noun): food served before the main course - For our appetizers we'll have spring rolls and fish cakes, please.. aroma (noun): a nice smell, especially from food, wine, coffee, etc. - I love the aroma of freshly-baked bread. bake (verb): to cook in an oven - Have you ever tried baking a cake?. bland (adjective): having little taste; tasteless - Most people think British food is bland.

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Medical English Vocabulary Quiz English for Work EnglishClub

You can do this quiz online or print it on paper. It's based on the medical vocabulary page in our English for Work series. 1. You shouldn't drive because this medicine might make you feel. life-threatened. light-headed. malignant. 2. The children's _______ is …

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Coronavirus COVID-19 Vocabulary 🦠 EnglishClub

droplets (noun): the spray produced when people cough or sneeze, and which can spread diseases like COVID-19 - Health care personnel wear protective clothing to guard against the disease carried in droplets when infected people sneeze or cough. epidemic (noun): occurrence of a particular disease in a large number of people in a particular area.

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Topic Vocabulary 📚 Vocabulary EnglishClub

Topic Vocabulary. Typical vocabulary used when discussing specific topics or subjects (such as sports, time, weather or computers) Test your vocab against these illustrated quizzes. Our food vocabulary section covers types of food from fruits and vegetables to fish and dairy foods.

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How To Go to a Walk-in Clinic EnglishClub

Look online or in a phonebook for the closest clinic. Use the search “ walk-in clinic ” plus the name of the city you are in. In a phonebook, look under “ doctor ” or “ medical “. Check the clinic hours. You don’t need an appointment at most clinics. You might want to bring a dictionary or a friend who can translate. If you are a

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Food and Health Vocabulary Quiz 🤔 EnglishClub

If we consume more _______ than we burn each day, we'll put on weight. 4. If your BMI is over 30, you are. 5. Obesity rates increased because food companies began selling more _______ in the 1970s. 6. Obesity is a known risk factor for heart disease, diabetes and. 7.

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Explaining Safety, Rules and Etiquette to Tourists

Please keep your seatbelts fastened at all times. I ask that you keep your hands inside the train. As a safety precaution, please stand behind the yellow line. For your own safety, we ask that you refrain from putting your arms out the window. Please do not feed the animals.

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Environment Reading Exercises EnglishClub

The Environment. Reading exercises for English learners passionate about the environment. Our Earth seen from space over the Indian sub-continent (image courtesy NASA) These lessons include readings, vocab, quizzes and comprehension questions, as well as topics for discussion and essays. If you care about our Earth, but find it hard to express

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Fitness Pill Quiz EnglishClub

Fitness Pill Comprehension Quiz. You can do this quiz online or print it on paper. It tests your understanding of the Fitness Pill reading practice text, one of a series of EnglishClub reading exercises on environmental and health issues. 1. The …

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General Sports Vocabulary Vocabulary EnglishClub

I exercise at the gym every day for fitness and good health. the condition of being physically fit and healthy. goal Jimmy got the ball, ran down the pitch, and then scored the best goal of the game. an instance of scoring in a ball game by getting the ball into a target such as between goal-posts, through a hoop, or into a net. gym / gymnasium

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Adjective + Preposition List Vocabulary EnglishClub

So when you learn a new adjective, it's a good idea to learn the preposition that goes with it, and write the "collocation" or combination down in your vocabulary notebook. Here are the most common prepositions that follow adjectives in this way: about, at, by, for, from, in, of, to, with. And here are lists of adjectives that take specific

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Help Students Water their Own Plants EnglishClub

On the other hand, the health of those who had survived from group 2 had gone downhill. This type of study is useful for those who have loved ones living in hospitals or nursing facilities, but it can also apply to language teachers or teachers of any discipline. Most teachers know that students who are active participants in their own learning

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Health Phrasal Verbs EnglishClub.com Activity Sheet (page 1/2)

B. Match the Health Phrasal Verbs from Exercise A with their correct definitions below. 1. Circulating 6. Recover from an illness 2. Become conscious again 7. Catch an illness 3. Die 8. Get bigger, due to pressure or trauma 4. Develop an illness 9. Vomit 5. …

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Would you give up eating meats …

Would you give up eating meats …? Would you give up eating meats to become a vegetarian for improving your health? I wouldn’t. Unless meats are serous problem to my health, then I have no choice. oh I thought the whole vegetarian thing was about not eating meat because of killing innocent animals. I have a mate who has not been eating any

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NLP and Lazy Language Learning EnglishClub

It is one of the many forms of communication; one of the ways in which we inform people about what is going on inside us – from ‘I am hungry’ to ‘our joint bank account is empty, and I want to know how and why.’. Language expresses at the deepest level how we are experiencing the world at a given moment; and how we experience the

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EFL Lessons on Parks EnglishClub

Students decide on the health and safety rules for a park, perhaps after looking at real examples (including over the top or silly ones). They could then go on to design signage etc telling people those rules. Things that people do in parks.

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ielts essays EnglishClub

The main reason why overall health may become worse in the industrialised nations of the West relates to modern lifestyles there. Paragraph 2 The situation in the developing world is, however, quite different and overall health is likely to improve. Conclusion My conclusion is …

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Expressions with FOR Quiz ESL Quizzes EnglishClub

EnglishClub: Learn English: ESL Quizzes: Vocabulary: Expressions by Keyword: FOR Expressions with FOR Quiz. You can do this quiz online or print it on paper. It tests comprehension of common English expressions that include the word FOR. For each question, read the sentence and choose the answer with the closest meaning to the words in italics.

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Expressions Quiz: Time 1 ESL Quizzes EnglishClub

Expressions Quiz: Time 1. You can do this quiz online or print it on paper. It tests comprehension of common English expressions used when talking about Time. Read each sentence and choose the answer with the closest meaning to the words in italics. 1. I haven't got time now, but I promise I'll do it later on. soon. later tonight.

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