Learn Chinese 100 sentences︱everyday language:Going to See a Doctor

Learn Chinese 100 sentences︱everyday language:Going to See a Doctor

Background:

Foreign travelers or short-term visitors who need to see a doctor probably may go to hospital according to the seriousness of their illness: outpatient service, emergency treatment or hospitalization. The outpatient departments are set up for foreign guests in the Beijing Union Medical College Hospital, the Sino-Japanese Friendship Hospital, the Dongzhimen Hospital of Chinese Medicine and the Stomatological Hospital.

Text:

mài kè:wŏ shēn tǐ bù shū fu.

麦克:我身体不舒服。

Mike:I feel very bad, doctor.

dài fu:nĭ năr bù shū fu?

大夫:你哪儿不舒服?

Doctor:What’s wrong with you?

mài kè:tóu téng, hún shēn méi jìnr, hái ké sou.

麦克:头疼,浑身没劲儿,还咳嗽。

Mike:I’ve got a headache and a cough, and my whole body feels weak.

dài fu:fā shāo bù fā shāo?

大夫:发烧不发烧?

Doctor:Do you have a fever?

mài kè:bù zhī dào, hăo xiàng bù fā shāo.

麦克:不知道,好像不发烧。

Mike:I don’t know. Maybe not.

dài fu:xiān liáng liáng tĭ wēn ba. sān shí bā dù. bă zuĭ zhāng kāi:“a”.

大夫:先量量体温吧。三十八度。把嘴张开,“啊”。

Doctor:Le me take your temperature first. 38℃. Open your mouth and say “ah”.

mài kè:dài fu, wŏ dé de shì shén me bìng?

麦克:大夫,我得的是什么病?

Mike:What’s wrong with me, doctor?

dài fu:zhòng găn mào. chī diănr yào jiù huì hăo de.

大夫:重感冒。吃点儿药就会好的。

Doctor:You’ve got a cold. Take some medicine and you’ll be all right.

New words:

1. 看病kàn bìng: to see a doctor

2. 头疼 tóu téng: headachevv

3. 浑身 hún shēn: all over, from head to foot

4. 劲儿 jìnr: strength, energy

5. 咳嗽 ké sou: to cough

6. 发烧 fā shāo: to have a fever

7. 体温 tĭ wēn: temperature

8. 嘴 zuĭ: mouth

9. 张开 zhāng kāi: to open

10. 病 bìng: disease

11. 感冒 găn mào: to catch a cold

12. 药 yào: medicine

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