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Lesson 10 Vocab


Often A menudo
On time A tiempo
Sometimes A veces
Accident El accidente
Furthermore; besides Ademas (de)
Antibiotic El antibiotico
Hardly; scarcely Apenas
Here are the pills for your cold. Aqui estan las pastillas para el resfriado.
Like this; so Asi
Aspirin La asprinia
Enough; rather Bastante
Mouth La boca
Arm El brazo
Head La cabeza
To fall (down) Caerse
Cinnamon Canela
Almost Casi
Clinic La clinica
How do you feel? Como te sientes?
Frequently Con frecuencia
Congested Congestionado/a
Doctor's office El consultorio
Heart El corazon
How long has it been since you called him? Cuanto tiempo hace que lo llamaste?
How long have you had these symptoms? Cuanto tiempo hace que tienes estos sintomas?
Neck El cuello
Body El cuerpo
To damage; to break down Danar
To bump into; to run into Darse con
As a child De nino/a
As a child, I rarely got sick. De nino/a apenas me enfermaba.
From time to time De ves en cuando
Finger El dedo
Toe El dedo del pie
Dentist El/la dentista
Slowly Despacio
Doctor El/la doctor(a)
To hurt Doler
(Head)ache; pain El dolor (de cabeza)
Pregnant Embarazada
To get sick Enfermarse
Nurse El/la enfermero/a
To be sick Estar enfermo/a
Stomach El estomago
To sneeze Estornudar
Physical exam El examen medico
Pharmacy La farmacia
Throat La garganta
Grave; serious Grave
Flu La gripe
My throat has been hurting for two days. Hace dos dias que me duele la garganta.
It's been a half hour (since I called). Hace media hora.
Hospital El hospital
Bone El hueso
Infection La infeccion
To injure (one's foot) Lastimarse (el pie)
Dizzy; nauseated Mareado/a
My throat hurts a little. Me duele un poco la garganta.
Medication El medicamento
Medicine La medicina
Medical Medico/a
Less Menos
Honey Miel
While Mientras
A lot; many times Muchas veces
Nose La nariz
My stomach doesn't hurt. No me duele el estomago.
(Sense of) hearing; inner ear El oido
Eye El ojo
To forget Olvidar
Operation La operacion
(Outer) ear La oreja
Patient El/la paciente
Pill La pastilla
Foot El pie
Leg La pierna
Little Poco
To give an injection Poner una inyeccion
At least Por lo menos
To prohibit Prohibir
Soon Pronto
X-ray La radiografia
Quickly Rapido
Prescription La receta
To prescribe Recetar
Cold (illness) El resfriado
Knee La rodilla
To break Romper
To break (one's leg) Romperse (la pierna)
To have a tooth removed Sacar(se) un diente
Emergency room La sala de emergencia(s)
Health La salud
Healthy Saludable
Healthy Sano/a
You should take one every six hours. Se debe tomar una cada seis horas.
They say ginger tea is good for stomachaches. Se dice que el te de jengibre es bueno para el dolor de estomago.
To be allergic (to) Ser alergico/a (a)
Symptom El sintoma
I'm allergic to chili powder! Soy alergico/a al chile!
To suffer an illness Sufrir una enfermedad
To have pain Tener dolor
To have a fever Tener fiebre
Stubborn Terco
Ankle El tobillo
Every day Todos los dias
To take someone's temperature Tomar la temperatura
To sprain (one's ankle) Torcerse (el tobillo)
Cough La tos
To cough Toser
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