Injured Worker - LINC 2.23

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Watch the video. Listen and repeat to improve your pronunciation.
My elbow   ·  bandage   ·  a bad bruise   ·  a bruise   ·  a lot   ·  the bone   ·  your arm   ·  your ankle   ·  the wrist   ·  some blood   ·  the pain   ·  sore   ·  an X-ray   ·  my upper arm   ·  a prescription   ·  a little  
Click and Drop: click on a word in the box above and then in the correct space. Check your answers. What is your score?
DR. RIMOUSKI: Sorry, does hurt?
MANUEL: Yeah. It's really right there.
DR. RIMOUSKI: Well, the good news is I don't think is broken.
MANUEL: It sure feels broken.
DR. RIMOUSKI: I think it's just a very bad sprain.
MANUEL: It really hurts.
DR. RIMOUSKI: I'm putting on this tight to keep the wrist from moving. That should reduce .
MANUEL: Ow.
DR. RIMOUSKI: Sorry. Now, how's that?
MANUEL: You're right. It's better.
DR. RIMOUSKI: How's your shoulder?
MANUEL: Oh, my shoulder's okay. My ankle's sore, but I think it's just . I bruised my knees, too. But it's okay.
DR. RIMOUSKI: Well, let me take a look at .
MANUEL: Okay. Get it up there ...
DR. RIMOUSKI: Yes, I think you're right. It's just .
MANUEL: Yeah, the pain is almost gone.
DR. RIMOUSKI: Did you hurt your head?
MANUEL: Well, I don't remember hurting my head.
DR. RIMOUSKI: Well, there's here. Let me take care of it.
MANUEL: Okay. Ouch, I can feel it now.
DR. RIMOUSKI: Done. How's ?
MANUEL: Well, my arm's okay. is a little sore. See?
DR. RIMOUSKI: No damage, but you will have a bruise there.
MANUEL: Well, feels fine.
DR. RIMOUSKI: Okay. I'd like to make an appointment for you to get to make sure your wrist bone is not broken.
MANUEL: Okay.
DR. RIMOUSKI: I'll write you for some pills. They'll keep the swelling down.

Vocabulary

Sprain: painful injury, twist or stretch
Swelling: getting larger
Bruise: dark colour on skin
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