Picking Up Prescriptions - LINC 2.24

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Watch the video. Listen and repeat to improve your pronunciation.
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PHARMACIST: Mr. Amador?
MR. AMADOR: Yes.
PHARMACIST: Okay, here's your prescription. Now, take 5 ml (five millilitres) and 5 ml (five millilitres) , until it's all gone.
MR. AMADOR: When will it start to work?
PHARMACIST: Soon. , your ear will feel much better.
MR. AMADOR: So that's 5 ml (five millilitres) , morning and night? That's , at eight o'clock in the morning and ?
PHARMACIST: That's right. It should take you to finish the medicine.
MR. AMADOR: Ahh! Thanks a lot.
PHARMACIST: No problem.
JAN: Hello. I'm Jan Michesku. I called this morning.
PHARMACIST: Yes, Mr. Michesku. Your prescriptions are right here. They've been ready for an hour.
JAN: Good.
PHARMACIST: Now, take these pills . That's .
JAN: I usually take them in the morning, three , and one —about ten or eleven at night.
PHARMACIST: That's fine.
JAN: When do I take the other pills?
PHARMACIST: You can take these you feel a pain.
JAN: Well, it's almost lunch time. Is it okay if I take one ?
PHARMACIST: It's better if you wait till after lunch, .
JAN: Why is that?
PHARMACIST: The pills may upset your stomach if it's empty.
JAN: Oh, okay. I'll wait till after lunch. I'll take one about one o'clock . Well, thanks very much for your help.
PHARMACIST: You're welcome.
This exercise has been made using a free generator and script at Random Idea English Video courtesy TRU University - Open Learning Division


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