Unformatted text preview: Language Situations At a pharmacy
K: P: K: P: K: P: K: Excuse me. Do you have cold medicine? Your symptoms? I have a headache and my throat hurts. Do you have a fever? Yes, it's about 37.3 degrees. Are you coughing? No. The customer has symptoms of 1. fever, sore throat, and coughing 2. stomachache, and diarrhea 3. headaches, and nausea P: Then I suppose this medicine's OK. Take three pills three times a day after meals. It would be a good idea for you to rest comfortably. K: P: Yes, I'm planning to be absent from school tomorrow. Take care. Cold medicine: Take 3 pills three times a day before meals Medicine for Stomachache: Take 1 pill three times a day after meals. Medicine for Headache: Take 2 pills three times a day after meals. ...
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- Fall '07
- Common cold, Headaches, cold medicine