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1. A - Yes, may I help you, sir? B - I need something for a cold. What do you _____? A - You _____ try Vitamin C tablets. A lot of people say they work. B - But do you think they work? A -They’re okay, but you really _____ drink lots of fluids and get plenty of rest. B - Nay! I’ll try theVitamin C tablets. 2. A - Can I get some help over here? B - Yes, sir. What can I do for you? A - I ’m looking for something for sore muscles. What do you ____? B - For really sore muscles, you _____ use Tiger Balm ointment. A - Does it work? B - Certainly! 3. A - Oh, my tooth aches so! B - Hmm. It looks like you _____ use a dentist about now! A - I know but all the dentist offices are closed. What _____ I try instead? B - Why _____________ you try aspirins? A - I have, but they aren’t working! What else _____ I take? B - _____ this oil of cloves. Just rub it on your gums. A -Thanks! 4. A - _____ you suggest something for my eye infection? B - You _____ try these eye drops but they probably aren’t strong enough for you. A - Oh, really? Well, what else _____ I do? B - Hmm. Why _____ you see your doctor? A - Okay. I’ll call my doctor, but what _____ I do while I’m waiting? B - You _____ always apply cool compresses to your affected eye. That’ll give you some relief. A - Okay, thanks. I’ll _____ that! 2.B Pair Work. Compare your answers with those of your partner. Do you agree with his/her choices? Suggest Try Ought to Why don’t you... Should Might Can Could
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Supplementary Exercises Page 127 3. Grammar G IVING A DVICE Both should + verb and ought to+ verb can be used to give advice, or to say what is the best or correct thing to do. A - I have chest pains, what should I do? B - You should see a doctor. C - You ought to see a doctor. If we are talking about someone’s responsibility or the law, we generally use ought to . A - Mary is out sailing in this storm. She was supposed to be back three hours ago. What should I do? B - You ought to call the Coast Guard. C - I think you should forget about it. She’s a big girl. When we ask questions or make negative statements we usually use a form of should … instead of ought to or ought not to . Both are correct. Should I call them? OR: Ought I to call them? You shouldn’t call them. OR: You ought not to call them. OR: You ought to call them.
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Supplementary Exercises Page 128 Reading 4. Plants as Alternative Medicine Some people believe that common household plants have good effects on their health. Read the short herbal descriptions below. The gel in the Aloe vera plant heals wounds, burns, and reduces the risk of infection. It is also useful as a laxative. Basil reduces stress and can be used to treat colds and reduce fever and joint pain. It also can be used to treat itching, insect bites and skin rashes. Thyme can be used to treat coughs and chest congestion. It also improves digestion and destroys intestinal parasites. Lavendar tea made from blossoms is used as an antidepressant. It is used in combination with other herbs for a remedy for depression and nervous tension and stress. It is also used as a headache remedy.
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