V. Match the term and its definition
1. … a thickened portion of epidermis caused by local friction or pressure.
2. … is caused by friction and pressure from shoes. It is seem mainly on toes, over bony prominence.
3. … fungating lesions, appearing on sole of foot and is caused by Papilloma virus.
4. … the fungal infection of foot mainly induced by wearing of constricting footwear.
5. … toenails or finger nails grow inward into soft tissue around nail resulting from improper nail trimming.
6. … the inflammation of tissue surrounding nails following an injury. It is common
among diabetic patients.
7. … result of excessive perspiration promoting microorganism growth.
Plantar warts, callus, foot odour, ingrown hails, corns, athlete’s foot, paronychia.
IV. Grammar Exercises
I.Complete the sentences for situations in the present. Decide which tense you need to use
1. Ms Smith ___ (to work) as a private nurse for three years.
2. In her job, she ___ (to drive) around a lot to meet her patients all over the country.
3. Today she ____ (to travel) 500 km to meet a patient.
4. She ___(to be) surely tired now.
5. At the moment, Ms Smith ___ (to stand) in her hotel room.
6. She ___ (to arrive) just.
7. They ___ (to wait) probably for her phone call already.
II. Complete the sentences for situations in the past. Decide which tense you need to use.
1. Yesterday, a nurse ___ (to come) to our house.
2. She ___ (to want) to give an injection of painkiller to my brother who ___
(to break) his leg a few days before.
3. Before she ___ (to ring) at my door, she ___ (to look) for a parking space for about ten minutes.
4. While the nurse ___ (to give) an injection to my brother, I ___ (to watch) the news.
5. Suddenly, I ____ (to realise) that they ___ (to show) our street on TV.
6. The reporter ___ (to say) that a car ___ (to crash) into a stop sign just before reaching the crossroads.
7. While I ___ (to listen) carefully to what ___ (to happen), someone ___ (to knock) at my door.
8. I ___ (to open) the door and ___ (to see) a police officer standing there.
9. He ___ (to ask) for the nurse.
10. As it ___ (to turn) out, it ___ (to be) our nurse’s car that ___ (to roll) down the street.
11. In her haste, the nurse ___ (to forget) to set the handbrake.
III. Complete the sentences in the future. Decide which tense you need to use.
1. How long ___ she (to learn) English?
2. I promise I ___ (not to be) late.
3. At this time tomorrow, we ___ (to fly) to New York’s hospital.
4. Mr. Potts ___ (to sell) his office.
5. How far ___ we (to run) already?
6. When ___ you (to come) home?
7. Where___ you (to stay) when you’re in Dublin?
8. In half an hour, she ___ (to work) for six hours without a break.
9. What___ you (to do) about this?
10. They ___ (to wash) the dishes by now
A plentiful supply of fresh air is an important factor in the treatment of disease.
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