At the Chemists



Step one: Listening and repeating the phrases




Step two: Practicing English phrases with the dialogue. Once you know how to pronounce the phrases, you can mute the video and practise.


Step three: Doing the following exercise:

At the Chemist's Store

At the Chemist's Store

Gap-fill exercise

Fill in all the gaps, then press "Check" to check your answers. Use the "Hint" button to get a free letter if an answer is giving you trouble. You can also click on the "[?]" button to get a clue. Note that you will lose points if you ask for hints or clues!
Dialogue 1: 00:00 - 00:51
Buying Medicine from a Pharmacist

June: Hello there. Do you something for stomach ?
Hector: Hmmm... When did your pain ?
June: Oh, it's not . It's my granny. It just started after she lunch.
Hector: Is it in the lower ? Any idea?
June: No, sorry. I don't know .
Hector: You should've asked her. Is the pain ?
June: Can you just give me some for now. The pain is not so severe.
Hector: That's fine. Let me pack some. But if the does not stop, call the .

Dialogue 2: 00:52 - 01:23
Buying Medicine for Headache and Dizziness

June: Hello Hector. Do you have something for ?
Hector: Hi June, is your granny again?
June: No, it's me this .
Hector: Oh! when?
June: It last night.
Hector: Hmmm... I can only give you an over-the-counter killer.
June: Yes, . That's all I need.
Hector: Sure! Do see a doctor if the pain .
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