I. Put the verbs into the Present Perfect Tense
1. I: to accelerate; to admit; to arrest, to drop, to follow.
2. he: to avoid; to calm; to direct; to swallow, to apply.
3. you: to excite; to gargle; to recover, to relieve, to cause.
4. they: to undergo; to deal, to put on, to give, to hear, to make, to swell, to see.
II. Change the sentence so that to use the Present Perfect Tenses according to the model
Model: -You must swallow this tablet.
-But I have already swallowed this tablet.
1. You must undergo the course of physiotherapy.
2. Jane must put on this white gown.
3. The doctor must hospitalize this patient.
4. This treatment must arrest the process of the disease.
5. This medicine must give a relief.
6. Our district doctor must see 15 out-patients.
7. The patient must gargle her throat three times a day.
8. You must apply mustard plasters to your back every other day.
9. The doctor must make his daily round of visits to the district.
10. You must follow a strict bed regime.
11. The therapeutist must listen to the patient’s heart and lungs.
III. Add some information, using the Present Perfect Tenses
Model: -You can’t come in now because ___ (the doctor, not to finish the examination).
-You can’t come in now because the doctor hasn’t finished the examination yet.
1. She can’t give this patient an injection because ___ (she, not to wash her hands).
2. You can’t take off the gown because ___ (you, not to leave the hospital).
3. He can’t be hospitalized because ___ (the doctor, not to examine him).
4. He can’t take this medicine because ___ (the doctor, not to prescribe it).
5. The patient can’t begin going in for sports because ___ (he, not to recover).
6. I can’t come into the doctor’s consulting room because ___ (I, not to take my temperature).
7. The treatment can’t help the patient because ___ (he, not to follow it).
8. The nurse can’t make my blood analysis because ___ (she, not to take some blood from my finger).
9. I can’t hand in my documents because ___ (I, not to get my certificate of health).
10. I can’t receive my certificate of health because ___ (the results of my X-ray examination not to be ready).
IV. Answer the questions
2. Have you ever examined patients?
3. Have you ever been on duty at a polyclinic?
4. Have you ever been ill with quinsy?
5. Have you ever undergone the course of physiotherapy?
6. Have you had cold rubdowns today?
7. Have you been X-rayed this year?
8. Have you ever advised anyone to use mustard plasters?
9. Have you ever gargled your throat with antiseptic mouth-wash?
10. Have you ever followed a strict bed regime?
11. Have you ever felt rotten?
V. Ask your fellow-student and let him answer
1. if he (she) has ever given a patient an injection;
2. if he (she) has ever followed a strict diet;
3. if he (she) has ever been present at examinations;
4. if he (she) has ever listened to somebody’s heart and lungs;
5. if he (she) has ever made somebody’s blood analysis;
6. if he (she) has been ill this year;
7. if he (she) has ever been hospitalized;
8. if he (she) has ever made a diagnosis;
9. if he (she) has ever examined blood under the microscope;
10. if he (she) has ever stayed in bed for some days;
11. if he (she) has ever worked as a nurse.
VI. Make the following sentences negative and interrogative
1. My brother has an appointment with our district doctor for 10 o’clock.
2. The therapeutist has already heard moist rales.
3. These patients are recovering.
4. These doctors are very experienced.
5. There are some patients in the waiting room.
6. The doctor directed the patient to the hospital.
VII. Choose the right variant
1. He ___ at this polyclinic for 10 years.
a) worked, b) works, c) has worked, d) is working;
2. She ___ mustard plasters to her back every evening.
a) has applied, b) applied, c) is applying, d) applies;
3. The nurse ___ the injection of penicillin to this patient now.
a) is giving; b) gave; c) has given; d) gives
4. The doctor ___ me on a sick-leave yesterday.
a) has put, b) put; c) puts; d) putting;
5. Doctors usually ___ patients to the hospital to arrest the process of disease.
a) admit; b) have admitted; c) admitted; d) admitting;
6. As a rule she ___ out in the open air as much as possible.
a) was ;b) to be; c) has been ;d) is
7. The district doctor ___ the patient ill with angina pectoris tomorrow.
a) is visiting; b) visits; c )has visited; d) visited;
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