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1. Vocabulary

blood pressure symptoms stomach flu
prescription medicine liquids
appetite nauseous fever

A: DOCTOR - B: PAM
[DOC] How are you feeling?
[PAM] Not so great.
[DOC] Hmm. I’m sorry to hear that. How long have you been feeling bad?
[PAM] Um, since yesterday. But I got really sick in the middle of the night.
[DOC] Well, you do have a slight fever, but that’s nothing to worry about. And your blood pressure is good. Did you eat anything unusual yesterday?
[PAM] No, I don’t think so. I had pizza for lunch, and I didn’t eat dinner.
[DOC] Well, based on the symptoms you’ve described, I think that you have a stomach flu. It’s been going around.
[PAM] Yeah, that’s what I thought.
[DOC] I’m going to write you a prescription for medicine to help your stomach and stop the diarrhea.
[DOC] Stay in bed and, uh, drink plenty of liquids. If you don’t feel better after 24 hours, I want you to call the nurse.
[DOC] And, uh, when you have an appetite again, take it easy. I’d recommend plain white rice and maybe some yoghurt.
[PAM] Okay, doctor, thanks

2. Grammar

for、have been +ing since
Frank has been working hard for two days. Oscar has been working hard since yesterday.
I’ve been waiting for the nurse for 20 minutes. I’ve been having trouble sleeping since last Friday.
Since I got home, I’ve been feeling terrible.
had..for Since
He’s had the same symptoms for three days. I’ve been drinking lots of liquids since I got sick
She’s had the flu for a week. Since I got sick, I’ve been drinking lots of liquids.
Doctor Pam
How long have you been feeling like this? I got really sick in the middle of the night.
What are your symptoms ? I have a stomachache and diarrhea.
I think that you have a stomach flu. Do I have a favor ?
I’ll write you a prescription for some medicine. What should I do?
Get rest and drink water.