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WORDS AND THEIR STORIES(19) - Expressions About Health

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WORDS AND THEIR STORIES - Expressions About Health
By Jill Moss1

Broadcast: Sunday, September 05, 2004

Acknowledgement: mming <jmma@mail.cmu.edu.cn>, Li Wei <liw@cnooc.com.cn>, niutao <nnttao@yahoo.com.cn>

Now, the VOA Special English program Words and Their Stories.

Many professions have their own words and expressions. This is true for the medical profession. Doctors use many technical terms that most people do not understand. But there are also expressions we use everyday to tell about a person's health. Let me explain.

Last month I was not feeling well, I was under the weather. I thought I had caught a cold. I had a runny nose, itchy eyes, a sore throat and a cough. I felt tired and ran down. I was in poor condition because I had not been getting enough rest. My body hurt all over. I also had severe head pains, a real splitting2 headache and I was running a fever. My body temperature was higher than normal.

At one point I blacked out, that's right, I was out cold. I lost consciousness3, and my friend had to bring me around. He used cold water on my face to restore my consciousness. I grew concerned that I might take a turn for the worse. I did not want to become sicker, because then surely I would be at death door.

My friend took me to the doctor. I told the doctor I thought I had come down with a cold. When the doctor saw me, she immediately wanted to run some tests. She said that medical tests would help her discover why I was sick. The doctor also asked when I had my last physical. I did not get yearly checkup. But I probably should get a medical exam by a doctor every year. Then the nurse drew my blood. She used a needle to take a small amount of blood from my arm. She sent it to a laboratory for tests. The nurse also took my temperature. She used a thermometer to measure my body temperature.

The doctor told me I had influenza4 or the flu. But she told me I would recover soon. She said I was over the worst of the disease. She told me to rest at home and to stay away from other people, because the flu can spread. It is contagious5. Thankfully, I did not have to go under the knife. I did not need an operation. Instead, I did just what the doctor ordered.

I went home, and did exactly what was needed to become healthy again. Soon I was on the mend, I was pulling through and recovering from my sickness.

Now I am back on my feet. I am physically6 healthy again, even better. The doctor has given me a clean bill of health. She says that I am one hundred percent cured, I am back to normal, and I feel great. In fact, I feel on top of the world. My friends say I now looked like a picture of health.

This VOA Special English program Words and Their Stories was written by Jill Moss. I'm Faith Lapidus

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网友 mming <jmma@mail.cmu.edu.cn> 的听写稿

WORDS AND THEIR STORIES Sunday, September 05, 2004

Many professions have their own words and expressions. This is true for the medical profession. Doctors use many technical terms that most people do not understand. But there are also expressions we use everyday to tell about a person's health. Let me explain.

Last month I was not feeling well, I was under the weather. I thought I had caught a cold. I had a runny nose, itchy eyes, a sour throat and a cough. I felt tired and ran down. I was in poor condition because I had not been getting enough rest. My body hurt all over. I also had severe head pains, a real splitting headache and I was running a fever. My body temperature was higher than normal. At one point I blacked out, that's right, I was out cold. I lost consciousness, and my friend had to bring me around. He used cold water on my face to restore my consciousness. I good concerned that I might take a turn for the worse. I did not want to become sicker, because then surely I would be at death door. My friend took me to the doctor. I told the doctor I thought I had come down with a cold. When the doctor saw me, she immediately wanted to run some tests. She said that medical tests would help her discover why I was sick. The doctor also asked when I had my last physical. I did not get yearly checkups. But I probably should get a medical exam by a doctor every year. Then the nurse drew my blood. She used a needle to take a small amount of blood from my arm. She sent it to the laboratory for tests. The nurse also took my temperature. She used a thermometer to measure my body temperature. The doctor told me I had influenza or the flu. But she told me I would recover soon. She said I was over the worst of the disease. She told me to rest at home and to stay away from other people, because the flu can spread. It is contagious. Thankfully, I did not have to go under the knife. I did not need an operation. Instead, I did just what the doctor ordered. I went home, and did exactly what was needed to become healthy again. Soon I was on the mend. I was purely7 through and recovery from my sickness. Now I am back on my feet. I am physically healthy again, even better. The doctor has given me a clean bill of health. She says that I am 100% cured, I am back to normal, and I feel great. In fact, I feel on top of the world. My friends say I now looked like a picture of health.

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网友 Li Wei <liw@cnooc.com.cn> 的听写稿

没有分段,一些不熟的习语标上了意思.

Now the VOA Special English Program, Words and their Stories.

Many professions have their own words and expressions.

This is true for the medical profession.

Doctors use many technical terms that most people do not understand.

But there are also expressions we use every day to tell about a person's health.

Let me explain.

Last month, I was not feeling well.

I was under the weather(小病,微醉).

I thought I had caught a cold.

I had a running nose(流鼻涕), itchy eyes, a sore throat(喉咙痛), and a cough.

I felt tired and ran down.

I was in poor condition, because I had not been getting enough rest.

My body hurt all over.

I also had severe head pains, a real spreading headache.

And I was running a fever.

My body temperature was higher than normal.

At one point I blacked out(暂时性昏厥).

That's right I was out cold(昏迷).

I lost consciousness.

And my friend had to bring me around(使苏醒).

He used cold water on my face to restore my consciousness.

I grow concerned that my take a turn for the worse(恶化).

I did not want to become sicker because then surely I would be at death's door.

My friend took me to the doctor.

I told the doctor I thought I had come down with a cold.

When the doctor saw me, she immediately wanted to run some tests.

She said that medical tests would help her discover why I was sick.

The doctor also asked when I had my last physical.

I do not get yearly checkups.

But I probably should get a medical exam by a doctor every year.

Then the nurse drew my blood.

She used a needle to take a small amount of blood from my arm.

She sent it to a laboratory for tests.

The nurse also took my temperature.

She used a thermometer to measure my body temperature.

The doctor told me I had influenza, or the flu.

But She told me I would recover soon.

She said I was over the worst of the disease.

She told me to rest at home and to stay away from other people, because the flu can spread.

It is contagious.

Thankfully I did not have to go under the knife(接受手术).

I did not need an operation.

Instead, I did just what the doctor ordered.

I went home and did exactly what was needed to become healthy again.

Soon I was on the mend(在好转中).

I was pouring through and recovering from my sickness.

Now I am back on my feet.

I am physically healthy again.

Even better, the doctor has giving me a clean bill of health(无传染病的健康证书).

She says that I am 100 percent cured.

I am back to normal, and I feel great.

In fact I feel on top of the world.

My friends say I now look like the picture of health.

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网友 niutao <nnttao@yahoo.com.cn> 的听写稿

Now the voa special English program words and their stories.

Many professions have their own words and expressions. This is true for the medical profession. Doctors use many technical terms that most people do not understand. But there are also expressions we use everyday to tell about a person's health. Let me explain.

Last month, I was not feeling well. I was under the weather. I thought I had caught a cold. I had a runny nose, ichy eyes, a sore throat and a cough. I felt tired and run down. I was in poor condition because I had not been getting enough rest. My body hurt all over. I also had severe head pains, a real splitting headache and I was running a fever. My body temperature was higher than normal. At one point I blacked out, that's right, I was out cold. I lost consciousness and my friend had to bring me around. He used cold water on my face to restore my consciousness. I grew concerned that I might take a churn for the worse. I did not want to became sicker because then surly I would be at death door. My friend took me to a doctor. I told the doctor I thought I had came down with a cold. When the doctor saw me she immediately wanted to run some tests. She said the medical tests would help her discover why I was sick. The doctor also asked when I had my last physical. I do not get yearly checkups. But I probably sured to get a medical exam by a doctor every year. Then the nurse drew my blood. She used a needle to take a small amount of blood from my arm. She sent it to a laboratory for tests. The nurse also took my temperature. She used a thermometer to measure my body temperature. The doctor told me I had influencer or the flue. But she told me I would recover soon. She said I was over the worst of the disease. She told me to rest at home and to stay away from other people because the flue can spread. It is contage us. Thankfully I did not have to go under the knife. I did not need an operation. Instead I did just what the doctor ordered. I went home and did exactly what is needed to become healthy again. Soon I was on the mend, I was pulling through and recovering from my sickness. Now I am back on my feet, I am physically healthy again. Even better the doctor has given me a clean bill a health. She said I am one hundred percent cured. I am back to normal and I feel great. In fact I feel I'm on top of the world. My friends say I now look like the picture of health.

This voa special English program words and their stories was written by Gill Marks


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1 moss X6QzA     
n.苔,藓,地衣
参考例句:
  • Moss grows on a rock.苔藓生在石头上。
  • He was found asleep on a pillow of leaves and moss.有人看见他枕着树叶和苔藓睡着了。
2 splitting 63e738be2e9bce2bc553099a8881cfbd     
爆裂式的
参考例句:
  • the splitting of the atom 原子的分裂
  • We heard an ear-splitting scream from the terrified girl. 我们听见那个受惊的女孩发出一声刺耳的尖叫声。
3 consciousness vYlyL     
n.意识,觉悟,知觉
参考例句:
  • The experience helped to change her social consciousness.这种经验有助于改变她的社会意识。
  • He lost consciousness at the first whiff of ether.他一嗅到乙醚便失去了知觉。
4 influenza J4NyD     
n.流行性感冒,流感
参考例句:
  • They took steps to prevent the spread of influenza.他们采取措施
  • Influenza is an infectious disease.流感是一种传染病。
5 contagious TZ0yl     
adj.传染性的,有感染力的
参考例句:
  • It's a highly contagious infection.这种病极易传染。
  • He's got a contagious laugh.他的笑富有感染力。
6 physically iNix5     
adj.物质上,体格上,身体上,按自然规律
参考例句:
  • He was out of sorts physically,as well as disordered mentally.他浑身不舒服,心绪也很乱。
  • Every time I think about it I feel physically sick.一想起那件事我就感到极恶心。
7 purely 8Sqxf     
adv.纯粹地,完全地
参考例句:
  • I helped him purely and simply out of friendship.我帮他纯粹是出于友情。
  • This disproves the theory that children are purely imitative.这证明认为儿童只会单纯地模仿的理论是站不住脚的。
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