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ESL 167: A Hole in Her Ear (2)


ESL 167: A Hole in Her Ear (2)


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Two days later, Cassandra was still feeling uncomfortable. The whooshing sound was constant, and she still felt dizzy and nauseous occasionally. Travis had already made an appointment with Dr. Schwartz for Wednesday. On Wednesday, Dr. Schwartz walked into the examining room in his shorts and sneakers; he was semi-retired. Travis told Dr. Schwartz what had happened. Dr. Schwartz listened, and then looked in Cassandra's ears.

Yep, he said, her left eardrum was punctured. Travis felt like killing himself. "How could this happen?" he asked. "I've had lots of girlfriends. They blew in my ears, and I blew in their ears. This never happened before." Dr. Schwartz said that it was unusual, but that it did happen from time to time. What could be done, they both asked the doctor at almost the same time.

He told them that they had two choices: surgery, or waiting. The surgery would cost about $2,000. Waiting would cost nothing. He suggested that, if Cassandra could bear the discomfort—she must keep that ear dry at all times—for about two months, the eardrum should heal itself. Surgery, he said, might be advisable after two months, but he wouldn't recommend it now. He could prescribe her some medication to ease her discomfort. They agreed to wait. They thanked Dr. Schwartz, and Travis drove Cassandra to Rite-Aid to pick up the medication. He apologized to her again. She said that they must pray every night for her eardrum to heal.

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*Vocabulary:

• advisable:
• bear:
• constant:
• discomfort:
• dizzy:
• eardrum:
• ease:
• heal:
• medication:
• nauseous:
• occasionally:
• pray:
• prescribe:
• puncture:
• recommend:
• shorts:
• sneakers:
• surgery:
• uncomfortable:

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*Yes/No Questions:

• Was she feeling okay two days later?

• Was she still feeling dizzy and nauseous?

• Had he already made an appointment with the doctor?

• Was the doctor wearing a business suit?

• Was her right eardrum punctured?

• Did he feel like killing himself?

• Did the doctor say that it happened all the time?

• Did they ask him what could be done?

• Did he tell them that they had two choices?

• Would both choices cost money?

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*Fill in blanks:

Two days later, Cassandra was still feeling uncomfortable. _____ whooshing sound was constant, and she still felt _____ and nauseous occasionally. Travis had already made an _____ with Dr. Schwartz for Wednesday. On Wednesday, Dr. _____ walked into the examining room in his shorts _____ sneakers; he was semi-retired. Travis told Dr. Schwartz _____ had happened. Dr. Schwartz listened, and then looked _____ Cassandra’s ears.

Yep, he said, her left eardrum _____ punctured. Travis felt like killing himself. “How could _____ happen?” he asked. “I’ve had lots of girlfriends. _____ blew in my ears, and I blew in _____ ears. This never happened before.” Dr. Schwartz said_____ it was unusual, but that it did happen _____ time to time. What could be done, they _____ asked the doctor at almost the same time.

_____ told them that they had two choices: surgery, _____ waiting. The surgery would cost about $2,000. Waiting _____ cost nothing. He suggested that, if Cassandra could _____ the discomfort—she must keep that ear dry at _____ times—for about two months, the eardrum should heal _____ . Surgery, he said, might be advisable after two _____ , but he wouldn’t recommend it now. He could_____ her some medication to ease her discomfort. They _____ to wait. They thanked Dr. Schwartz, and Travis _____ Cassandra to Rite-Aid to pick up the medication. _____ apologized to her again. She said that they _____ pray every night for her eardrum to heal.
_____

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*Translate into Vietnamese:

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ESL 167: A Hole in Her Ear (2)

*Vocabulary:


• advisable: khuyên
• bear: chịu đựng
• constant: không đổi
• discomfort: khó chịu
• dizzy: chóng mặt
• eardrum: màng nhĩ
• ease: dễ chịu
• heal: lành
• medication: thuốc
• nauseous: buồn nôn
• occasionally: thi thoảng
• pray: cầu nguyện
• prescribe: kê toa
• puncture: đâm thủng
• recommend: khuyên
• shorts: ngắn
• sneakers: giày vải đế mềm
• surgery: mổ
• uncomfortable: không thoải mái

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*Yes/No Questions:

• Was she feeling okay two days later? No

• Was she still feeling dizzy and nauseous? Yes

• Had he already made an appointment with the doctor? Yes

• Was the doctor wearing a business suit? No

• Was her right eardrum punctured? No

• Did he feel like killing himself? Yes

• Did the doctor say that it happened all the time? No

• Did they ask him what could be done? Yes

• Did he tell them that they had two choices? Yes

• Would both choices cost money? No

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*Fill in blanks:

Two days later, Cassandra was still feeling uncomfortable. __The___ whooshing sound was constant, and she still felt ___dizzy__ and nauseous occasionally. Travis had already made an __appointment___ with Dr. Schwartz for Wednesday. On Wednesday, Dr. __Schwartz___ walked into the examining room in his shorts __and___ sneakers; he was semi-retired. Travis told Dr. Schwartz _what____ had happened. Dr. Schwartz listened, and then looked _in____ Cassandra’s ears.

Yep, he said, her left eardrum ___was__ punctured. Travis felt like killing himself. “How could __this___ happen?” he asked. “I’ve had lots of girlfriends. ______They__ blew in my ears, and I blew in __their___ ears. This never happened before.” Dr. Schwartz said__that___ it was unusual, but that it did happen __from___ time to time. What could be done, they __both___ asked the doctor at almost the same time.

__He___ told them that they had two choices: surgery, __or___ waiting. The surgery would cost about $2,000. Waiting ______would__ cost nothing. He suggested that, if Cassandra could ______bear__ the discomfort—she must keep that ear dry at ___all__ times—for about two months, the eardrum should heal ____itself___ . Surgery, he said, might be advisable after two __months____ , but he wouldn’t recommend it now. He could____prescribe___ her some medication to ease her discomfort. They ______agreed__ to wait. They thanked Dr. Schwartz, and Travis ______drove__ Cassandra to Rite-Aid to pick up the medication. ___Je__ apologized to her again. She said that they __must___ pray every night for her eardrum to heal.


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*Translate into Vietnamese:

Thủng lổ tai (2)

Hai ngày sau, Cassandra vẫn thấy không dễ chịu. Tiếng hú vẫn còn, và đôi khi cô vẫn chóng mặt và buồn nôn. Travis đã hẹn bác sĩ Schwartz vào thứ Tư. Thứ Tư, bác sĩ Schwartz
buớc vào phòng khám trong chiếc quần ngắn mang giầy đế mềm; ông đã bán-nghỉ hưu. Travis kể cho bác sĩ Schwartz nghe chuyện đã xảy ra. Bác sĩ Schwartz nghe, và nhìn vào tai Cassandra.

Yep, ông nói, màng nhĩ tai trái của cô đã thủng. Travis cảm thấy như tự giết mình. "Làm sao việc đó xảy ra?" Anh hỏi. "Tôi có nhiều bạn gái. Họ thổi vào tai tôi, và tôi thổi vào tai họ. Chuyện này trước kia không bao giờ xảy ra." Bác sĩ Schwartz nói điều đó bất thường, nhưng cũng đôi khi xảy ra. Bây giờ phải làm sao, họ cùng hỏi bác sĩ gần như cùng lúc.

Ông nói với họ là có hai lựa chọn: mổ, hay chờ. Mổ tốn khoảng $2,000. Chờ thì không tốn tiền. Ông đề nghị nếu Cassandra có thể chịu đựng sự khó chịu-cô phải giữ tai khô luôn luôn-khoảng 2 tháng, màng nhĩ sẽ tự lành. Mổ, ông nói, có thể làm sau hai tháng, nhưng giờ ông không khuyên như vậy. Ông có thể kê toa cho cô thấy dễ chịu hơn. Họ đồng ý chờ. Họ cảm ơn bác sĩ Schwartz, và Travis chở Cassandra đến Rite-Aid mua thuốc. Anh xin lỗi cô lần nữa. Cô nói họ phải cầu nguyện hàng đêm cho màng nhĩ cô lành.

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LESSON 167:

A HOLE IN HER EAR (2) - THỦNG LỖ TAI.

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*Vocabulary:

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• advisable: nên, thích hợp, đáng theo.
• bear: chịu đựng.
• constant: liên miên, thường xuyên.
• discomfort: bực dọc, khó chịu.
• dizzy: xây xẩm, choáng váng, chóng mặt.
• eardrum: màng nhĩ.
• ease: làm dịu.
• heal: liền (xương), lành(vết thương).
• medication: thuốc chữa bệnh, dược phẩm.
• nauseous: buồn nôn, muốn mửa.
• occasionally: thường xuyên.
• pray: cầu nguyện.
• prescribe: kê đơn thuốc.
• puncture: bị đâm thủng, thủng.
• recommend: đề nghị, giới thiệu, tiến cử.
• shorts: quần sóoc.
• sneakers: giầy đế mềm.
• surgery: giải phẩu.
• uncomfortable: khó chịu, không thoải mái.

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*Yes/No Questions:
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• Was she feeling okay two days later?
- No, she wasn't.

• Was she still feeling dizzy and nauseous?
- Yes, she was.

• Had he already made an appointment with the doctor?
- Yes, he had.

• Was the doctor wearing a business suit?
- No, he wasn't.

• Was her right eardrum punctured?
- No, it wasn't.

• Did he feel like killing himself?
- Yes, he did.

• Did the doctor say that it happened all the time?
- No, he didn't. The doctor said that it happened from time to time.

• Did they ask him what could be done?
- Yes, they did.

• Did he tell them that they had two choices?
- Yes, he did.

• Would both choices cost money?
- No, they wouldn't.

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*Fill in blanks:
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Two days later, Cassandra was still feeling uncomfortable. The whooshing sound was constant, and she still felt dizzy and nauseous occasionally. Travis had already made an appointment with Dr. Schwartz for Wednesday. On Wednesday, Dr. Schwartz walked into the examining room in his shorts and sneakers; he was semi-retired. Travis told Dr. Schwartz what had happened. Dr. Schwartz listened, and then looked in Cassandra’s ears.

Yep, he said, her left eardrum was punctured. Travis felt like killing himself. “How could this happen?” he asked. “I’ve had lots of girlfriends. They blew in my ears, and I blew in their ears. This never happened before.” Dr. Schwartz said that it was unusual, but that it did happen from time to time. What could be done, they both asked the doctor at almost the same time.

He told them that they had two choices: surgery, or waiting. The surgery would cost about $2,000. Waiting would cost nothing. He suggested that, if Cassandra could bear the discomfort—she must keep that ear dry at all times—for about two months, the eardrum should heal itself . Surgery, he said, might be advisable after two months , but he wouldn’t recommend it now. He could prescribe her some medication to ease her discomfort. They agreed to wait. They thanked Dr. Schwartz, and Travis drove Cassandra to Rite-Aid to pick up the medication. He apologized to her again. She said that they must pray every night for her eardrum to heal.
_____

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*Translate into Vietnamese:
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Hai ngày sau, Cassandra vẫn còn cảm thấy khó chịu. Âm thanh như tiếng gió rít vẫn không dứt, và cô vẫn cảm thấy chóng mặt và thỉnh thoảng lại buồn nôn. Travis vừa làm lịch hẹn với Bác sĩ Schwarts vào Thứ Tư. Vào ngày Thứ Tư, Bác sĩ Schwartz đi vào phòng khám với quần soóc và giày đế mềm; ông đã nghĩ hưu non. Travis kể với bác sĩ những chuyện đã xảy ra. Ông lắng nghe, rồi nhìn vào tai của Cassandra.

Được rồi, ông nói, màng nhĩ tai trái đã bị thủng. Travis cảm thấy như muốn giết mình cho rồi vậy. "Làm thế nào chuyện đó có thể xảy ra được?" anh hỏi. "Tôi có rất nhiều bạn gái. Các cô ấy thổi vào tai tôi, và tôi thổi vào tai các cô ấy. Chuyện này chưa từng xảy ra trước đây. "Bác sĩ Schwarts bảo chuyện này hiếm gặp, nhưng thỉnh thoảng chúng cũng xảy ra. Chúng tôi có thể làm được gì, cả hai người đều hỏi bác sĩ gần như cùng một lúc.

Ông bảo với họ rằng họ có hai khả năng để lựa chọn:giải phẩu hoặc chờ đợi. Cuộc giải phẫu sẽ tốn khoảng 2.000 đô-la. Chờ đợi thì không phải tốn hao gì. Ông đề nghị, nếu Cassandra có thể chịu đựng được sự khó chịu-cô luôn luôn phải giữ cho tai thật khô ráo-trong khoảng hai tháng, màng nhĩ sẽ tự mình lành lại. Giải phẫu, ông nói, có thể thích hợp sau hai tháng nữa, nhưng ông sẽ không đề nghị ở thời điểm này. Ông sẽ kê cho cô một đơn thuốc để làm dịu bớt sự khó chịu của cô. Họ đồng ý chờ đợi. Họ cám ơn Bác sĩ Schwarz, và Travis lái xe đưa Cassandra tới Rite-Aid để lấy thuốc. Anh xin lỗi cô lần nữa. Cô nói họ cần cầu nguyện mỗi đêm để màng nhĩ của cô liền trở lại.

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. 336.The Rental Car-1
. 337.The Rental Car-2
. 338.The Marathon Cheater
. 339.School Bus Crashes
. 340.Don’t Take My Property
. 341.New Law for Taco Trucks
. 342.The Refund-1
. 343.The Refund-2
. 344.Shut Your Mouth
. 345.TSA’s New Policy-1
. 346.TSA’s New Policy-2
. 347.I’m Pregnant
. 348.Court Approves Same-Sex Marriage
. 349.Impolite to His Brother
. 350.Protecting the Public
. 351.Malibu to License Paparazzi
. 352.I'm Moving to NY
. 353.The Heart Attack-1
. 354.The Heart Attack-2
. 355.Let's Speak English

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