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600 Từ vựng TOEIC– Lesson 50: Pharmacy
Words in Context 600 Từ vựng TOEIC – Lesson 50: Pharmacy
Read the following passage and write the words in the blanks below.
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Yoko is having trouble with seasonal allergies this fall. After (1) _____ with her doctor, they decide she should take medication on a regular basis to (2) _____ her symptoms. Her doctor recommends the medication he thinks will work best and offers her a handful of (3) _____ at no charge. For her long-term needs, Yoko will need to have a prescription filled. Her doctor (4) _____ to call the pharmacy Yoko uses to order a supply, which will (5) _____ the time she spends waiting for the prescription to be filled.
Yoko is new in town and does not know which pharmacy she wants to use. She knows that there is a drugstore near her apartment and one near where she works, but does not remember the operating hours for either. Yoko knows that (6) _____ hours and location are important (7) _____ in selecting a pharmacy. Although she can fill different prescriptions at different drugstores, it makes more (8) _____ to Yoko to fill all of her medications at one location.
Occasionally, some drugs will have harmful (9) _____. Usually, your doctor will prevent a drug interaction problem before it starts. But, if you see more than one doctor, it is hard to (10) _____ the various medications you are taking. Having all your prescriptions ﬁlled at one location increases the chances that the pharmacist will detect a (11) _____ drug interaction problem. This timely (12) _____ can save your life.
Word Families 600 Từ vựng TOEIC – Lesson 50: Pharmacy
Word Practice 600 Từ vựng TOEIC – Lesson 50: Pharmacy
Part 1 Photo
Look at the picture and listen to the sentences. Choose the sentence that best describes the picture.
Đáp án: C
Part 2 Question-Response
Listen to the question and the three responses. Choose the response that best answers the question.
Part 3 Conversation
Listen to the dialogue. Then read each question and choose the best answer.
4. Who is the man talking to?
(A) A doctor.
(B) A pharmacist.
(C) His wife.
(D) His friend.
5. What is the man’s problem?
(C) Broken hand.
(D) Broken nose.
6. When will the man ﬁll the prescription?
(B) Within two days.
(C) On the way to work.
(D) After trying the samples.
Part 4 Talk
Listen to the talk. Then read each question and choose the best answer.
7. What is a possible side effect of the medication?
8. How often should the patient take the medication?
(A) Once a day.
(B) Two times a day.
(C) Three times a day.
(D) Four times a day.
9. Why should the patient call the doctor in a few days?
(A) To request more days off work.
(B) To report how the medication is working.
(C) To get pills for his headaches.
(D) To ask for more samples.
Part 5 Incomplete Sentences
Choose the word that best completes the sentence.
10. Would you please schedule the patient for a medical _____ tomorrow afternoon?
11. Your prescription will be ready in an hour, if that’s _____ for you.
12. The procedure _____ a slight problem, but the doctor assured us not to be alarmed.
13. My doctor has decided to _____ the amount of medication I am taking.
14. Inform the pharmacist of any other medications you are taking to avoid any _____ drug interactions.
15. We desperately need _____ to help at the free clinic next month.
Part 6 Text Completion
The neighbourhood pharmacy that you can rely on!
Cloverdale is open 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Unlike other pharmacies with limited schedules, we're open all the time. You can rely on us in an emergency at any time of day. And, our schedule makes it _____ (16) for busy working people to fill prescriptions after work or on weekends.
You’re always safe with us! When you fill a prescription at Cloverdale. we Keep a careful record. This way, we can easily _____ (17) the medications you are taking and inform you of any potentially harmful interactions.
Do you need help selecting over-the-counter medications? Our pharmacists are available to _____ (18) with you and help you choose the medications that suit your needs.
Cloverdale Pharmacy. We’re here to serve you.
(A) are monitored
(B) be monitored
(C) to monitor
Part 7 Reading Comprehension
Many people don’t realize that their pharmacist is an important member of their health care team. If you always ﬁll you prescriptions at the same pharmacy, then you will have a pharmacist who is familiar with your medical issues and can detect any possible problems with your medications. In fact, it is a good idea to volunteer information about medications you are already taking when you visit a new pharmacist. Then, she can add this information to your records and have a complete ﬁle of information. She can monitor the drugs you are taking and let you know of any potential interactions or harmful side effects.
If cost is an issue for you, your pharmacist can help. Ask her if there are any less expensive brands of your medication available. Or, you can request that she ﬁll only half the prescription, to give you a chance to try out the medication before paying for the entire amount. You can also ask your doctor for a few free samples. Once you have ascertained that the prescribed medication is working for you, you can go ahead and ask your pharmacist to ﬁll the prescription for you. When you pick up your prescription, don't forget to ask the pharmacist to explain to you how to take it if you have any doubts. She can also supply you with written instructions.
Your pharmacist can provide you with important support, but there is a limit to what she can do. If you suspect that you have a problem that requires medical attention, you should always consult your doctor right away.
19. What is the purpose of this article?
(A) To explain the role of a pharmacist.
(B) To help select medications.
(C) To give instructions on taking medications.
(D) To advertise a particular pharmacy.
20. What can you ask your pharmacist to do?
(A) Recommend a good doctor.
(B) Suggest different brands.
(C) Write a prescription.
(D) Give you medical attention.
21. What should you ask for when you pick up your prescription?
(A) A cheaper brand.
(B) Some free samples.
(D) A discount.
22. The word detect in line 4 is closest in meaning to
23. The word potential in line 8 is closest in meaning to
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