Хандоут тхе еxерцисе урок 3


a.After examining her ………., the doctor ……….Mary with influenza
b. She suffered a lot from…………after the death of her husband.
c. As he could not make it in person, the interview was……………by phone.
d. You can cook meat either in a microwave or in a ……………..oven.
e. Since completing her degree, landing her dream job and finding true love, Sally’s…………..has improved………… f. Success ………….hard work and determination.
g. During our trip to the seaside, we saw many……………birds. h. A question-and-answer………..will be held after the class.
i. His teacher…………his learning difficulties to emotional problems he was having.
j. After trying every other type of……………..for her mental illness, she was admitted to a……………..hospital.
k. The doctor prescribed some medication to……………Tom’s pain. He stopped taking the medication after a week as his pain was now only…………. .
The answer:
(symptoms; diagnosed)
(depression)
(conducted)
(conventional)
(wellbeing; substantially)
(entails)
(aquatic)
(session)
(attributed)
(therapy; psychiatric)
(alleviate; moderate)HANDOUTS TO THE ASSIGNMENT 3:
1. The depressive symptoms in 12 of the patients diagnosed with depression decreased.2. No antidepressants were taken by the patients in the lead up to the dolphin therapy.3. The study suggests human wellbeing is intertwined with nature.4. Depressive symptoms disappeared overnight after dolphin therapy.5. Dolphins generally regard humans with suspicion.6. A researcher recommends using animals to treat psychiatric illnesses.
 
                                                        Answers:1. F (15 patients)2. T3. T4. F (improved after 2 weeks)5. F
6. T
 
Handout vacabulary:
Answer key:
 
conduct-                                                                                              relating to mental illnessalleviate-                                                                                            to believe that something is the result of a particular situation, event ordepression-                                                                                         a feeling of extreme unhappiness and gloomaquatic-                                                                                                              symptom-                                                                                             a sign or indication of somethingdiagnose-                                                                             cause and nature of a problem from examining the symptomsmoderate-                                                                            neither very great or very small in size, amount, strength or degreewell-being-                                                          a good or satisfactory state of existence, characterized by such things as     health and happiness                                                                                                           of, in or related to water
entailed-                                                                                                                            involvedtherapy-                                                               a form of treatment for an illness or medical conditionsession-                                                                                                              a period of time used for a particular activityconventional-                                                     of the usual, traditional accepted type instead of being new and different substantially-                                                                                     by a large amount or degreeattributed-                                           action                                                                                                  to make something less painful, severe or seriouspsychiatric-                                                                                                        carry out,
 
 
 
 
 
 
Answer key:
 
conduct- carry outalleviate- to make something less painful, severe or seriousdepression- a feeling of extreme unhappiness and gloomaquatic- of, in or related to watersymptom- a sign or indication of somethingdiagnose- to determine the cause and nature of a problem from examining the symptomsmoderate- neither very great or very small in size, amount, strength or degreewell-being- a good or satisfactory state of existence, characterized by such things ashealth and happinessentailed- involvedtherapy- a form of treatment for an illness or medical conditionsession- a period of time used for a particular activityconventional- of the usual, traditional, accepted type instead of being new and differentsubstantially- by a large amount or degreeattributed- to believe that something is the result of a particular situation, event oractionpsychiatric- relating to mental illness


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