A: How did you get that black eye?
I was playing cricket yesterday , and the ball hit me in the face.
You’d better put a bag of ice on it. It looks terrible.
B: Why are you limping?
I’ve got a twisted ankle.
Oh dear. It looks really painful.
You really should lie down and keep your leg up.
C: Did you have a good swim?
It was OK at first, but that I got cramp and I had to stop.
Oh that’ s horrible. You’re probably dehydrated.
You need to drink more water.
D: My feet are killing me. I’ve got terrible blisters.
You need to put some plasters on them.And then you should wear sandals for a while.
But it’s winter.
E: How was the sailing?
Great, but I think I’ve got sunburn. My nose is really red.
You need to put some cream on it immediately.
F: Are you OK?
No, I think I’ve got a broken thumb.
Oh dear. You probably need an x-ray. You’d better go to the hospital.
1)You’d better put a bag of ice on it.-a
2) You need to drink more water.-c
3)You’d better go to the hospital. -f
4)You need to put some cream on it immediately. -e
5) You really should lie down and keep your leg up.- b
6) You need to put some plasters on them.-d
Important- big, essential, key, main, major, necessary, significant, top
Nice- fine, good, great, kind, lovely, pleasant, sympathetic, wonderful
People- easy-going, friendly, lovely
Statue-fine, glorious, pleasant
Woman-flattering, smart, stylish
Friends- helpful, kind, thoughtful
Film- delightful, fantastic, great
City- good, marvellous, wonderful
a) The president is the most influential/ landmark politician in my country.
b) Global warming has very few far-reaching/ senior effects on the environment.
c)Traffic congestion is a major/ top problem in my city.
d) The world wide web was the most main/ significant invention of the 20th century.
e) 1945 was a/an historic/ groundbreaking year in the development of my country.
f) It’s major/ vital that we find a cure for for cancer