What comes to mind when you hear the word ‘hospital’?   2 comments

A physician visiting the sick in a hospital, G...

A physician visiting the sick in a hospital, German engraving from 1682 (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

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1) What comes to mind when you hear the word ‘hospital’?
2) What are your experiences of hospitals?
3) Would you like to work in a hospital?
4) Are the hospitals in your country good?
5) Is the standard of care in your country’s hospitals getting better?
6) Do you like watching TV programmes about hospitals?
7) Is it better to be born in hospital or at home?
8) Why is hospital food so bad?
9) Do you think hospitals are unhealthy places?
10) What do you think of a government that’s lets its hospitals close down?

 

 

 

 

1) Have you ever stayed in hospital?
2) What do you think hospitals of the future will be like?
3) Have you ever been to a hospital in another country?
4) What part of a hospital would you most like a tour of?
5) Do you think hospitals are happy or sad places?
6) How could hospitals be made better places to visit and stay in?
7) What do you think a boutique hospital is?
8) What do people do if they cannot afford to go to hospital?
9) Who are the most important people working in hospitals?
10) What would you do every day if you had to spend six months in hospital?

 

Posted September 29, 2012 by Teacher Alvin in LEARNING ENGLISH

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