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Wizyta u lekarza po angielsku - dialog, tłumaczenie

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At the doctor's

Jacob: Good morning.
Doctor: Good morning. What's the matter?
Jacob: I'm not feeling well, doctor. I have got a terrible headache and I feel sick. I can't eat anything. I've been vomiting the whole morning.
Doctor: I see. Have you got raised temperature?
Jacob: I don't know. I haven't checked but I'm feeling hot.
Doctor: Let me take your temperature then.

Doctor: Well, I think you suffer from food poisoning. Did you eat something bad?
Jacob: I cannot remeber.
Doctor: I will check one more thing. Does it hurt when I touch here?
Jacob: No.
Doctor: Good. It isn't appendicitis then.
Jacob: What should I do now?
Doctor: I will prescribe you some medicine. You must take it twice a day. You will feel better as soon as you start taking it and should recover completely in a week's time. Then I want you to see me again.
Jacob: Thank you, doctor.
Doctor: You don't have to stay in bed but don't overdo things. And I think that some fresh air will do you good.
Jacob: Right.

Wizyta u lekarza po angielsku (dialog) – tłumaczenie

Jacob: Dzień dobry.
Doctor: Dzień dobry. Co się dzieje?
Jacob: Nie czuję się dobrze, panie doktorze. Mam straszny ból głowy i czuję się chory. Nie moge nic jeść. Przez

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