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Przeczytaj poniższy tekst dotyczący apteki. Poznaj angielski dla farmaceutów. Sprawdź w słowniczku nowo poznane słówka.

A place where people can buy medicines is often called, in Great Britain, a chemist’s whereas in America people tend to say a pharmacy or a drugstore. As a matter of fact, in Canada or the United States of America customers, apart from common remedies, can also purchase cosmetics, magazines or even candies. Chemists have a form knowledge and are always there to help a client. One has a wide variety of drugs from pills, painkillers to supplements and vitamins. You may need a prescription from your GP or just ask a pharmacist to recommend cheaper substitutes.

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Słownictwo

medicines – lekarstwa
a chemist’s – apteka (BrE)
a pharmacy – apteka (AmE)
a drugstore – apteka (AmE)
common remedies – zwykłe lekarstwa
purchase – kupić
candies – cukierki
a firm knowledge – dobra wiedza
drugs – lekarstwa (AmE)
pills – pigułki
painkillers – środki przeciwbólowe
supplements – suplementy
a prescription – recepta
a GP (General Practitioner) – lekarz rodzinny
a pharmacist – aptekarz
cheaper substitutes – tańsze zamienniki

Poniżej przedstawiamy przykładowy dialog w aptece. Przeczytaj go a następnie przeanalizuj każde zdanie pod kątem przydatnych wyrażeń. Poniżej znajdziesz tłumaczenie najtrudniejszych słów i przydatnych zwrotów, które pomogą Ci odnieść sukces w codziennej komunikacji.

A: Good morning. How can I help you?
B: Good morning. I would like to buy something for a cold.
A: Do you have a prescription from a doctor?
B: No, I don’t. Can you recommend good medicaments to me?
A: Of course, what symptoms do you have?
B: I cough and have a bad sore throat.
A: I see. I’ll give you good lozenges and a cough syrup.

Anything else?

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B: Do you have vitamin C?
A: Yes, here you are. Is that all?
B: Oh, how should I take the medicine?
A: Lozenges every 4 hours and cough syrup twice a day. More information is in the leaflet. Will you pay in cash or by credit card?
B: In cash. There you go.
A: Here’s your change and receipt. Thank you and bye!
B: See you!

Słownictwo

I would like to buy … – chciałbym kupić …
Do you have a prescription from a doctor? – Czy ma Pan/Pani receptę od lekarza?
What symptoms do you have? – Jakie ma Pan/Pani objawy?
cough – kaszel
a sore throat – ból gardła
I’ll give you … – dam Pani/Panu …
lozenges – tabletki do ssania
a cough syrup – syrop na kaszel
Here you are – Proszę bardzo.
Is that all? – Czy to wszystko?
How should I take the medicine? – Jak mam zażywać to lekarstwo?
a leaflet – ulotka
Will you pay in cash or by credit card? – Czy płaci Pani/Pan gotówką czy kartą kredytową?
There you go – Proszę bardzo.
change – reszta
a receipt – paragon

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