First aid box and injuries vocabulary using pictures English lesson
Learning the vocabulary for first aid and injuries
The English lesson you will learn the vocabulary for a first aid kit and injuries. You will also learn some basic sentences on what to say to an injured person and what they might say to you.
What is a first aid kit?
It is a kit that consist of a set of bandages and medicines for giving first aid to someone with an injury.
Vocabulary used in the picture
painkillers, ointment, safety pin, adhesive bandage, antiseptic, antiseptic wipe, tweezers, scissors, bandage, splint, dressing, resuscitation, gauze
What to say if someone is injured
Where does it hurt?
Can you show me where it hurts?
Are you OK?
Let me help you
Can I help you, am trained in first aid
If the person is in too much pain
If you can help them, treat them till an ambulance or doctor arrives
If you can not help, call an ambulance
What a person who is injured might say
Can you help me?
I have pain in my leg / arm / chest ext.
My leg is hurting, my arm is hurting ext.
Do you know first aid?
I need to go to hospital.
Types of injuries
Vocabulary used in the picture about injuires
sprain, fracture, whiplash, cut, graze, bruise, splinter, sling, neck brace, sunburn, burn, bite, sting
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