AIM: To practise explaining clearly what things are and what people do
INTRODUCTION: In the sex case, the patient is asked to describe the discharge. To do this, she makes a comparison:
[It’s] a bit like the stuff that comes out your nose when you’ve got a cold.
She might also say it was similar to or the same as.
Definitions can be provided in many different ways.
A papilloma is a small harmless lump usually found on the skin.
A phlebotomist is someone specially trained to take blood.
Halitosis is another way of saying bad breath.
INSTRUCTIONS: Drag and drop into the space on the right to match each term from the box with the phrase that could be used to define it in simple terms.