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32 – In the Pharmacy

In this episode, we are going to learn the vocabulary related to pharmacies, the indefinite pronoun “some” and its derivatives, and some more expressions with “estar com”.

Karina is concerned about her mother because she is an elderly lady who caught the flu, which can become a pneumonia. She went to a pharmacy to ask the pharmacist for some suggestions.

Karina – A minha mãe tem 80 anos e está com gripe e dor de garganta. O que o senhor sugere?
Farmacêutico – Ela está com febre?
Karina – Não, mas está muito indisposta.
Farmacêutico – E ela tem dificuldade para engolir os alimentos?
Karina – Tem, sim. Ela não está comendo quase nada.
Farmacêutico – Bem, eu sugiro estes comprimidos para a gripe em geral, e para a garganta estas pastilhas para ela chupar 3 vezes por dia.
Karina – Obrigada! Vou levar os dois.

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