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Emergency situations what to do?. “What is an emergency?”. An emergency is a sudden illness, accident, natural disaster or violent attack. EXAMPLES OF EMERGENCIES. FIRE EARTHQUAKE BLACK OUT CAR ACCIDENT STORM BROKEN BONE BLEEDING FLOOD FAINT TSUNAMI TERRORIST ATTACK VOLCANO ERUPTION

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Emergency situations what to do
Emergency situationswhat to do?

PROF HUGO PACHECO


What is an emergency
“What is an emergency?”

An emergency is a sudden illness, accident, natural disaster or violent attack.

PROF HUGO PACHECO


Examples of emergencies
EXAMPLES OF EMERGENCIES

FIRE

EARTHQUAKE

BLACK OUT

CAR ACCIDENT

STORM

BROKEN BONE

BLEEDING

FLOOD

FAINT

TSUNAMI

TERRORIST ATTACK

VOLCANO ERUPTION

CHEMICAL LEAKAGE

FOOD POISONING

CHOKING

DOG BITE

LOST IN THE CITY

ASSAULT

DRAWNING

ELECTROCUTION

CONCUSION

FREEZING

LOCKED IN ELEVATOR

RUNOVER

SUNBURN

HIJACKING

FEVER

MISSING PERSON

LOST IN THE FOREST

SPIDER BITE

PROF HUGO PACHECO


How to give advice
HOW TO GIVE ADVICE

STRUCTURES

IN CASE OF AN ENGLISH TEST

You HAVE TO study before.

You MUST write in ink.

You OUGHT TO focus on the questions.

You SHOULD sit alone.

You’D BETTER answer all the questions.

  • HAVE TO

  • MUST

  • OUGHT TO

  • SHOULD

  • ‘D BETTER

PROF HUGO PACHECO


How to give advice1
HOW TO GIVE ADVICE

STRUCTURE

EXAMPLE

You MUSTN’T come late.

You SHOULDN’T cheat.

You OUGHTN’T speak.

You’D BETTER NOT use your cellphone

  • MUSTN’T

  • SHOULDN’T

  • OUGHTN’T TO

  • ‘D BETTER NOT

PROF HUGO PACHECO


Evaluation
EVALUATION

PROF HUGO PACHECO


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