Hi, my name is Emma, and Im going to teach you English! Learning a different language can be hard, but it can also be a fun and rewarding experience.
I am TESOL-certified and have taught students from various backgrounds, ages, and levels. From immigrants to international students, private lessons to classrooms, my experiences have been varied and have allowed me to gain insight into the challenges that ESL students face.
Teaching is one of those great professions that allow you to be forever learning. While I teach students both French and English, they teach me about their cultures, their lives, and other ways to see the world. It is a privilege to teach and I am thankful for all of my students over the years who have shared their stories, interests, and dreams with me.
In this English vocabulary lesson, you will learn useful language for going to the pharmacy. The pharmacy is the place you go to get medicine. You will learn many important words and phrases like “drop off”, “pick up”, “prescription”, “generic”, “brand name”, “medication”, “medicine”, “pill”, “tablet”, “dosage”, “pay out of pocket”, “coverage”, and “to get a prescription filled”. This is common and useful vocabulary that you will use frequently. Knowing words like “generic” might actually save you money at the pharmacy, so you can thank me later! Test yourself with the quiz at https://www.engvid.com/everyday-english-pharmacy
Vocabulary videos to watch next:
Speaking English: How to answer the phone https://youtu.be/lCBF659RMtg
The Secret to Remembering Vocabulary https://youtu.be/FNYNcCZpa9M