Dealing with Crisis / Emergencies in English - English lesson ( Phrases & Vocabulary)
Imagine that you're on vacation and suddenly you realize that your wallet has been stolen! Do you know how to report a theft in English? Now imagine that you're walking down the street after a business meeting and you see a car crash just ahead of you. Can you talk to the police in English? You never get any advance warning when there's an emergency, and unless you're remarkably well-prepared, you probably won't have a dictionary with you. Learn to manage a crisis in English
Call an ambulance!
I need a doctor
There's been an accident
I've cut myself
I've burnt myself
Are you OK?
Is everyone OK?
Call the police!
My wallet's been stolen
My purse has been stolen
My handbag's been stolen
My laptop's been stolen
My phone's been stolen
I'd like to report a theft
My car's been broken into
I've been mugged
I've been attacked
Call the fire brigade!
Can you smell burning?
There's a fire
The building's on fire
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