Phrases and Vocabulary for Emergencies

Phrases and Vocabulary for Emergencies

Phrases and Vocabulary for Emergencies

An emergency is defined as something dangerous or serious, such as an accident, that happens suddenly or unexpectedly and needs fast action in order to avoid harmful results:

Vocabulary for Emergencies

This some key vocabulary for emergencies:

Describing what has Happened to you

These are some useful phrases to describe what has happened to you

  • I’ve been robbed
  • I’ve been mugged
  • I’ve been attacked
  • I’ve been raped
  • I’ve been molested
  • I’ve been stabbed
  • I’ve been threatened
  • I’ve been hurt

Describing what has Happened to Others

These are some useful phrases to describe what has happened to you

  • He was shot 
  • He was stabbed 
  • She was raped
  • She was Attacked
  • She was mugged
  • He was hit by a car
  • He was beaten up
  • He was bitten by a dog
  • He was bitten by a snake.
  • He was knocked out

Vocabulary for Emergencies: Questions

  • Do you have a fever?
  • Is there anybody with you?

General Vocabulary for Emergencies

  • I have Asthma
  • He’s got a  cold
  • My leg aches.
  • I got a broken arm
  • My stomach hurts and I can’t stand the pain
  • I have a back pain and I can’t move
  • I am lost
  • I am wounded

Vocabulary for Emergencies: Recommendations

  • It’s a good idea to take cough syrup
  • apply some alcohol
  • Take a  pill and laxatives
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