Pharmacy Related Spanish Phrases
Listen To Pharmacy Spanish Phrases
Pharmacies are more popular than ever and the use of the pharmacy is growing every year. Television commercials explain the latest medicine available at the pharmacy. Pharmacists give specific information to patients about taking the medicine doctors prescribe. The phrases below are common phrases
Studying these phrases will prepare you to relate pharmacy related issues like the fact that you shouldn't drive your car when taking certain types of medicine. And say that the taker of these pills should refrain from liquor. Tell them what the phone number of the doctor or pharmacist is, for if they have any further questions when they get home. Tell them about the dosing of the medicine they are taking, such as: how many pills to take at a time, and how many times a day to take the medicine. Give them important special instructions like telling them they have to be sure to finish the entire bottle of pills, or that they have to take a certain pill with a meal.
- Tienes que tomar esta medicina con mucha agua.
- You have to take this medicine with a lot of water.
- Don't forget to change the common word mucho to the word mucha when referring to a feminine noun like water.
- No puedes manejar un carro mientras estas tomando esta medicina.
- You can't drive a car while you're taking this medicine.
- The word coche is also a popular word for car in some Spanish speaking countries.
- No se puede tomar alcol con estas pastillas.
- You can't drink alcohol with these pills
- One l makes the English l sound and two ls together like in the word pastillas above has the ll sounding like a y sound in the word yellow.
- Si tienes preguntas de esta medicina puedes hablar con tu doctor a este numero telfonico.
- If you have questions about this medicine you can call your doctor at this phone number.
- Es importante decirle a tu doctor de todas las medicinas que estas tomando.
- It's important to tell your doctor about all the medicines your currently taking.
- This sentence has a lot of cognate words -- important, doctor, and medicine -- now just listen to the audio file for the correct pronunciation.
- Toma dos pastillas, tres veces al dia.
- Take two pills, three times a day.
- The Spanish word for times in the sentence above is one that changes completely for its plural form -- one time is una vez and two times is dos veces.
- Termina todas las pastillas en la botella.
- Finish all the pills in the bottle.
- Es posible que esta medicina puede alzar la presión de sangre un poco.
- It's possible that this medicine can raise blood pressure a little.
- It's important to understand the side effects of the medicine you take.
- No se puede dar esta medicina a niños de menos de doce años de edad.
- This medicine can't be given to children under twelve years old.
- This is a common message found on over the counter medication.
- Es lo mejor tomar estas patillas con comida.
- It's best to take these pills with food.
- To say better use the word mejor and to say best use the phrase lo mejor.
- Guarda la medicina fuera del alcance de los niños.
- Keep the medicine out of reach of children.
- Si el dolor sigue despues de tomar la medicina habla con el doctor.
- If the pain continues after taking the medicine talk to your doctor.