K. Jahja_caroline requested some dialogues for parent and child playtime. It's a good idea. Here are two dialogues. I did not write them. K. Mamanoi&porjai wrote them and sent them to me so I could correct them. I made some small changes but most of the work is hers. I think they are excellent and useful. Great job, mamanoi!
Mom(patient): Good evening, doctor.
Kid : Good evening. What is the problem? (or What’s wrong? or What’s the matter?)
Mom(patient): I feel sick.
Kid: Tell me about your symptoms.
Mom(patient): My knee hurts.
Kid: Okay, may I check it?
Mom(patient): Please do.
Kid: (uses the equipment and knocks on my knee ) kok kok kok
Mom(patient): Oh, it hurts.
Kid: I will give you some medicine for your knee. Please take it twice a day.
Mom(patient): Ok, thank you doctor. Please, check my heart beat too.
Kid: Where is your heart?
Mom(patient): Here, in my chest.
Kid: I will use my stethoscope (ste-tho-scope) to listen to your heart.
Mom(patient): How does it sound?
Kid: It sounds good. You don’t need to worry.
Mom (patient): I have a stomachache too, doctor.
Kid: Ok, I‘m going to check your stomach.
Mom (patient): It hurts.
Kid: Can I give you an injection?
Mom(patient): Oh …No…I’m afraid of needles.
Mom: Good morning chef. How are you?
Chef: I’m fine.
Mom: What are you doing?
Chef: I’m cooking
Mom: What are you cooking?
Mom: Noodles? Show me how to cook them please.
Mom: First, put the pot on the stove and turn on the stove.
Mom: Fill the pot with water.
Mom: Oh, What is that?
Mom: Where are the noodles?
Mom: Can I eat this one?
Mom: Why not?
Chef: It’s too hot.
Mom: Ok. I will blow on it first.
Chef: Is it yummy?
Mom: Yes, it’s very yummy.