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Ambulance

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If I ever need to call an ambulance, what should I do? Fortunately, I haven’t had the opportunity to do so until last Sunday. At that time, I was exercising with my friends in a gymnasium. At the same time, a 6-year old boy fell down and injured his left elbow. He (1)freaked out and cried out loudly. His arm was not swollen and wasn’t bleeding, so I guessed it was dislocated.
The gymnasium clerk immediately called an ambulance. The paramedics called several hospitals, but it took some time to find a hospital that accepted pediatric orthopedic cases because it was a Sunday. Unfortunately, his parents were not with him because he came there with his neighbor whose son was also his classmate. So I rode the ambulance to accompany him. I ended up cooperating because the neighbor had to go back home and pick kid’s mother from the hospital. I have no children, but If I had a child, I may (3)fuss over my kid. If my child were to be injured, it would (4) make my blood boil. So when I met the boy’s mother in the hospital, I was surprised and admired her calm attitude. The doctor said that the boy’s left elbow was broken and needed surgery and that he would be hospitalized for a week. I haven’t experience surgery or broken a bone until now.


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Title: AMBULANCE
If I have to need call Ambulance, what should I do? Fortunately, I didn’t have an opportunity to do it until last Sunday. At that time, I exercised with my friends in a gymnasium. At the same time, same place, A boy who is 6 y/o fell down and injured his left elbow. He had (1)freaked out and cried loudly. His arm was not bleed and swell, I guessed it’s dislocated.
The clerk of the gymnasium immediately called an ambulance, it soon arrived at the gym. The rescues called several hospitals, but it took a time to find the hospital which accepts medical care for kids’ orthopedics because it’s Sunday. His parents were not with him. Because his neighbor brought him with his son who is his classmate. Thus, I rode the ambulance with him for nursing. I cooperated the neighbor because he had to go back home and picked his mother to the hospital. I have no children. but If I had a child, I may (3)fuss over my kid. If the child injured, it (4)makes my blood boil. So when I met her who is the boy’s mother in the hospital, I surprised and admired her calm attitude. The doctor said that the boy’s left elbow bone broken and needs to surgery and hospitalize a week. I didn’t experience surgery or broken bone until now. I hope I (2)frown upon that kind of misfortune until death.

homework:
(1)freak out: Panic or go crazy.
(e.g.)”She nearly freaked out when she saw the colour of her hair. It was a disaster!”
自分の髪の色を見て、彼女はほとんど気が狂いそうになった。ひどすぎる!
(2)frown on/upon: Disapprove.
(e.g.)”My parents always frowned on smoking.”
私の両親は喫煙を絶対に認めない。
(3)fuss over: Pay excessive attention to somebody or somebody.
(e.g.)”She’s forever fussing over her grandson. It’s just too much!”
彼女はいつも孫を甘やかしすぎる。
(4)makes your blood boil: If something makes your blood boil, it makes you really angry.
(e.g.)His condescending attitude made my blood boil!
彼の恩着せがましい態度には本当に腹が立つ。

notice
In this article, I try to appropriate use 4 phrasal verbs(No.1~4) in this article which I write my daily life and thoughts because I’m learning English. This is one of writing training.

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