Áruátvétel a gyógyszertárban
Receiving Pharmaceuticals from the Carrier
Pharmacist: Hello, Mr Brown. Have you brought everything that we’ve ordered?
Carrier (Mr Brown): I think so. Please have a look at the carrier’s manifest.
Pharmacist: By the way, yesterday I phoned Mr Cage, and I asked him to send us some herbal tea for slimming dieters. Do you think he has sent it?
Carrier: I’m afraid he hasn’t. He told me that he would be able to send it this weekend.
Pharmacist: All right! Where shall I sign it?
Carrier: Over here, please!
Gyógyszerek tárolása a gyógyszertárban
Storing Medicine in a New Pharmacy
Mary (Pharmacist 1): Well, it’s high time we decided on places where we can store the rest of these medicines.
Sue (Pharmacist 2): I think we could start with the ones that have to be kept in a dark place.
Mary: Yes, for these ones there is a dark storage room at the back of the building. But there isn’t a refrigerator in it, is there?
Sue: No there isn’t. But it’s not a big problem, as these ones don’t have to be kept in a refrigerator.
Mary: OK, and finally, we should also deal with these ointments here. All of them have to be kept in a fridge. Do you think there’s enough space in our refrigerator?
Sue: Of course, there is. You know there are two refrigerators here. Yesterday Mr Brown brought another one in his van.
Mary: Oh, that’s great. Well, in this case, I think we’ve done everything!
Gyógyszerek tárolása otthon
Storing Medicine at Home
Mr Emerson (husband): I’ve bought a tube of ointment for Ann’s burn.
Mrs Emerson (wife): Oh really, that’s very nice. Could I have a look at it?
Mr Emerson: Yes, here you are!
Mrs Emerson: It says the following: “Keep it in a cool and dark place, under temperature 10 Cº.” I think it means that we’ll have to keep it in the fridge.
Mr Emerson: That’s right. Shall I put it there?
Mrs Emerson: Yes, please.