The system of health care in Great Britain, the USA and Russia. Health is not valued till sickness comes. - презентация
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The system of health care in Great Britain, the USA and Russia. Health is not valued till sickness comes
Great Britain 1. Despite of the shortage of money, the system of medical care works well. 2. In Britain, medical insurance is organized by Government. 3. The British spend a small proportion of their wealth on health service, because of its simple administration. 4. In spite of being poor, you can get good medical care in Britain. 5. The exceptions to free medical care are teeth and eyes. 6. Country does not spend a lot of money per person on health care.
A doctor told his patient that there was nothing really the matter with him: All you require is more outdoor life, walk two or three miles regularly every day. What is your business? – I am a letter carrier, doctor. HUMOUR
The USA 1. In many ways it is a wonderful system, but in many other ways it is a catastrophe. 2. Medical care is not free, but many hospitals provide some free or low-cost care. 3. The USA has no public health service, so most people have private health insurance. 4. America with its private insurance-based system spends 14% of GDP on health. Britain spends only 7%. 5. The USA is one of the most developed countries in the world, but it does not provide health care for all.
Subordinate clauses with prepositions in spite of/despite, because of… Grammar in focus После предлогов in spite of/despite мы используем существительное, местоимение (what/that/this…); Ving форму или выражение the fact (that). Despite the fact (that) the USA is one of the most developed countries in the world, it does not provide health care for all. После предлога because of мы используем существительное или местоимение. Because of all these things some people think that US medical care system is a catastrophe.