ELL/ESL: Talking about jobs in English: Pharmacist
Practice choosing the right word when speaking in English about what a pharmacist does



In order to become a licensed pharmacist, one has to graduate from a college of (pharmaceuticals/pharmacy) and pass a series of examinations. Some of a pharmacist's duties include (filling/taking) prescriptions for customers and (advising/averting) customers on which medicine to (swallow/take). Pharmacists are health (professionals/masters), and they can let you know about any possible (side/second)-effects associated with a particular (medication/medical) ( = medicine). What are some other things that you can ask your pharmacist? You can ask whether or not a particular (prescription/dosage) ( = amount of medicine) is too high, whether or not it's safe to take something in (combination/together) with other medicines, and whether or not there is a cheaper (alternative/alternate) to your prescribed medicine.





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