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At the allergist's

"Chez l'allergologue"
French A2 writing exercise

Pierre went to the allergist to get a diagnosis.

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Some vocabulary you may want to look up before or during this exercise: "an allergist", "to sneeze", "a lot", "left/right", "pleasant (=enjoyable)", "to wait for [time]", "to start to [do]", "a spot [US: pimple]", "to prescribe [someone]", "eye drops", "pills", "a treatment", "to work (=function)", "already", "to be better (health)".

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A week ago, I went to an allergist because my eyes were red and I was sneezing a lot. The doctor did a test on my left arm. It was not very pleasant. We waited for ten minutes and I started to see a few little spots [US: pimples]. Then, the specialist prescribed me (some) eye drops and (some) pills, and that treatment is already working! My eyes are better and I'm not sneezing anymore.

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