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Transcript
THE QUESTIONS FOR FINAL EXAMINATION
AT ROMANIAN LANGUAGE AND MEDICAL TERMINOLOGY
FOR THE IIND YEAR STUDENTS, FACULTY OF MEDICINE
2013 - 2014
Textbook:
E. Mincu, A. Chiriac, S. Nastasiu. Limba Română. Limbaj Medical. – Chişinău, 2012.
TEXTS:
1. State University of Medicine and Pharmacy “Nicolae Testemitanu”
2. Medicine. Generalities
3. The Cell: Plasma Membrane, Cytoplasm, the Cell Nucleus
4. The Tissues
5. The Structure of the Hunman Body
6. About Diseases
7. Ways of Treatment
8. How to Make a Dignosis?
9. The Bony System – Bones
10. The Muscular System – Muscles
11. The Nervous System – Nerves
12. The Visual System – Eyes
13. The Auditiry System – Ears
14. The Endocrine System
15. The Respiratory System – Lungs
16. The Cardiovascular System – Blood
17. The Cardiovascular System – Heart
18. The Lymphatic System
19. The Digestive System – Stomach
20. Liver - The Biggest Gland from the Human Body
21. The Excretory System
22. Urinary Apparatus – Kidneys
23. The Immune System
GRAMMAR SUBJECTS:
I.
THE NOUN. GRAMMAR CATEGORIES
1. Nouns’ Genders: Masculine, Feminine, Neuter;
2. The Nouns’ Number: Singular and Plural;
3. The Noun Plus Article. Definite and Indefinite Articles. Demonstrative
Articles. Possessive Articles;
4. Cases of the Noun: Nominative, Genitive, Dative and Accusative.
II.
THE ADJECTIVE. GRAMMAR CATEGORIES
1. Variable Adjectives with Four, Three and Two Forms;
2. Invariable Adjectives;
3. The Declension of Phrases Noun + Adjective;
4. Adjectives Degrees of Comparison (Positive, Comparative, Superlative).
III.
THE PRONOUN. GRAMMAR CATEGORIES
1. Personal Pronouns (stressed and unstressed forms in Accusative and Dative
cases);
2. The Personal Pronoun of Politeness;
3. The Possessive Pronoun;
4. The Indefinite Pronoun;
5. The Relative-Interrogative Pronoun;
6. The Demonstrative Pronoun
IV.
THE VERB. GRAMMAR CATEGORIES. THE 4 VERBS CONJUGATIONS
1. Impersonal Moods (Infinitive, Participle, Gerund and Supine);
2. Personal Moods (Indicative, Conjunctive, Conditional);
3. The Indicative Mood (Present, Past, Future Tense);
4. The Conjunctive Mood (Present, Past Tense);
5. The Conditional Mood (Present, Past);
6. Active Voice, Pasive Voice and Reflexive Voice of the Verb
7. The Conjugation of Verbs a fi (to be) and a avea (to have);
8. The Conjugation of Irregular Verbs (a bea (to drink), a lua (to take), a mânca
(to eat));
9. The Pronominal and Reflexive Verbs Conjugation (a se trezi (to wake up), a
se gândi (to think)).
V.
THE ADVERB. TYPES OF ADVERBS
1. Adverbs of Time, of Place, of Mood;
2. Adverbs Degrees of Comparison.
VI.
PREPOSITION AND PREPOSITIONAL PHRASES
1. Prepositional Phrases in Genitive and Dative cases.
VII.
CONJUNCTION
COMMUNICATION. DIALUGUES
1. At the Osteologist
2. At the Traumatologist
3.
At the Neurologist
4. At the Ophtalmologist
5. At the Otorhinolaryngologist
6.
At the Cardiologist
7.
At the Gastrologist
8.
At the Internist
9. At the Nephrologist
10. At the Hepatologist
Head of the Department of Romanian and Medical Terminology
A. Chiriac, dr., associate professor
Head of Study, Department of Romanian and Medical Terminology,
Tatiana Trebeş, lecturer
Victoria Vîntu, senior lecturer