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Dealing with Crisis / Emergencies in English.

Imagine that you’re on vacation and suddenly you realize that your wallet has been stolen! Do you know how to report a theft in English? Now imagine that you’re walking down the street after a business meeting and you see a car crash just ahead of you. Can you talk to the police in English? You never get any advance warning when there’s an emergency, and unless you’re remarkably well-prepared, you probably won’t have a dictionary with you. Learn to manage a crisis in English

Medical emergencies

  • Call an ambulance!
  • I need a doctor
  • There’s been an accident
  • Please hurry!
  • I’ve cut myself
  • I’ve burnt myself
  • Are you OK?
  • Is everyone OK?


  • Stop, thief!
  • Call the police!
  • My wallet’s been stolen
  • My purse has been stolen
  • My handbag’s been stolen
  • My laptop’s been stolen
  • My phone’s been stolen
  • I’d like to report a theft
  • My car’s been broken into
  • I’ve been mugged
  • I’ve been attacked


  • Fire!
  • Call the fire brigade!
  • Can you smell burning?
  • There’s a fire
  • The building’s on fire

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One thought on “Dealing with Crisis / Emergencies in English.”

  1. Hitesh_k says:

    omg, after listening to this class there occured a chemical accident in my mind. call an ambulance. i need a doctor immediately. please hurry….. haha jus kidding

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