Vocab-ability–164 (optic, opto = vision) – A More Powerful Vocabulary (earn UpVotes with “Vocab Practice” exercise)

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MY VOCAB PRACTICE

  1. Optician
    My optician laughed when I asked for kids frames; I was serious.
  2. Optometrist
    The last time I saw the optometrist, he used a machine to give my eyeballs blow jobs.
  3. Ophthalmologist
    My optometrist says I don't need the ophthalmologist for my astigmatism.
  4. Optics
    I can't wait for fiber optics to reach my area; I may finally see those lightening fast internet speeds promised after dial-up was overthrown.


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MY VOCAB PRACTICE:

1- The optician dipped the glasses in the special hot fiber to better mold them so they could fit better on the patient's face.

2- She asked the optometrist not to put drops in her eyes before examining her eyes.

3- He was sent to the ophthalmologist to treat the cataract in his left eye.

4- In order to be a better cinematographer and lighting technician, he took an optics class.

MY VOCAB PRACTICE

  1. After I broke my glasses I went to the optometrist first to have my vision tested then the optician for a new pair.
  2. My sister went to the ophthalmologist and they prescribed laser surgery to correct her eye disorder.
  3. The optics section in our local science museum has all kinds of cool experiments around light.


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MY VOCAB PRACTICE:

  1. Optometrist.
    My optometrist examined my eyes and gave me a new prescription for my eye glasses.

  2. Optician.
    After receiving the prescription, I then handed it over to the optician next door.

  3. Ophthalmologist.
    My ophthalmologist is treating my eyes for glaucoma.

  4. Optics
    Glaucoma is a disease in which one’s eyes optic nerves get damage which can cause blurry vision and perhaps blindness if not treated soon enough.


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My vocab practice

  1. The optician said i need to get new glasses
  2. If you need glasses u must seek to an optometrist
  3. An ophthalmologist must be visted twice a year for having regular eye check up
  4. The optic theory originated with einstien


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MY VOCAB PRACTICE

  1. The optometrist t that lives in my neighborhood hardly have time for herself.

  2. The lenses made by the optician are quite expensive.

  3. The job of an ophthalmologist is more tasking than that of an optician.

  4. Optics is one of the interesting topics in physics.


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MY VOCAB PRACTICE

  1. An optician helped develop the materials for the Google Glasses.
  2. The optometrist said I had 20/20 vision after they tested me.
  3. Grandma went to see an ophthalmologist to get her cataracts treated.
  4. Did you know that fiber optics is a sub-study of optics?


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MY VOCAB PRACTICE:

  1. Yesterday I had to consult an optician since I can not see the small letters.
  2. The optometrist did a lot of tests to diagnose my vision problem.
  3. The ophthalmologist told me that I should buy some glasses as soon as possible.
  4. At school I had to study some fundamentals of optics, so I know how my lenses work.


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MY VOCAB PRACTICE:

  1. Optician:
    The optician was speaking to his assistant while they were in the closet.

  2. Optometrist:
    My optometrist made a telescope out of a water droplet and a leaf and told me to use it if I had trouble seeing the chalkboard from the back row.

  3. Ophthalmologist:
    Is was my mother who sent me to the one ophthalmologist who had a history of meeting escaped convicts and bring them to his office.

  4. Optics:
    Turn your book to the last chapter on optics and find where it talks about the Afrikan contributions to this field.


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My vocab practice

  1. I had to see the Optometrist because my vision was blurry.

  2. The Optometrist recommended I go to the Optician.

  3. The Optometrist recommended I see an Ophthalmologist.

  4. The Ophthalmologist studied Optics in college.


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