Insurance II Mind Map
 
 
 
 

Insurance II - Mind Map

2 years ago by: Thanh Thi Phan
 
 
This is a sample mind map summarizing major key points in four units from 5 to 8 of the book " English for Insurance professionals" in the second term.
  • Insurance II
    • Unit 6 - Car Insurance
      • Types of cars
        • coupe
        • hatchback
        • sedan
        • sports car
        • SUV
      • Parts of the car
        • antenna
        • hook
        • trunk
        • turn signal
        • license plate
        • tire
        • windshield
        • bumper
      • problems with cars
        • Accident
        • crack (v) (n)
          • cracked (adj)
            • solution
              • payment( n)
              • estimate (n)
              • network of repairers
              • legal expense (n)
        • Being stolen (v)
        • crash (n)
      • Key words from a car insurance policy schedule
        • excess (n)
          • Idea
          • Idea
        • endorsement (n)
        • no-claims bonus (n)
        • discount (n)
        • market value (n)
      • Types of car insurance
        • fully comprehensive insurance
        • Third-party, fire, theft
        • Third-party insurance
        • related-vocabulary
          • brand new ( adj)
          • drive (n)
          • write-off (n)
      • Words in the articles
        • acceleration (n)
        • bonus (n)
        • calculate (v)
        • monitor (v)
        • prove (v)
        • reduce (v)
        • save (v)
      • Matching words highlighted to their definitions
        • assess (v)
          • = to make a decision about a person or situation after considering it carefully
        • quote (n)
          • = a statement or estimate of how much something is likely to cost
        • sensibly ( adv)
          • = intelligently with judgement (n)
        • competitors (n)
          • = companies that are in the same business as you
        • to take out insurance ( v)
          • = to buy insurance
      • Insurance fraud
        • fraud (n)
          • = the crime of getting money by deceiving people
        • defraud someone (v)
          • = they take something away from you or stop you from getting what belongs to you by means of tricks and lies
        • fraudster (n)
          • = someone who has committed a fraud
        • fraudulent ( adj)
          • = dishonest and illegal
            • eg: an fraudulent claim (n)
        • scam (n)
          • = an illegal trick, usually with the purpose of getting money from people or avoiding paying tax.
        • to stage
          • = to arrange and perform a play or show
            • to organize an event
            • eg: :They staged an accident to make a fraudulent claim.
        • Car insurance fraud (n)
          • bash (n) = a strong and hard hit
          • damages (n)
          • people carrier (n)
          • tow truck (n)
          • whiplash (n)
    • Unit 7- Private Medical and Health Insurance
      • Healthcare professionals
        • G.P. = general practitioner
        • nurse
        • mid-wife
        • pharmacist
        • counselor
        • consultant
      • PMI (n) = Private Medical Insurance
        • doesn't cover pre-existing conditions
        • Choose two options to take out PMI
          • medical history decleration
          • Moratorium
        • Terms often used in PMI policies
          • doctors = practitioners
            • Medical practitioner
            • complementary practitioner
            • specialist
            • appointed doctor
          • patients
            • in-patient
            • day-patient
            • out-patient
        • Types of conditions ( illnesses)
          • acute condition
            • serious
            • Patients can make a full recovery
          • chronic condition
            • never goes away
          • recurring condition
        • Injury (n)
          • treatment (n)
            • cure (v, n)
              • = to make someone with an illness healthy again
            • rehabilitation (n)
              • arms/ legs
            • medication (n)
        • Questions about health
          • Idea
          • Idea
          • Idea
          • Idea
          • Idea
          • Idea
          • Idea
    • Unit 8 - Challenges facing the Insurance Industry
      • Main challenges
        • Compliance
        • Solvency II
        • Gender Directive
          • European Court of Justice ruling which states that insurers should not consider the sex of policyholders/proposer as a risk factor when calculating premiums of benefits.
          • Idea
        • Climate change
          • Weather conditions ( Natural catastrophes)
            • Drought
            • Flooding
            • lightning
            • Hailstorm
            • Landslide
            • Earthquake
          • Earth-shaking_ counting the cost of the Natural catastrophes to the Insurance sector
            • to happen again
              • To recur (v)=
            • Disasters causes by forces of nature such as earth quake and flooding
              • catastrophes(n)
            • Occurrences caused by caused by weather conditions or the earth movement
              • Geophysical events (n)
            • the size or importance of something
              • magnitude (n)
            • estimate of the likely period of time between events such as large storms or earth quake
              • return period(n)
            • The situation after an event as an earthquake
              • aftermath (n)
    • Unit 5- Buildings and Household Contents Insurance
      • types of house
        • a terraced house
        • a detached house
        • a semi-detached house
        • an apartment
        • a cottage
      • household insurance policy
        • accomodation (n)
        • attempted (adj)
          • attempted theft (n)
        • consecutive (adj)
          • Consecutive events, numbers, etc. follow one after another without an interruption
            • Eg:This is the fifth consecutive weekend that I've spent working.
        • goods (n)
          • items for sale=
            • Eg:They sell leather goods such as wallets, purses, and briefcases=
        • high ( adj)
          • a high risk item
            • a low risk item #
        • personal ( adj)
          • belonging to a single or particular person rather than to a group or an organization
        • inclusive (adj)
          • including the first and last date or number stated
            • Eg: I'll be away from 20 to 31 May inclusive.
          • An inclusive price or amount includes everything
            • Eg: :My rent is $700 a month inclusive (of bills).
      • The customer website
        • wear-and- tear (n)
          • Damage that is caused by continuous use over a long period of time =
        • linen (n)
          • Sheets, towels, and cloth used around the house =
        • excess (n)
          • an amount that is taken off the value of the claim =
          • indemnity (n)
            • compensation for losses or damage=
        • depreciation (n)
          • reduction in the value of an item overtime =
        • piece of mind (n)
          • The feeling of being calm or not needing to worry =
        • locksmith (n)
          • /ˈlɒk.smɪθ/
            • a person who repairs and/or makes locks and supplies keys=
      • The report form a household insurance policy holder
        • a burglary (n)
          • a break-in=
            • the crime of illegally entering a building and stealing things=
        • burglar (n)
          • a person who illegally enters buildings and steals things=
        • to burgle (v)
          • to break into=
            • to enter a building illegally and steal things
              • Eg :When they got back from their holiday they found that their home had been burgled.=
        • to steal (v)
          • to take something without the permission of the owner and keep it
        • hedge (n)
          • a line of bushes or small trees planted very close together,especially along the edge of a garden=
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