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* 14 Well-being, Health, Medicine (p.3 of 6)

 

14.11�� When you feel like vomiting

 

I think I�m going to vomit.�� Listen�� <�My stomach is upset. I think I�m going to vomit.�>

I think I�m going to throw up.�� Listen�� <�I have eaten too much. I think I�m going to throw up.�>

I think I�m going to barf.�� Listen�� <�I feel dizzy. I think I�m going to barf.�>

I feel like throwing up.�� Listen�� <�I�m airsick. I feel like throwing up. Ask a flight attendant to give me a barf bag.�>

I feel nauseous.�� Listen�� <�I�m seasick. I feel nauseous.�>

I feel sick to my stomach�� Listen�� <�I can�t eat. I feel sick to my stomach.�>

I�m sick to my stomach.�� Listen�� <�I don�t feel well. I�m sick to my stomach.�>

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14.12�� When you are dizzy

 

I�m dizzy.�� Listen�� <�I have a headache. I�m dizzy.�>

I feel dizzy.�� Listen�� <�I can�t walk. I feel dizzy.�>

I�m so dizzy I have to sit down.�� Listen�� <�The flight was dreadful. I�m so dizzy I have to sit down.�>

I�m so dizzy I can�t stand up.�� Listen�� <�This jet ski ride was the worst experience in my life. I�m so dizzy I can�t stand up.�>

I�m going to faint.�� Listen�� <�Open up the window, let the air in. I�m going to faint.�>

I feel like I�m going to faint.�� Listen�� <�I told you I couldn�t take a boat ride. I feel like I�m going to faint.�>

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14.13�� When you have a pain in the head

 

I have a headache.�� Listen�� <�Give me an aspirin. I have a headache.�>

I have an excruciating headache.�� Listen�� <�I need to go to bed. I have an excruciating headache.�>

I have a migraine.�� Listen�� <�I can hardly walk. I have a migraine.�>

My head hurts.�� Listen�� <�I can�t do any work now. My head hurts.�>

My head is killing me.�� Listen�� <�I can�t talk on the phone now. My head is killing me.�>

My head is pounding.�� Listen�� <�I need a good sleep. My head is pounding.�>

My head is throbbing.�� Listen�� <�I can�t see well. I�m about to vomit. My head is throbbing.�>

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14.14�� When you have a pain in the back

 

I have a pain in my back.�� Listen�� <�I can hardly move. I have a pain in my back.�>

My back hurts.�� Listen�� <�It�s hard for me to walk. My back hurts.�>

My back is sore.�� Listen�� <�I can�t lift a small weight. My back is sore.�>

I have an aching back.�� Listen�� <�It�s impossible for me to drive. I have an aching back.�>

I can't bend over.�� Listen�� <�Something is wrong with my spine. I can�t bend over.�>

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14.15�� When you have a pain in a particular place

 

It hurts here.�� Listen�� A �There is pain in this place.��� <�Look, it hurts there.�>

It hurts when I breathe.�� Listen�� <�Something is wrong with my respiratory tract or probably lungs. It hurts when I breathe.�>

It hurts after I eat.�� Listen�� <�Something is wrong with my liver or stomach. It hurts after I eat.�>

It hurts when I run.�� Listen�� <�Something is wrong with my knees. It hurts when I run.�>

It hurts when I stand up.�� Listen�� <�Something is wrong with my legs. It hurts when I stand up.�>

It hurts when I do this.�� Listen�� <�Look, it hurts when I do this.�>

I can't step down on my foot.�� Listen�� <�I can�t step down on my foot. It hurts very much.�>

I can't put pressure on my foot.�� Listen�� <�I can�t put pressure on my foot. The pain is excruciating.�>

My arm hurts when I move it like this.�� Listen�� <�My arm hurts when I move it like this. And like that, too.�>

My ears hurt when it's noisy.�� Listen�� <�My ears hurt when it is noisy. I get dizzy.�>

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