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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #94064: Health problems
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    Health problems




     headache watery eyes plaster cast
     flu runny nose sprain
     to catch a cold pink eye blister
     cough nosebleed band-aid
     hay fever bruise splinter
     to sneeze scratch to shiver
     swollen bump his teeth are chattering



    She feels fine.  He feels sick.She is blowing her nose.He has a fever

     He has a severe sunburn. It has got the hiccups. She has goose pimples.He feels dizzy.She is going to faint.

       mumps (+v. sing.)  
     measles (+ v. sing.)  whooping-cough chicken pox
      a shot
     



     Pain

     (n.)
     a pain can be sudden: After the match I had a terrible pain in my leg.
     painkiller 

     to be a pain in the neck: to be very annoying (être casse-pieds) (style familier)

     Ache

     (n.)
     an ache is a continuous dull pain  / It is used with 'back, tooth, head, stomach, ear'  (backache, toothache...)
     
     heartache 

     (v.) to ache
     I am aching all over

     Sore

    (adj.) sore = painful   
     to have a sore throat 

     Hurting when used or touched                                                              

     Ill

     Sick  

     (adj.)
     (US)  To be sick = To be ill 
     (UK) to be sick = to be nauseous     to be seasick  to be airsick

        this child is ill, he is a sick child.






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    Ashley
    Betty
    Snoopy
    Brian
    Cliff
    Chelsea
    Bill
     What's wrong with Ashley?  She has
     What's wrong with Betty? She has
     What's wrong with Snoopy? He has
     What's wrong with Brian? He has
     What's wrong with Cliff? He has
     What's wrong with Chelsea? She has
     What's wrong with Bill? He has

     

     

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      Could you lend me a handkerchief please? I have .


      I fell off my bike yesterday and  my hands and knees. I cleaned them and put on band-aids.

     
      Pat is allergic to pollen; she has been  all day.

     
       results from involuntary spasms of the diaphragm. To stop it, try to breathe into a paper bag five times in a row.

     
       is a contagious disease that causes fever and swollen salivary glands.

     
      Betty has a fever; it makes her feel  all over her body.

     
      When she is very hungry, Lucy feels sick and  as if she was about to faint.

     
       can strike more easily than you might think. Use a special cream to protect yourself from the dangerous rays of the sun.

     
       are those black and blue marks you get after you take a punch to your body.










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