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Once you are in the pharmacy, you will need to explain how you feel in order to let the pharmacist give you the right medicine. In today's lesson, we'll work on explaining symptoms so you can get the proper treatment and any medicine you may need.
Let's try to make a list of all the possible things you might need.
If you catch a cold, you would ask, Do you have medicine for a cold? Once again, Do you have medicine for a cold? We want to start the question with do you have and since we don't know the type of medicine we want, we can say just medicine and then for the reason, which in this case is a cold. So all together, that's Do you have medicine for a cold?
Let's see how to explain your symptoms.
I have a headache can be said if you're feeling any kind of pain in the head. Once again the word is headache. So, you can say in a sentence, I have a headache. If you have pain in your stomach, you can say, I have a stomachache. Once again, you use the same construction, I have and then you have the area with pain. Stomachache. So all together you have I have a stomachache. I have a stomachache.
Okay, now to close out today's lesson, we'd like you to practice what you've just learned. I'll say the phrase or sentence, and why don't you try saying it out loud? Good luck everybody!
- Do you have any medicine for a cold?
- I have a headache.
- I have a stomachache.
All right, that's going to do it for today! See you all soon!