At the Doctor's
What should you say to the doctor when you don't feel well?
Listen to the conversations in this report:
Words and expressions from the programme
an abbreviation for General Practitioner, a doctor that can give you health advice, prescribe medicine or recommend that you see a specialist.
I have an appointment to see my G.P. tomorrow.
an illness, sometimes a bad cold (influenza)
Everyone in my office has got the flu.
what happens your body when you have an illness
The symptoms of the flu could be one or any of the following:
a runny nose
Some of expressions you might say to your G.P. when you don't feel well:
I feel dreadful.
I've got an awful sore throat.
I'm all bunged up.
I'm a bit under the weather.
I've got a headache.
I feel a bit achey.
Some more English to describe symptoms in this episode of the Flatmates
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