Warm up Look at the picture and say what the problem they are. Are you sick? I ve got a _____?
Listening and speaking What s the matter with you? Sandy has a _______ headache toothache cold
Useful expressions Asking about someones healthPossible responses How are you feeling? How are you today? How s your health? You look pale. Are you ill/sick? I m feeling sick/tired/good. I m fine, thanks. Lately, it has not been very good. I m fit as a fiddle. I m doing great. Yes, I m not feeling so hot. I don t feeel well at all. I have been sick since … No, I'm doing fine.
It sounds like bronchitis. It sounds as if you ve caught cold. I should say you ve caught cold. I should think you ve got the flu.
Example A: YOU don t look well. What s wrong? B: I have a sore throat. A: I suggest you drink some hot tea. Health problems advice A headacheGet a good massage. A backachePlace a hot towel on the back. A coughDrink some hot tea. A toothacheCall the dentist. A burnPut ice on it. A bad coldStay in bed. A feverTake a hot bath and sleep well. A sore throatDrink some hot tea.
I have a headache. I have a splitting headache. I have a stomach-ache. I feel a dull pain in the stomach. I seem to have pain all over. I m aching all over.
Patient information form Name: Tom Age: 16 What is your problem today? _________________________________ ________________________________ ______________________
Homework Ask about someone s health Give advice on health problems preparation for lessons before class