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  • Welcome to twominuteenglish.com. Teaching you English through two-minute lessons.

  • In this lesson, we will learn phrases you may use to talk to someone about your health.

  • What happened, Gary? You look so tired.

  • I think I'm running a temperature. My head is spinning and my mouth feels dry.

  • Let me check your temperature. Hmmm...You should stay home today. Call your office and let them know.

  • But, I've got some urgent meetings lined up for today. I really can't miss them.

  • Your health is more important than anything else, Gary.

  • Staying up all night everyday this week has probably affected your health. It's time you take some rest.

  • I can't help it. I’m under a lot of pressure at work.

  • I'll speak to your boss, then. If you want to get better, you'd better start by taking the day off.

  • Steve, look at you. Youre so pale. Is everything all right?

  • I couldn't sleep at all last night.

  • Are you tense about something? Maybe I can help you.

  • Well, I'm under a lot of pressure, nowadays. My boss doesn't let me breathe.

  • What did he do now?

  • He told me to take over this project that is behind schedule.

  • I have to meet the deadlinesand the problem is that I leave work exhausted and then I can’t sleep.

  • You should try sleeping pills.

  • The problem is that when I use them, it’s really hard for me to wake up in the morning.

  • Well, maybe your doctor could prescribe a different pill.

  • It wasn’t a doctor who prescribed them. My neighbor gave me some he didn’t take anymore.

  • Are you crazy?! This is very serious! You should never take medication without speaking to your doctor!

  • What’s wrong? You look terrible! Didn’t you get enough sleep last night?

  • No. I partied until five in the morning.

  • Well, that’s why I only go to parties on the weekends.

  • I think I just can’t take late night parties anymore. My head is spinning, like I have a migraine or something.

  • I think you need some rest. You’d better go home.

  • Yeah, I know. I’ll just hand in the report to the boss and tell her I’m not well.

  • Are you Ok to drive?

  • Nah. I’ll call a cab, I guess.

  • Hi Steve. How are you feeling?

  • Horrible. I’ve caught a cold and it's getting worse.

  • Have you seen your doctor?

  • No, not yet. I haven’t had time.

  • You must consult your doctor before it gets worse. There’s this twenty-four-hour virus going around.

  • I know. My sister had it until last night and I guess I caught it from her.

  • You should drink a lot of liquids so you don’t dehydrate.

  • Thanks. That’s good advice. I’ll do that.

  • I think I'm running a temperature. My head is spinning and my mouth feels dry.

  • Youre so pale. Is everything all right?

  • I couldn't sleep at all last night.

  • Well, I'm under a lot of pressure, nowadays.

  • My head is spinning, like I have a migraine or something.

  • I’ve caught a cold and it's getting worse.

  • You must consult your doctor before it gets worse.

  • My sister had it until last night and I guess I caught it from her.

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