🤒 Phrasal verbs che potrebbero esserti utili per descrivere il tuo malessere:
Run over – essere investito
Two children were run over and had to go to hospital.
Come down with – ammalarsi
I think I am coming down with flu.
Pass out – svenire
When I got to the top floor I passed out.
Get over – riprendersi da un malanno
After a few days in bed I finally got over the bad flu I had caught.
Abbinata ad alcune parti del corpo in inglese, spesso si usa la parola “ache” che significa dolore.
Stomacache – mal di stomaco
Toothache – mal di denti
Backache – mal di schiena
Headache – mal di testa
Earache – mal di orecchi
Se mai dovessi andare in ospedale o in uno studio medico (speriamo che non si presenti mai l’occasione 😉) con tutte queste parole ed espressioni sarai in grado di spiegare i tuoi sintomi senza difficoltà. Keep well and look after yourself!
Luisa Romano is an English teacher, born and raised in UK. Her parents are Italian, hence her fluency in 2 languages. She started teaching in 2003 as a hobby, soon she realised how much she loved it and decided to give up her office job to fully concentrate herself on the teaching career. Luisa moved to Rome in 2013, she needed a change and above all the Italian sunshine. As a freelance English Teacher, she joined Speexx in 2013 and she has been involved not only in teaching online and face2face but also in various projects such as proofreading and content creation.