stomach ache/belly ache/tummy ache
dizzy/vertigo – This is when you feel like the room is spinning
nauseated – This is when you feel like you might throw up.
pain in a part of your body
Here’s a dialog of a person visiting a doctor. Try to say it out loud and practice your pronunciation.
Dr. Spicey: Hi, My name is Dr. Spicey. Could you tell me what’s going on with you?
You: Yeah, I have reoccurring headaches.
Dr. Spicey: Which part of your head? Are they on your forehead?
You: No, they are right above my nose, by my eyes.
Dr. Spicey: How often do you get them?
You: Almost every day.
Dr. Spicey: What time of day?
You: In the afternoon usually.
Dr. Spicey: I see…
You: Will I be okay?
Dr. Spicey: Of course. Just take this medicine and you’ll feel a lot better. You are having tension headaches.
You: Okay, thank you so much. I will start taking the medicine. How often do I take the pills?
Dr. Spicey: Just 1 pill once a day.
How did you do? Try it again, but this time try a different symptom instead of a headache and see if you can walk through the whole conversation.