• dizzy • down • under • ankle • hoarse
• pain • back • rash • nose • finger
A: What's wrong Julie? You don't look very well.
B: I'm feeling a bit under the weather.
A: Before Francine fainted, she felt dizzy all of a sudden.
B: Poor thing.
A: I have to get better before the weekend. We have a very important game at the college.
B: Don't worry. If you take care of your cold, you'll be back on your feet in no time.
A: I'm feeling a bit run down.
В: I feel the same way too. It must be the weather.
A: Why is your hand red?
В: I don't know. I've had a terrible rash since this morning.
A: John's voice is so hoarse.
В: I know. I barely recognised him this morning on the phone.
A: I need to blow my nose again.
B: You really have a bad cold, don't you?
A: I cut my finger as I was chopping some onions earlier today.
B: Ouch! That must have hurt.
A: Oh no, I think I've sprained my ankle again.
B: Be careful!
A: What's wrong Tom?
B: I've got an excruciating pain in my stomach. I should go see a doctor.