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BV! 1 Ch. 14

Herron, BV! 1, Vocabulaire 14.1

la santé health
en bonne santé in good health
en mauvaise santé in poor health
une infection an infection
un frisson a chill
la grippe the flu
un rhume a cold
une angine a throat infection
une angine de poitrine heart pain (angina)
une sinusite aiguë a sinus infection
une allergie an allergy
un mouchoir a handkerchief
un kleenex a tissue
se sentir bien / mal to feel well / sick
être enrhumé(e) to have a cold
s'enrhumer to catch a cold
tousser to cough
éternuer to sneeze
avoir mal à la tête to have a headache
avoir mal au ventre to have a stomachache
avoir mal aux oreilles to have an earache
avoir mal à la gorge to have a sore throat
avoir de la fièvre to have a fever
avoir le nez qui coule to have a runny nose
avoir les yeux qui piquent to have itchy eyes
avoir la gorge qui gratte to have a scratchy throat
malade sick
viral(e) viral
bactérien(ne) bacterial
me sens nous sentons te sens vous sentez se sent se sentent PP = senti Conjuguez le verbe SE SENTIR.
Où avez-vous mal ? Where does it (do you) hurt?
avoir mal au cœur to have a stomachache (figurative expression)
allergique (à) allergic (to)
(prendre) un médicament (to take) a medication
un sirop a syrup
de la pénicilline some penicillin
de l’aspirine (f.) some aspirin
À tes / vos souhaits ! Bless you! (familiar / formal or plural)
Qu’est-ce qu’il a ? What’s wrong with him? / What's his ailment?
le / la pauvre poor thing
Atchoum ! what a French sneeze sounds like
la temperature temperature
Created by: herronm