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Bien Dit! Book 2

Bien Dit! Book 2 Chapter 8 Voc. 1

avoir la grippe/de la fièvre to have the flu/a fever
se blesser to injure oneself
le bras arm
se brûler to burn oneself
se casser to break (one’s leg)
le cerveau brain
la cheville ankle
le cœur heart
le corps body
le cou neck
le dentiste dentist
le doigt (de pied) finger (toe)
le dos back
l’épaule (f.) shoulder
l’estomac (m.) stomach
éternuer to sneeze
être fatigué(e) to be tired
se fouler to twist (one’s ankle/wrist)
le front forehead
le genou knee
la jambe leg
la joue cheek
la lèvre lip
la main hand
malade sick
le médecin doctor
le muscle muscle
l’œil (m.) eye
l’os (m.) bone
le pied foot
le poignet wrist
le poumon lung
prendre la température to take a temperature
le sourcil eyebrow
tousser to cough
le visage face
Ça n’a pas l’air d’aller. You don’t seem to be doing well.
J’ai mal dormi. I slept badly.
Je me sens mal. I feel ill.
Je ne me sens pas bien. I don’t feel well.
Non, je ne suis pas en forme. No, I’m not in good shape.
Qu’est-ce que tu as? What’s wrong?
Qu’est-ce qu’il y a? What’s wrong?
Tu n’as pas bonne mine... You don’t look good . . .
Tu as mauvaise mine. You look bad.
Tu as l’air... You seem . . .
J’ai mal aux dents/à la tête/à l’estomac. I have a(n) . . . ache.
Je te conseille de prendre des comprimés. I advise you to . . .
Je me suis coupé le doigt. I cut my . . .
Il est important que tu le désinfectes. It is important that . . .disinfect.
J’ai le nez qui coule. I have a runny nose.
Il faut que tu achètes un médicament. It is necessary that . . .
J’ai mal au cœur. I’m nauseated.
Tu dois boire de l’eau gazeuse. You must . . . carbonated
Created by: michellecorson