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  • Hey, everybody, welcome back to let's talk.

  • This is be your trader, Mira.

  • Excuse me, guys.

  • I'm so story.

  • I have a running nose.

  • Um, you know what?

  • Let me just quickly clear up this mess and I'll be just back.

  • I'll just come back, okay?

  • I'm back.

  • And I'm sure you must have guessed I'm a horrible actor, but that's fine, because what I've got for you today is exactly about sneezing and stuffy nose and runny nose.

  • And you know why?

  • Because these days I've been keeping so unwell just because of the weather outside, it's a little cold to hot toe called in certain ships.

  • So I thought, You know what?

  • Let's talk about how are you feeling?

  • Especially when you're ill or when you're sick.

  • And how do you feel?

  • What hurts?

  • What pains and what takes.

  • Okay, So without further ado, let me quickly start the lesson for today, which is about health problems and health issues and how you can answer the question.

  • How are you feeling?

  • Especially when you wizard a doctor.

  • All right, so let's begin.

  • I'm going to keep it way simple.

  • Why?

  • Because naturally, when you're unwell, right, you want to tell the doctor as to how are you feeling so that he can understand what the problem is and give you medications accordingly.

  • Now we use certain words and terminal larges, which are little informal, right?

  • So let's quickly learn howto answer the question.

  • How are you feeling?

  • Okay, let's begin Dizzy now.

  • Dizzy is a feeling where you're suddenly everything around you is in motion like it's going round and round and round.

  • Have you felt that before?

  • Where?

  • Everything around your moves Now that's being disease.

  • You know, suddenly where the whole earth is going upside down, I think it's being wrong.

  • And you're just like you feel that you're going to faint, Okay?

  • And that's when you can tell the doctor that you're feeling a little dizzy and you might fall.

  • So help me tell me something that you know what is wrong with me.

  • Exactly right.

  • At this point, probably you have a little bit off pain already in your head, and then you start feeling dizzy.

  • Or maybe it could be that, you know, you have been sitting inside the house and suddenly a goat in the daylight, and there's there's a harsh sunlight and you start feeling dizzy, right?

  • So that's what you can say when everything around you is moving round and round, you're basically disease moving on to nausea.

  • Well, nausea is a feeling where, um you know, you don't want to eat anything or you feel like war meeting everything, right?

  • Right.

  • When probably when you look at certain food items and you were like, Oh, please don't give me that.

  • It's I'm feeling, nor she attic, right?

  • And that is when you can use nausea when you feel like everything inside your stomach is not going to come out, You basically want to throw up.

  • You want to warm it and you have us nausea towards certain things in front of you, especially when it comes to food.

  • Okay, more want to puke ish now, nausea on bookish, our little inter related.

  • But you know what?

  • When it comes to puke issue probably have gone to the doctor after you've only permitted take it When that happens, when you feel puke, issue probably vomited.

  • And then you went to tell Tell the doctor that I'm continuously feeling puckish.

  • I have already booked once at home, basically have already vomited okay.

  • And then you've gone to tell the doctor that you're feeling puckish all the time.

  • So what is the problem?

  • Have I eaten something wrong?

  • Have I eaten bad food?

  • And is that why I have some food poisoning because of because of which I'm vomiting.

  • So that is when you can either choose nausea or choose puke ish.

  • Okay, moving onto giddy.

  • Now, this is when you suddenly get up and you feel the rush.

  • You knows you suddenly there's a blackout in front of you and your head starts spinning again, right?

  • So you're also your head spins.

  • And also, there's a certain blackout.

  • You know that joke when you're sitting and you get him on your leg.

  • Okay, I think I just lost balance and there was a blackout.

  • So that's when you can feel a little giddy.

  • OK, now, itchy right.

  • You feel like you're continously scratching and it's all itchy.

  • So when you go to the doctor and there are a lot of rashes okay in different patches and the doctor says, How are you feeling?

  • What happened?

  • You can say that I'm feeling itchy like Oh my God!

  • Everything is scratching right when you're And when there are rashes so you can have rashes on different parts of your body.

  • And you can tell the doctor that I'm feeling itchy continuously, Even in your scalp, you feel itchy, especially when your scalp is dry.

  • Agree?

  • Great.

  • That is when you can tell the doctor you feel a little itchy and then you can tell in which body part are you feeling itchy, runny nose?

  • Now, this is exactly what I was telling When When you sneeze.

  • Okay, is when?

  • Okay.

  • And that is when you have a runny nose like you.

  • Continuously, you only have, ah, viral infection in your body because of which you have running nose and you feel like you're either going to sneeze or you want to blow your nose in a handkerchief.

  • And that is when you're feeling a little cool or next up.

  • Feverish is when you feel a little cooled, okay?

  • And you can tell the doctor that doctor, I'm feeling a little feverish.

  • That means your body is warm, warm body, but you're feeling cold.

  • And that is exactly when you know that you're feeling feverish, and then the doctor will give you medications accordingly.

  • moving on from How are you feeling, too?

  • What kind of EKG pain, hurt or soreness?

  • Does your body cause?

  • Because you cannot say that you know what?

  • I have a sore head.

  • That doesn't make sense.

  • Let us understand what sordidness means.

  • Soreness means anything that is swollen inflammation, any body part like particular ones that everything your when they get in from a tid right on when there is it's swollen because of certain irritation because of certain are probably something has bitten it right or because of infections in the environment around.

  • It's getting a little sore swollen.

  • So now when it comes to soreness, you can tell the doctor that I have a sore throat.

  • Okay, now sore throat is also related to feverish.

  • You feel cool and you throw this store again.

  • That's a sign off viral infection where you're through this all right.

  • From the inside, you can't eat or gulp anything, even water.

  • That's why people suggest when you have soared toward people, suggest to drink honey.

  • Warm water.

  • Okay, moving on to sore eyes there at that times, when even in your school or your college, when there's infection all around and your eyes.

  • Catch that infection and your eyes become red and then you have to wear gold girls.

  • Then you have to go to the doctor on the doctor gives you.

  • I drops, right?

  • So swore I sore eyes.

  • You can always say four eyes and you have to, um, go to an eye specialist, which was an ophthalmologist, and he will give you eye drops and cure your sore eyes moving onto sore muscles, especially sports sportsmen or even you guys who do not work out every day.

  • But one day you go out for a walk, and suddenly your muscles are really, really swollen, right?

  • Why?

  • Because your it's your given them a joke, right?

  • A new sensation and a feeling, and it's all painting.

  • You can get up, you can sit, you can walk around, and that is when you have sore muscles, especially after a lot off exercise.

  • Okay.

  • Ah, sometimes you there.

  • There's a certain us small in your shoulders, sometimes smalling, and that is when you can also say that you have a sore shoulder in particular, like you can see over here, even when you're sure your shoulder can either be sore when your muscle in the shoulder are sore and swollen.

  • Your shoulder can also get hot.

  • Okay, now slowly moving onto hood.

  • Now what is the meaning?

  • Off put now.

  • Hurt is sort of a synonym for pain.

  • You it's paining, right?

  • You can also say it's hurting.

  • So now what all body parts can you use when you say, use the word hut Well, your hand can hurt.

  • You can tell someone that your hand is hurting.

  • Your leg is hurting.

  • Your shoulder is also hurting.

  • Your shoulder can also be sore moving on toe elbows your you've hurt your elbow and you get certainly that feeling And you can tell someone that Hey, my my elbow hose and your knee can also get caught trying.

  • So with heart, you can use these body parts.

  • Now the most common thing that we use is egg, right, Aching, paining, right?

  • Similarly, when you use the word ick what all can you use with egg?

  • You can see your head X right?

  • You're do think so.

  • You can have the doctor.

  • Doctor, I think I have a bad to think and you give me a medicine for my toothache.

  • You can You you're can take, You know, it can get on red and scratching and itchy, and it can hurt.

  • No, it will egg.

  • Right.

  • So you're big do with egg head egg back big.

  • When you have a backache, you can only use it and not hood.

  • Your back has gotten hot, but your back.

  • But you have a back ache.

  • That's how you would use backing and most common stomach egg because off anything like it could be some food problem or could be a normal egg.

  • So that is how you would use hurt for hand, leg, shoulder, elbow, knee and egg with hair, too.

  • With your back and stomach.

  • I hope you have understood a little bit of vocabulary today and you would probably able to express to the doctor How are you feeling exactly?

  • And what hurts?

  • What eggs.

  • What is sore?

  • All right, that's it for today, guys.

  • I will be meeting you very soon with another interesting topic.

  • Until then, stay healthy.

  • Keep smiling.

Hey, everybody, welcome back to let's talk.

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初學者英語口語課程--使用Ache, Pain, Hurt的英語錯誤|ESL詞彙 (English Speaking Lesson for Beginners - English Mistakes using Ache, Pain, Hurt | ESL Vocabulary)

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