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ENGLISH FOR TOURISTS
topic: HEALTH - What's wrong?


Choose the correct word to complete each of the following sentences:


1) I lost my (glasses/glass).

2) I have a (fever/heat).

3) I need to (refill/redo) my prescription.

4) I feel (dizzy/unclear).

5) Her face is (swollen/larger).

6) My husband got a bad (sunburn/roast).

7) I have been (coughing/cough) all night.

8) My son feels (better/good) than he did yesterday.

9) My daughter has been (vomiting/releasing) for four hours.

10) I think I (sprained/stained) my ankle.

11) My wife got a (rash/red) on her arm.

12) I (injured/pained) ( = hurt) myself skiing.








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