-Feeling ill-

-Feeling ill-
Medical Feeling ill
You look a bit pale. Sei un po' pallida.
Are you all right? Stai bene?
I'm not feeling too well at all. Non mi sento per niente bene.
What's wrong? Cosa c'è che non va?
I think I'm coming down with something. Credo che mi stia venendo qualcosa.
I started feeling a bit dodgy at work about lunchtime. Ho cominciato a sentirmi debole verso l'ora di pranzo al lavoro.
I've got a splitting headache, sore eyes, and aching bones. Ho un mal di testa lancinante, gli occhi irritati e le ossa doloranti.
Have you got a stuffy nose? Hai il naso chiuso?
Have you checked your temperature? Ti sei misurata la febbre?
You feel quite hot. Sei piuttosto calda.
I'll get the thermometer. Vado a prendere il termometro.
You have got a temperature of 38В°. Hai la febbre a 38В°.
You should go to bed. Dovresti metterti a letto.
Take a couple of pills and see how you feel in the morning. Prendi un paio di pillole e vedi come ti senti domattina.
Make sure you drink plenty of fluids and keep warm. Cerca di bere molti liquidi e stai al caldo.
If I feel like this tomorrow morning I think I'll ring in sick. Se mi sento così domattina credo che chiamerò per dire che sono malata.
I'll ring the doctor and make an appointment. Chiamo il dottore e fisso un appuntamento.
Get well soon! Guarisci presto!

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