Total Conversation Program
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L5T1E - I'm not so well.
In this lesson, we are going to learn how to talk about illness and getting better.
Task One: Watch the video and practise saying the words.
Task Two: Write the correct word or words under each picture.
Task Three: Tom and Nok are at school. Listen to their conversation and answer the question below.
What is wrong with Nok's father?
He has a cold.
He has the flu.
Task Four: Listen and repeat the conversation.
Task Five: Choose the right words for Tom to complete the conversation in the video.
Nok: Hi Tom! How are you today?
I'm seventeen years old.
I’m not so well. I have a cold.
I think it's the seventeenth of May.
Nok: Oh dear! Do you have a sore throat?
No, but I have a runny nose and an earache.
Yes, they are. How do you feel about it?
No, thank you. I wouldn't like them.
Nok: You should take some medicine. My dad’s sick as well today.
What did he do wrong?
When did it happen to him?
What’s wrong with him?
Nok: He has a fever and aches and pains. I think it's the flu.
Yes, they are. I hope it's well again soon.
What do you think I should do about him?
He should stay in bed and have lots of hot drinks.
Task Six: Watch the next part of the lesson.
Task Seven: This is Jennifer. She is talking about illness and getting better. Choose the best words to complete her sentences.
1. _____ not very well today.
2. I _____ a headache and a sore throat.
3. My sister is ill too. She has a sore throat, but she _____ have a headache.
4. I'm still going to school because I _____ have a fever.
5. My friends think that I should _____ some medicine.
6. And they say I _____ go to bed early tonight.
Task Eight: Watch the video and answer the questions with your own ideas.
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