Lesson 62 What's the matter with them? What must they do?
headache -> have a headache
earache -> have an earache
toothache -> have a toothache
stomach ache -> have a stomach ache
temperature -> have a temperature
flu -> have flu
measles -> have measles [5mi:zlz] n. [医]麻疹, 风疹, 包虫病, 痧子
mumps -> have mumps [mQmps] 腮腺炎
take/have an aspirin [5AspErin] n. 阿斯匹林(解热镇痛药), 乙酰水杨酸
see a doctor
see a dentist
take some medicine
go to bed
stay in bed
call the doctor
I have a headache. He has a headache.
I must stay at home. He must stay at home.
I have a cold. He has a cold.
I can't go to work. He can't go to work.
I am not well. He is not well.
I feel ill. He feels ill.
I must see a doctor. He must see a doctor.
I do not like doctors. He does not like doctors.
Sam has a temperature, so he must go to bed.
Jane has a stomachache, so she must take some medicine.
She has a headache, so she must take an aspirin.
Susan has mumps, so we must call the doctor.
He has a toothache, so he must see a dentist.
Jimmy has measles, so we must call the doctor.
Dave has flu. He must stay in bed.
Jimmy/ a stomachache/ a headache/ take an aspirin
What's the matter with Jimmy?
Does he have a stomach ache?
No, he doesn't have a stomachache.
He has a headache.
So he must take an aspirin.
Elizabeth/ an earache/ a headache/ take an aspirin
What's matter with Elizabeth?
Does she have an earache?
No, she doesn't have an earache.
She has a headache.
So she must take an aspirin.