TELLING THE DOCTOR

I feel unwell.

Non mi sento bene.

I feel ill.

Mi sento male.

I have a headache.

Ho mal di testa.

I have stomach ache.

Ho mal di stomaco.

Can you give me something for the pain?

Puo' darmi qualcosa per il dolore?

I have a temperature.

Ho la febbre.

I feel dizzy.

Ho le vertigini.

I have been sick.

Ho vomitato.

I've been stung by a bee/wasp.

Sono stato punto da un'ape/una vespa.

She's allergic to...

Ella e' allergica a...

His thumb is swollen.

Il suo dito gonfiato.

I have toothache.

Ho mal di denti.

It is not serious.

Non e' grave.

WHAT THE DOCTOR SAYS

What's the matter?

Che cosa succede?

Here is a prescription for some tabets.

Qui c'e' una ricetta per alcune compresse.

Take one, three times a day, after each meal.

Ne prenda una, tre volte al giorno, dopo ogni pasto.

Is this the first time this has happened?

E' la prima volta che le succede questo?

I advise you to go to hospital.

Le consiglio di andare in ospedale.

The chemist's opens at 8am.

La farmacia apre alle otto.

AT THE CHEMIST'S

I would like some plasters, please.

Per favore, avrei bisogno di cerotti.

Do you have anything for a cold?

Ha qualcosa per il raffreddore?

I need some tissues.

Avrei bisogno di garze.

Can you recommend an insect repellant?

Mi puo' consigliare un repellente per gli insetti?

My friend has sunburn.

Il mio amico ha una scottatura da sole.



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