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Your friend isn’t feeling well.

Help your friend feel better.

IN THIS LESSON, YOU WILL

1. Listen to an explanation of your friend’s symptoms.
2. Talk about the possible cause of your friend’s symptoms.
3. Suggest a home remedy for your friend.

PRACTICE

STEP A EXERCISE

Choose the correct answers.

1. Did you hurt _____ again? Please be more careful.

  • myself
  • yourself
  • itself

 

2. Ashley: “I’m going to start exercising.”

→ Ashley _____ that she was going to start exercising.

  • told
  • said
  • asked

 

3. I’m only 50% sure, but I think it _____ be stress.

  • might
  • must
  • could

 

4. Mia: “I tried losing weight before.”

→ Mia said that she _____ losing weight before.

  • tries
  • had tried
  • have tried

 

5. I really have no idea… It _____ be Ross River Fever.

  • might
  • must
  • could

STEP B EXERCISE

Make sentences with if using the pictures and words.

1. ginkgo nuts: cough

2. green tea: sore throat

3. peppermint tea: stomachache

4. almonds: headache

MISSION

Challenge 1

You’re watching the evening news on TV.


Listen to the health report.

Remember?

  • if
  • said that

COMPREHENSION QUESTIONS

  1. What is the local health department warning about?
    • colds
    • hay fever
  2. What are the symptoms?
    • a cough, runny nose, and itchy eyes
    • a headache, chest pain, and high blood pressure
  3. What can you do to have fewer or less severe symptoms?
    • wear a face mask
    • get at least eight hours of sleep

Challenge 2

Your friend is sick. He/She called you to cancel your plans.


Listen to your friend’s symptoms. Then, tell him/her about the health report that you heard on the news earlier.

Remember?

  • could
  • might
  • must
  • said that

Challenge 3

It's a few days later, but your friend still isn't feeling better, so you went to his/her apartment to check on him/her.
Suggest a home remedy to help his/her symptoms.

Remember?

  • reflexive pronouns

Some home remedies for hay fever:

  • Grapefruit and lemon. Boil in one cup of water for 15 minutes. Let it cool, then drink.
  • Lavender or peppermint oil. Mix one to three drops of lavender or peppermint oil with one tablespoon coconut oil. Apply to the nose and feet.

FEEDBACK

Help your friend feel better.

MISSION ACHIEVEMENT

  • 4
    Very Good

    Could complete the task with ease

  • 3
    Good

    Could complete the task with some clarifications

  • 2
    Fair

    Could complete the task with additional instructions

  • 1
    Poor

    Could somehow complete the task with difficulty

PERSONALIZED FEEDBACK

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