L’influenza stagionale | Italian vocabulary


Ciao a tutti e bentornati nel mio blog!
Hello everyone and welcome back to my blog!

Oggi parliamo dell’influenza stagionale, che viene appunto ogni anno al cambio di stagione, per imparare nuove parole e nuove espressioni.
In today’s post we are talking about seasonal flu, which you get every year when seasons change, to learn new words and new expressions.

Vediamo quali sono le frasi tipiche che si dicono quando si sta male.
Let’s have a look at typical sentences you say when you are sick.

Non mi sento molto bene = I don’t feel very well

Mi sento male = I feel sick

Sto male = I am sick

Ho l’influenza = I have got flu

Ho la febbre alta = I have got high temperature

Ho il raffreddore / Ho un brutto raffreddore = I have got a cold / I have got a bad cold

Ho la tosse / Ho una brutta tosse = I have got a cough / I have got a bad cough

Ho mal di testa = I have got a headache

Io mi sono presa l’influenza poco tempo fa ed è stato bruttissimo, ero debole, avevo la febbre alta, la nausea e non avevo voglia di mangiare, perciò è stato difficile recuperare le energie.
I caught the flu not too long ago and it was not nice at all, I was weak, I had high temperature, nausea and I didn’t feel like eating, so it was difficult to recover.

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What about you? Let me know in the comments!

 


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