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  • 1. Brittany Martinez Period 2 Where to go if you get sick • If you have a cold, you can go to a pharmacy to get medicine; they are usually open from 9:00am to 1:30pm. But in bigger cities some are open 24 hours HOW TO TELL SOMEONE YOU ARE HURT AND INJURED If you need to tell someone that you are sick or you are injured, you need to know the word Doler, which is to cause pain. The format of the sentence, A+ person + (indirect object pronoun) + (verb) + (subject) Also you need to know the names of parts of your body. These are examples of how to tell someone you are hurt or sick • Estoy enferma/o –I am sick • Me siento mal- I feel bad • Tengo un dolor • Tengo fiebre • Tengo gripe This is how to explain what hurts or what is hurting you. First you have to know how to use the word doler, Oue≠ nosotros. Basically that means that, you change the o to ue except after nosotros. Examples: • A mi me duele la cabeza – My head hurts • A Dalton le duele la piema- Dalton’s leg hurts • A Kevin le deule la espalda – Kevin’s back hurts You might also need to know how to say how long it has hurt for. In order to do so, you need to know the phrase “hace (time) que__________” Examples: • Hace dos horas a mi me duele la estomago • Hace semana a Kevin le duele la espalda • Hace un dia a Sam le duele la lengua There are different times you can use there are • Hour-hora • Day-dia • Week-semana • Month-meze • Year-ano
  • 2. AT THE DOCTOR’S OFFICE If you find yourself in need of a doctor, this information should help you communicate. Doctors will need to ask many questions when they are examining you. These are common questions that he/she will probably ask:  ¿Como te sientes? (How do you feel)  Que tienes  ¿Que tienes? (What hurts?)  ¿Cuánto tiempo hace que __________________? (How long has ________________ been happening) After the examination, the doctor will provide you with advice. He/she may use the phrase “Creo que debes” which means that he/she thinks you should do something. Here is a list of things that a doctor may suggest:  Dormir—to sleep  Descansar—to rest  Tomar algo—to take something (tomar agua—to drink water)