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HOW DO YOU FEEL?

 
Choose the correct phrase for the picture.
 

 
 I feel fine.
 
 I feel sick.
 
 I feel good.
 
 

 
 I feel fine.
 
 My stomach hurts.
 
 
 I have a headache.

 
 My tooth hurts.
 
 I feel fine.
 
 
 I have a stomachache.
 
 
 
 
HOW DO THEY FEEL?
 
 
 
 She feels good.
 
 
 She has a fever.
 
 
 She has an earache.
 
 
 She has an earache.
 
 
 She feels fine.
 
 
 She has a cold.
 
 He feels good.
 
 
 He has a headache.
 
 
 He has a stomachache.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 He feels fine.
 
 He has a
toothache.
 
 He has a cold.
 
 He feels good.
 
 He feels sick.
 
 He has a fever.

 
 They have fevers.
 
 They are fine.
 
 They have colds.
 
 
They Don't Feel Well!
 
Use the correct pronoun.

He

She

They

 
 
 

 have .

 has  .

 has a .

 
 

 has .

 has .

 have .

 
 
 
Use the correct forms of the verbs.
have                      has
feel                       feels
 
 

         

He  a cold.

They  headaches.

They  stomachaches.

 
 
 

They  sick.

He  fine.

 sick.

 
 
 

You  an earache.

I  a toothache.

She  fine.

 
 
 
 
 
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