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  1- What is the matter?
 
                                                                   
          a- He has got a ..................                        b- They have got a .................                  c- She has got ...................    
  sore throat.                                                 flu.                                                         cold.
  fever.                                               toothache.                                       sore throat.
  backache.                                          headache.                                       toothache.
 
 
  2- crossword:
1
2
3
 
 
            1-      2-    
 
                                     3-  
 
 
  3- Wordsearch:
 

        - find these words:

    1-       2-     3-  

 
         4-          5- 
  
  4- Choose the correct words to complete the sentence:
 
                        ( toothache  -  backache  -  headache  -  sore throat  -  fever  -  cold  -  earache )
 
     He has got a  .
 
 
  He has got a .
 
 He has got an .
 
 He has got a .
 
 She has got a .
 
 
 He has got a .
 
 
 
 He has got a .
 
 
       

 

       


 

 

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