基礎英語2 2019/2/11 L186 How is your cold?
11 月 L186 具合はいかがですか…?
Q1: Mr. Gehrig has a cold. Is he getting better or not?
Let’s tune into the story, and find out.
Miki asked Mr. Gehrig, “How is your cold? ”
Mr. Gehrig answered, “It’s getting much better.”
No problem. 問题ないですよ。/どういたしまして。
(be) getting better (get, well)（体、などが）よくなってきている
have a fever 熱がある
not anymore もう〜ない
a little 少しの、わずかな
headache 頭痛, head + ache
stomachache 腹痛 stomach + ache
take it easy のんびりする、休む、くつろぐ
take – to 〜をー連れて行く
-Your English is getting much better.
Thank you for walking Babe.
No problem, Mr. Gehrig. How is your cold?
It’s getting much better.
Do you have a fever?
Not anymore. But I still have a little headache.
How’s your stomach?
My stomachache is gone. I ate a good breakfast this morning.
I’m happy to hear that.
I’ll take it easy today and soon I’ll be fine.
Great! Maybe we can take our dogs to the park together soon.
Q2: Mr. Gehrig is not quite well yet. What problem does he still have because of his cold?
Let’s listen once again for the answer.
-What do you think, listeners?
Mr. Gehrig said, “But I still have a little headache.”
It’s always important to eat a good breakfast.
I agree 100 %. Especially when you have a cold.
I still have a little headache.
have a +症状を表す名詞》で病気や体調について伝えることができます。
have a cold
have a fever
have a stomachache
have a backache 腰痛がする
have a toothache 歯が痛い
have an earache 耳が痛い
Mr. Gehrig had a terrible stomachache, but it’s getting better.
but it’s getting better.
I had a toothache, but it’s getting better.
I had a backache, –
I had a terrible cold, –
a bad cold
I had an earache, but it’s getting better. So let’s listen to the story again.
What’s the matter, Sam?
I have a stomachache.
Well, what did you eat today?
I ate vegetable pie, mashed potatoes, maroon Kathy’s pie, ice cream…
I know why you have a stomachache now.
Smaller meals are better than larger meals, Samantha.
I know, but I was so hungry.