As I promised last week, here is the second part of the body series. In today’s lesson you can learn a few more body parts and a couple of expressions you can use if you are not feeling well.
- For the parts of the body, I’ll leave you again with an image (check the pronunciation below). For the expressions, scroll down a bit.
And finally, a couple of basic expressions you can mix and match with the body parts in order to let someone else know that you are not well:
- Tos (cough) and fiebre (fever, temperature) are two common ailments you can suffer while doing the Camino de Santiago. If you want to say that you have a cough or a fever, all you have to say is Tengo (I have) tos or tengo fiebre.
- Another common problem you can have is a pain somewhere in your body. If that is the case, you can say Me duele + body part; e.g. me duele la cabeza (I have a headache).
So how do you say “I have blisters” in Spanish? And “my shoulder hurts”?
Leave your answers in a comment.
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