Talking About the Flu in Spanish
Learn how to talk about the flu in Spanish. In this Q&A, we discuss the symptoms of the flu, how it is transmitted, complications of the flu, and the flu vaccine. Then we review the key vocabulary in Spanish. You will learn to say the following in Spanish: to catch the flu, body aches, runny nose, side effects and more.
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The lessons offered at docmolly.com are a fun way to practice medical Spanish. They are not intended to teach medicine. As you know, the information for the flu vaccine changes from year to year so the answers below may not be up to date and should not be considered medical advice.
¿Qué es la gripe?
La gripe es una enfermedad causada por el virus de la influenza que afecta la nariz, la garganta y los pulmones.
¿Cuáles son los síntomas de la gripe?
Los síntomas de la gripe son:
- fiebre alta,
- dolor de cabeza,
- tos seca,
- dolor de garganta,
- moqueo y
- dolores corporales.
Las personas sanas normalmente se recuperan en una o dos semanas.
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