Flu Symptoms in Spanish

Señora Garcia presents with a terrible cold to the clinic. Following the clinical dialogue, we practice expressing flu and common cold symptoms.

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  • 1:30 Clinical Dialogue - The Flu in Pregnancy
  • 3:04 Symptoms of the Flu and Common Cold

Symptoms of the Flu and Common Cold

3:04

Let’s review señora García’s symptoms, focusing on symptoms typical of the common cold.

Tengo un resfriado terrible.
(I have a terrible cold.)

Estoy resfriado/a.
(I have a cold.)

Tengo moqueo (nasal).
(I have a runny nose.)

Tengo dolor de garganta.
(I have a sore throat.)

¿Le duele la garganta?
Does your throat hurt?

Me duele al tragar.
(It hurts to swallow.)

A + EL > AL + TRAGAR = upon swallowing

Do you have a cough?
(Tiene tos?)

Toser
(to cough)

Conjugation of TOSER > TOSO / TOSES / TOSE / TOSEMOS / TOSEN

¿Está tosiendo mucho?
(Are you coughing a lot?)

Toso mucho.
(I cough a lot.)

¿Tiene flemas?
(Are you bringing up phlegm?)

It’s a dry cough.
(Es una tos seca.)

la nariz tapada
(stuffy nose)

Tengo la nariz tapada.
(I have a stuffy nose.)


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