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    English grammar continued

    Hi again, sorry I did not complete the last part of that exercise! The sentences are:

    "I've got a headache."
    "I've got a sore throat."
    "I've got a cough."

    Thank you!

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    Re: English grammar continued

    Quote Originally Posted by Annie Mae
    Hi again, sorry I did not complete the last part of that exercise! The sentences are:

    "I've got a headache."
    "I've got a sore throat."
    "I've got a cough."

    Thank you!
    I'll still leave that for you. If you barely spoke English, what words in the sentences would be difficult for you to pronounce, spell, or understand? How would you communicate the meanings to the students? :wink:

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