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    #1

    I am sick

    Which of the following is correct, please?

    "I am running a fever today"
    "I am running fever today"
    "I am having a fever today"
    "I am having fever today"

    Thanks.

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    #2

    Re: I am sick

    (not a teacher)

    In my opinion, the 1st one is correct.

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    #3

    Re: I am sick

    "I have a fever today."

    If I had to pick from among your four choices, I would go with number one.

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