Everything hurts! (A2)
Spanish writing exercise

¡Me duele todo!

Ester goes to the doctor because she feels unwell. In this exercise you'll practise the causal connector "porque", El Pretérito Perfecto Compuesto, and the verb "estar" to talk about feelings.

Pay attention to the hints!

Some vocabulary you may want to look up before or during this exercise: "to hurt", "pain (discomfort)", "fever (high temperature)", "flu", "to rest", "medicines" and "syrup (medicine)".

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I'm at the doctor's because everything hurts. My head, throat and leg hurt. Also, I have stomach and foot pain. I think that I have a fever. The doctor examined me and thinks I have flu. He says that I need to rest and he has prescribed [me] some medicines. I have to take a syrup twice a day and a few tablets three times a day. I hope to be better soon.

Clever stuff underway!