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electricity
/ɪˌɫɛkˈtɹɪsəti/
noun
a form of energy that is carried by wires, cables, etc. and is used for lighting, heating, driving machines, etc.
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natural
/ˈnætʃɝəɫ/, /ˈnætʃɹəɫ/
adjective
existing in or originating from nature
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to change
/ˈtʃeɪndʒ/
verb
to make a person or thing different
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cold
/ˈkoʊɫd/
noun
a mild disease that we usually get when viruses affect our body and make us cough, sneeze, or have fever
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to cough
/ˈkɑf/, /ˈkɔf/
verb
to push air out of our mouth with a sudden noise
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fever
/ˈfivɝ/
noun
a condition when the body temperature rises, usually when we are sick
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sore throat
/sˈoːɹ θɹˈoʊt/
noun
a condition when you feel pain in the throat, usually caused by bacteria or viruses
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glad
/ˈɡɫæd/
adjective
feeling happy or pleased
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common
/ˈkɑmən/
adjective
found or happening often
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remedy
/ˈɹɛmədi/
noun
a treatment or medicine for a disease or to reduce pain that is not severe
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chamomile
/kˈæməmˌaɪl/
noun
a herb with small white flowers and a pleasant, soothing aroma
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cough syrup
/kɔf sɪɹʌp/
noun
a liquid medicine that helps one to stop coughing
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chicken soup
/tʃˈɪkɪn sˈuːp/
noun
a soup made from chicken, vegetables, herbs, and sometimes noodles or rice, often consumed during times of illness or in cold weather
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cold medicine
/kˈoʊld mˈɛdəsən/
noun
a type of medication used to relieve the symptoms of the common cold, such as runny nose, cough, and sore throat
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eye drops
/ˈaɪ dɹˈɑːps/
noun
liquid medication dropped into the eye with the use of a special device that releases one drop at a time
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aspirin
/ˈæspɹɪn/
noun
a type of medicine taken to relieve pain, bring down a fever, etc.
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antacid
/ˈæntˌæsɪd/
noun
medication that reduces or neutralizes the acidity of the body, particularly the stomach
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nasal spray
/nˈeɪzəl spɹˈeɪ/
noun
liquid medication sprayed into the nose with the use of a special device
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ice pack
/ˈaɪs pˈæk/
noun
a waterproof bag filled with frozen material, such as crushed ice, used to cool parts of the body to reduce swelling, relieve pain, etc.
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pill
/ˈpɪɫ/
noun
a small round medication we take whole when we are sick
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exhausted
/ɪɡˈzɔstɪd/
adjective
completely drained of energy, often due to physical or mental exertion
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all right
/ˈɔːl ɹˈaɪt/
interjection
a word used to show that we agree

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to get
/ˈɡɛt/, /ˈɡɪt/
verb
to receive or come to have something
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to drink
/ˈdɹɪŋk/
verb
to put water, coffe, or other type of liquid inside of our body through our mouth
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to take
/ˈteɪk/
verb
to reach for something and hold it
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to stay
/ˈsteɪ/
verb
to not move or leave
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to work
/ˈwɜrk/
verb
to do certain physical or mental activities in order to achieve a result or as a part of our job
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advice
/ædˈvaɪs/, /ədˈvaɪs/
noun
a suggestion or an opinion that is given with regard to making the best decision in a specific situation
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to hurt
/ˈhɝt/
verb
to cause injury or physical pain to yourself or someone else
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sore
/sɔːr/
adjective
(of a body part) feeling painful or tender, often as a result of injury, strain, or illness
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dry
/ˈdɹaɪ/
adjective
lacking moisture or liquid
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heart
/ˈhɑɹt/
noun
the body part that pushes the blood to go to all parts of our body
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to beat
/ˈbit/
verb
to hit somebody or something hard several times using one's hand or other objects such as a stick
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to lose
/ˈɫuz/
verb
to be deprived of or stop having someone or something
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piece
/ˈpis/
noun
a part of an object, broken or cut from a larger one
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skin
/ˈskɪn/
noun
the thin layer of tissue that covers the body of a person or an animal
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brain
/ˈbɹeɪn/
noun
the body part that is inside our head controlling how we feel, think, move, etc.
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signal
/ˈsɪɡnəɫ/
noun
a gesture or action used to convey a message without using words
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to stop
/ˈstɑp/
verb
to not move anymore
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asleep
/əˈsɫip/
adjective
not awake and in a state of sleep
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cell
/ˈsɛɫ/
noun
(biology) an organism's smallest unit, capable of functioning on its own
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to help
/ˈhɛɫp/
verb
to give someone what they need or to make doing something easier or possible for them
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to tell
/ˈtɛɫ/
verb
to use words and give someone information
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