Josh is sick. He's really sick. He's got the classic symptoms of someone who works too hard and cares too much (and who's fighting off viral attacks to his immune system). But, hey, it comes with the territory. Check out some of his symptoms and solutions for his predicament!
One English teacher will tell you how he feels
So you will be able to tell others how you feel
There is not a whole lot to say on days like this.
If you can hear my voice, you can see I'm a little bit under the weather, to use an expression. I am feeling like crap.
I'm sick. I got a fever. Cough-cough-cough.
I have a terrible cough. It's a deep, lung-splitting cough. It's a cough that splits my lungs. It's a lung-splitting cough. There is a compound adjective for you to compound my problems.
Congested nose. My ears are stuffed. I'm bald.
S-I-C-K as a dog.
I'm sweating. I'm a mess.
Oh, yeah. Before I forget, a lot of my viewers want to see a preview of the next video. Here it is!
I've got a runny nose, runny eyes, a sore throat. It hurts to swallow.
I'm pushing through. I'm overcoming adversity; overcoming viruses and bacterias and internal attacks on my immune system.
And hopefully I won't make all of my students sick too. And then I'll be out of a job for a couple of weeks.
And I have to shave too.
What do you do? How do you get better? But, how do you get better? How do you get better? Time. Time heals all. Time will tell. They say, I guess. Hopefully. We'll see.
What kinds of things do you do to make yourself feel better? Well, you can take some medicine. Maybe some Tylenol, some aspirin, some acetaphetamine. I think that's what they call it. You can rest, lay down in bed, eat chicken soup. But, really, basically, the only thing you can do is give it some time, and it should heal itself; your body should heal itself and you'll get better. But it's awful. I feel, like... I feel just... like, bad.