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Dear Teachers,

1. How do you go to school everyday?

2. How do you come to school every day?

- Which is the correct sentence?

3. - What's the matter with you?

- What's up with you?

- I've got a headache. - I've got a temperature/ a fever.

- I've got a toothache. - I've got a stomachache.

- I've got a sore throat. - I've got a runny nose.

- I've got a cold.

- Are these natural to say?

- Thanks very much to Teachers.

Stevenukd
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1. How do you go to school everyday? You are asking when you are not actually at the school and you are asking how they go there.

2. How do you come to school every day? You are both at the school already and you are asking how they come here.

3. - What's the matter with you?

- What's up with you?

Both ok but might sound a bit abrupt. Both are also used when someone is in a bad mood or angry and you want to know why. If you think someone is unwell you usually ask 'Are you alright?' or 'Are you feeling ok?'. Of course, if you are a doctor you can be a bit more direct but they usually still say something like 'So, how can I help you?' or 'What can I do for you today?'.

- I've got a headache. - I've got a temperature/ a fever.

- I've got a toothache. - I've got a stomachache. (For some reason toothache is one word but stomach ache is two words.)

- I've got a sore throat. - I've got a runny nose.

- I've got a cold.

All sound natural. And I really have got a sore throat today.
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Dear nona the bri,

Thanks for your help. You had a sore throat yesterday? oh! that's too bad! get better soon!

Best wishes,

Stevenukd.