Asking about health – Situational Dialogues – How to say
How’s your father keeping?
He’s been off work for a day or two.
What’s wrong with him?
He’s gone down with a cold.
Tell him I hope he soon feels better.
That’s very kind of you. I’ll pass it on.
Where’s Tony this evening?
He’s not feeling very well.
Really? What’s the trouble?
I think he must have eaten something.
Give him my regards and tell him to take it things easy.
Thank you very much. I’ll tell him what you said.
How’s your brother these days?
He hasn’t been too well just recently.
I’m sorry to hear that. What’s the matter?
I think he’s been over working.
I hope he soon gets over it.
Thank you. He’ll be pleased to hear you asked after him.
I haven’t seen Bob lately. How is he?
As a matter of fact, he’s laid up.
Oh dear! What’s up with him?
We don’t know, but we’re having the doctor in tomorrow.
Let me know if there’s anything I can do.
Thanks very much. I’ll tell him you inquired about him.