155 – Be Sick vs. Catch a Cold vs. Have a Cold – Vocabulary Lesson

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155 - Be Sick vs. Catch a Cold vs. Have a Cold - Vocabulary Lesson

He hasn’t caught a cold in 25 years!

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You can be sick, have a cold, or catch a cold For today’s English lesson, we will look at how we can use these phrases in every day English writing and conversation.

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