KELLY： Hello. Is this Ann？
ANN： Yes， it is. Kelly？
KELLY： Yes， it's me.
ANN： Do you have a cold？
KELLY： No. Worse than that. I have a flu. I'm in bed with a fever.
ANN： Oh， no！ What about your presentation today？
KELLY： I'd like to do it， of course. But I just can't.
I'm afraid I'd fall down in the middle of it.
ANN： I understand. What should I tell Mr. Morley？
KELLY： Why not just tell him I'm sick？ I'll ring him myself this afternoon.
ANN： Alright. Have you been to see a doctor？
KELLY： Not yet. I feel too lousy to go out.
Anyway， I have a flu. I know what it is. I don't need a doctor to tell me that.
ANN： Do you think you'll be able to come in tomorrow？
Or should I call off your appointments for tomorrow too？
KELLY： I'm not sure yet.
Maybe this will all be gone in a day.
So it's probably better if you don't call off my appointments.
I will call you later this afternoon and tell you what I think.
ANN： It's rainy weather today. Maybe it's better if you just stay inside.
Make yourself some chicken soup and sleep.
KELLY： Yes， that's what I plan to do. Except I won't make the chicken soup.
Right now I don't think I could swallow more than a spoonful of it.
ANN： That bad， huh？
KELLY： Yeah， I'm very nauseous. It's mostly nausea and a fever.
ANN： Well， I'll cancel your appointments for today. And I'll tell Mr. Morley.
KELLY： Thanks， Ann. Talk to you this afternoon.
ANN： Hope you feel better.