Wednesday, April 24, 2013

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14. Ill is more formal than sick. It is used to describe long- and short-term diseases. #EngVocab

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13. "Sick" usually describes short-term diseases, like flu. #EngVocab

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Sent: Apr 24, 2013 19:38

12. "Sick" and "Ill" are similar in meaning, but they are used differently. Sick is less formal than ill. #EngVocab

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