# Sick vs. Ill

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Who knows the difference between "sick" and "ill"!? Let me know your answers. The most comprehensive answer will be rewarded with a bonus score!

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  1. shaghayegh sadeghi

    Only sick can be used before noun (a sick pearson)
    Sick is often used to rather mild problems while ill denotes something may require treatment in hospital.

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  2. atefeh ebrahimi pak

    what is diffrent between sick and ill?

           Sick is the less formal of the two words. It usually describes short-term diseases or ailments, like the flu, and is commonly used to refer to a feeling of nausea. Think of a sick child that stays home instead of going to school or a person who feels sick to their stomach after a roller coaster ride.

    Ill is more formal and is used to describe long- and short-term diseases or ailments. A person who is not in good health because of something serious like cancer or pneumonia might be said to be ill. On the other hand, a person who is affected with a minor fever or cold can also be called ill. Like sick, ill also refers to a feeling of nausea.

    Two common combinations of ill are "ill health" and "mentally ill."  Ill is the preferred word in such cases, though sick can be used in its place.

     

    atefeh ebrahimi pak

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