by Liz Walter
If you are ill, it is important to be able to describe what is wrong with you. This two-part post looks at some vocabulary to use at the doctor’s. This first one offers some basic, general words for describing medical problems.
Firstly, a note about a UK/US difference: the word ill is used more frequently in British English, while sickis more common in US English. If a British person says they were sick, they usually mean that they vomited.
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Scotland – on my wishlist for 2016.
Source: Scots wha hae!
Source: The People’s Words of 2015
Interesting and useful.
Source: How to talk about talking (2)
Source: New words – 26 October 2015