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Hi this is Tutor Nick P and this is Lesson 381. The title of today's lesson is
the difference between ache, sore , and pain. Yeah. So sometimes I get students
ask me what's the difference between these three ? So let's take a look at the
note here. Let's start with ache. An ache is usually a continuous pain, often
connected to a part of the body. All right. so one of the key parts about ache is it's
usually continuous. It keeps lasting continuously for some period of time. And
it's kind of annoying in that sense. It also is like they said we often
associate it directly to a particular body part.
So generally aches are mild. Well they're still uncomfortable but you know, you
know, you're not rolling over in pain, usually. It's usually kind of bearable
but uncomfortable. But there could be some exceptions such as a toothache
which could be mild . It could be mild where you can kind of bear and maybe forget
about it for a while. But it could also be much more serious. We just can't take
it you got to go directly right to the dentist. So it go kind of both ways . Although
they tend to be more on the mild side. All right. A
common ache is like a stomach ache , Yeah which could be painful for a while. And
again it's continuous while it is lasting. A back ache, ear ache
headache, tooth ache, muscle ache etc. They are mostly physical, but one could suffer
from an emotional heartache. So you can have a heart ache too. Which is emotional.
Okay. And we have a couple of examples here. I had a headache which lasted for
two hours. So again this is stressing the continuous part. My tooth ache wouldn't
go away. It's also stressing the continuous part. So I had to go to a
dentist. Good. All right. Let's go right to sore.
Now sore is only a physical pain. Yeah. You cannot have a sore heart. We don't
say you have a sore heart. You can have a heart ache but not a sore heart. Okay.
Sore is also associated with a certain part of the body. Certain parts
of the body too. So there is a little bit of a connection
to ache in this regard. So but what are common ones we say ? We say you know, a
sore throat You could have a sore throat, sore gums, sore muscles, etc. These are
some of the most common ones. Sore parts of your body are generally mild
and are often due to ... well it could be an injury.
Yeah. Like sometimes you know, somebody might stub their toes They might be
walking and they hit something on (the Floor. )Ow, Ow ! Oh the foot and ... Yeah. It could be
and it could be you know, if it was a more serious injury and it may be sore
later on. You know, if it swells up. Okay. Infection or too much exercise. I'll get
back to that. Another part about sore is you tend to feel pain mostly when it's
touched or moved. All right. Yeah. We have to talk about this. I think like with a
sore throat , if you're not talking and you're not swallowing if you just like
lie down. You don't feel any pain. But when your throat is touched or moved or
something . That's when the you feel the pain. And it's, it's similar to some
of the other ones through. With the sore gums. Yeah. If you don't have anything in your
mouth or you're not talking where it's open too much you also don't really feel
pain. Again when it's touched or moved it's mostly when you feel it. Sore
muscles, again if you just lie down you don't move at all , maybe you might not be in
too much pain either. Okay, Good. Let's continue. Body parts could also be sore
due to an infection. You know , and will usually turn red swollen and be inflamed.
Yeah. Like for example , I think I had an ingrown toenail one time it got infected.
Yeah. The toe got red. Again most of the time you don't feel anything , but if it
banged into something. Oh, It got touched then that that's when you felt the pain
and yeah and that is that's another typical sign of sore. Usually it might
get swollen and inflamed. Yes. Let's continue. Pain
is a more general word to cover all types of discomfort. Okay.
Thus aches and sadness. Aches and soreness are types of pain in, in,
indirectly they are. However, we do use the word pain when we tend to use it for
a more deeper serious pain. You say oh it's really painful. Well I'm in pain
then you probably mean that you know the pain is a serious level. We .... aches and
soreness is actually a more bearable level. When we you know, we usually use
those words when we want... don't want to express that it's too bad. But again
uncomfortable when we say the word pain is usually we're really in pain. More
serious pain. All right, Let's continue. All right. We just got another couple of examples here.
The pain of childbirth is excruciating. Yeah. You know, most women will talk about
when they were giving birth, the pain that they went through is very almost
unbearable pain. So they'd probably use that. They would say pain. They wouldn't
say they had an ache, They wouldn't say it was sore.
I don't know later on maybe parts of their body might have been sore
afterwards from some of the process of giving childbirth. But during the labor
they don't call that sore or ache, that's pain. Okay. Good.
These cough drops can help my sore throat. Yeah so again. That's another one
with sore there. And we gave you a few of the with , with word ache up here.
Anyway, I hope you got it. I hope this was more helpful. So that now you can see a
little more of a difference of when we're more likely to use one than the
other. . Okay. Thank you for your time. The hope was useful bye-bye


English Tutor Nick P Lesson (381) The Difference Between Ache Sore and Pain

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