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Learning English - How to describe physical pain in English. ( Free English speaking Lessons )

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In this English lesson you will how to describe and express physical pain in English. There is no doubt that pain is totally awful and we all hate it, yet it's a constant part of human experience. In English we have pain vocabulary. In this English lesson we will learn to explain the different types of pain.

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1) Burning - It is a tingling pain and it feels as if a part of your body is touching something hot.

2) Chapped - We experience chapped skin or lips which are dry and painful especially because of cold weather.

3) Acute - This type of pain is used for describing pain that is strong and sharp but lasts for a short period.

4) Chronic - It is a serious pain that need medical attention. It is again a very strong and sharp pain but lasts for very long time.

5) Griping - A sharp sudden pain in the stomach

6) Inflamed - A part of your body that is inflamed is swollen, red and is painful because of an infection or injury,.

7) Itchy - Itchiness is an unpleasant feeling on your skin that makes you want to scratch or rub it.

8) Sore - Soreness is because of an injury or infection which is painful and makes you feel very uncomfortable.

9) Stiff - Stiffness is pain in your muscles and you cannot move your body part easily.

10) Stabbing - Stabbing is a sudden, strong and sharp pain.

11. Agliophobia - If a person has an abnormal fear of pain, he or she is an agliophobic.

Hope this English speaking lesson is helpful to you in describing different types of pain.

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