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My throat is hoarse. Correct?
What other words can be used in place of "hoarse" to give the same meaning? Can it be "sore"?
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I think the pronoun I is a typo, isn’t it?
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As others have suggested, the word "hoarse" refers to a sound, not a physical condition. Your throat may be sore, inflamed, swollen, etc.
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