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My voice/throat is hoarse. It means I can't speak properly.
I have a sore throat. OR My throat is sore. It means I can't eat, swallow or drink properly. Am I right?
You might have a sore throat. You might have a hoarse voice. You might have both. You might have one or the other. You might have neither.
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In short, you can't have either a sore voice or a hoarse throat..
Last edited by Tdol; 18-Jun-2013 at 14:47. Reason: Typo