I hit my leg on the table and it really hurts / it’s very painful.
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Parent (intermediate) annotationOpen itbe a verb to describe pain that continues for some time. By the end of the day my feet were aching. For stronger or more sudden pain, we usually use the verb hurt. My throat hurts when I speak. <span>I hit my leg on the table and it really hurts / it’s very painful. <span>
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- (no access) - English Vocabulary in Use - Pre-Intermediate and Intermediate.pdf, p47
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