What is the difference between "struck" and "stuck". It seems that they somehow have same meanings?
For example what is more appropriate from two following sentences.
1. Something struck in his throat which is causing pain, bleeding and berating difficulty.
2. Something stuck in his ......
1.Hit forcibly and deliberately with one's hand or a weapon or other implement.
2.Inflict (a blow): "he struck her two blows or he was struck by lightning --
1.Push a sharp or pointed object into or through (something): "he stuck his fork into the sausage".
2.Fix something on (a point or pointed object): "stick the balls of wool on knitting needles".
No, they do not mean the same thing at all. Please read freecampingaussie for the definitions. That answer is very complete and correct.
berating difficulty? yes, it's difficult to berate someone if you have something stunk in your threat.
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