What is the difference in getting hit by a lightning and being struck by a lightning?

Question by Y: What is the difference in getting hit by a lightning and being struck by a lightning?
What is the difference in getting hit by a lightning and being struck by a lightning?

Also: Is it lightning the correct word?

Should I say I wish I could get hit by a lightning or I could be struck with a lightning?

By the way, it is not a wish is a poem. So stop any stupid answer about it, thanks.

Best answer:

Answer by star24
I haven’t been hit by lighting so I wouldn’t know.

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2 Responses to “What is the difference in getting hit by a lightning and being struck by a lightning?”

  • LITTLE GREEN GOD says:

    Don’t use hit. its not the right word. it is more appropriate to use struck (doesn’t matter what the context is)

    and you would not say “struck by a lightning.” You would say “struck by lightning.”

    Ex: Sam got struck by lightning
    Max, if you go outside in the storm, will get struck by lightning.
    Mark, have you ever been struck by lightning?

  • brighteyes says:

    “Struck by lighning” is the only proper term. You should never say “hit by lighting” or “hit by a lightning”. If you’re actually worries about getting struck by lightning, here’s a link that might help you out…

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