Hello :slight_smile:

Could somebody tell me if the sentences below are correct?

  1. He is lame of his arm.

  2. Because I felt lame in my body, I went to the massage shop.

  3. He is miserable with hunger and cold.

Thanks a lot for your help

β€œlame” is normally used for injuries or disabilities to legs and feet, that prevent one from walking properly. Some dictionaries seem to support its use with other body parts, but I have to say that to me this sounds rather odd. Furthermore, "lame of ", as in #1, is an old-fashioned form of words not used in modern English.

#3 is OK.