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Hello Mehboobleo,

I think they are all  correct. 

Maybe "I'm (or I'm feeling) sick" would mean that you're feeling temporary indisposed and even nauseous, whereas "I'm ill" would mean that you have a more serious and long-term disease.

But they are often used interchangeably. Anyway the meaning is that you're feeling unwell.

I hope those are only sentences and you're feeling OK, unless I wish you a quick recovery ;)

 

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