Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Whisky"

Synonyms of "Whisky" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between Whisky is far stronger than beer and Whisky is much stronger than beer ?
A: Emphasis. "Far" usually means "much, much" stronger. Far means a long "distance," so far stronger kinda means whiskey is far stronger (by a much greater degree).

But really, they're about the same meaning.

Translations of "Whisky"

Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? Whisky glass for rock.

I think what do you want to say is;
A glass for whiskey and ice
A glass for whiskey on the rocks

Other questions about "Whisky"

Q: 1. Whisky gives me a headache.
2. Smoking gives you cancer.
3. Using the computer all day gives me stiff shoulders.
4. Drink too much gives you a hangover. Does this sound natural?
A: @Jannette231@Maddi_Sheppard Thank you!
Q: Here is your Whisky. Do you want some ice? Does this sound natural?
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