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Conversational structures with Feel

Posted By Manjusha, Filed in English Speaking

Feel + adjective/ noun complement

Feel can be used with a personal subject (I, you, John etc.) to mean ‘experience the condition of one’s own mind or body’.

  • I feel fine.
  • Do you feel happy?
  • He was beginning to feel sleepy.
Feel like

Feel like can mean ‘want’ or ‘would like’. In this sense, feel like is often followed by an –ing form.

  • I feel like dancing. (I would like to dance.)
  • I felt like laughing, but I didn’t dare. (= I wanted to laugh, but I didn’t dare.)
  • I felt like crying. (= I wanted to cry.)
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