276 – Six Ways To Use FEEL

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USING FEEL

There are several grammar patterns using feel, so for today’s English lesson let’s have a look at six of them.

Here are the example sentences. To get the details of this English lesson, you need to listen to the podcast or the check the transcript for the details:

  • I feel hot. Can you please turn on the air conditioner?
  • Jack said he feels sick, so he is going to leave the office early.
  • This pillow feels soft! I love it!
  • I didn’t sleep well last night. I feel like a zombie today.
  • This pillow feels like a brick. I want a softer one.
  • I didn’t sleep well last night. I feel like I am a zombie today.
  • This pillow feels like it is a brick. I want a softer one.
  • I didn’t sleep well last night. I feel as though I am a zombie today.
  • This pillow feels as if it is a brick. I want a softer one.
  • I feel like eating ice cream.
  • We were talking about lunch and Jack said he feels like pizza. How about you?
  • I felt something on my leg and it was a spider! Yuck!
  • Jack felt her forehead and realized she has a fever.

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