Read and Listen To Sentences Using the Word
"Feel"

I feel fine.
I feel alive.
I feel happy.
I feel lethargic.
I don't feel well.
My eyes feel itchy.
You'll feel better.
I feel better today.
Do you feel like eating?
How do you feel about it?
Excuse me, but I feel sick.
I feel like another person.
I feel like going on a trip.
I feel like taking a bath now.
Do you feel like going swimming?
How do you feel about the issue?
I can't feel at home in a hotel.
I don't feel like working today.
She didn't feel like eating lunch.
Do you feel birthdays are important?
Do you feel any pain in your stomach?
Do you feel giving gifts is important?
I don't feel like going out this morning.
I don't feel much like talking right now.
I shouldn't have eaten that. I feel sick.
I don't feel like eating out this evening.
I don't feel like studying at all tonight.
I don't feel up to running to the station.
I feel like going for a walk this morning.
I don't feel that I can trust what he says.
I don't feel up to eating anything tonight.
She didn't feel comfortable with my friend.
I think it's unlikely that plants feel pain.
I don't feel like doing my math homework now.
I didn't feel like scolding her for being late.
I sometimes feel drowsy in the early afternoon.
I don't know what to say to make you feel better.
I feel more alert after drinking a cup of coffee.
I'm sorry, but I don't feel like going out today.
I don't feel well. Could you give me some medicine?
I don't feel safe walking in that neighborhood at night.
Today I just feel like staying at home and doing nothing.
Mary has nobody to talk with, but she doesn't feel lonely.
I don't feel like working. How about going to a movie instead?
I've spent so many years as chairman that I feel it's time I stepped down.


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