I feel alive.
It is not unnatural that you should feel anxious about your first flight.
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I'm told "idiot" is a bad word, but where I grew up it doesn't really feel that bad.
The bus ride made her feel so sick that she began to vomit.
In looking back, I feel deeply grateful to my parents.
I've spent so many years as chairman that I feel it's time I stepped down.
Eating more slowly will help you feel fuller.
I'm going to have dinner with him tomorrow night, so I'll feel him out then.
Rather than getting depressed, I'd probably feel hatred towards her.
Even poisonous snakes will only attack if they feel threatened.
I know you're nervous, but rest assured, you won't feel a thing.
When I use contacts, my eyes feel dry and become red.
Don't feel so bad. There's always someone worse off than you.
These jeans feel too tight. May I try on another size?
English word "feel"(feel) occurs in sets:Minimal Pairs - VowelsEnglish pronunciation 1.3past simpuleAngl past form
I felt hungry.
It wasn't until then that I felt really frightened.
Though I was sitting in the sun, I still felt chilly.
I remember the horror I felt when she screamed.
I can imagine how you felt.
They welcomed me warmly, so I felt at home.
The child's body felt feverish.
He felt that the reason he was able to succeed was because of his friends' help.
The mayor felt that he should look into the loss of income from parking meters.
During the test, she felt very sick, so she got a pass to go to the toilet.
She advised him to stop taking that medicine, but he felt he needed to.
Because he doesn't want to marry her, she felt a distance between them.
I was playing a game when I felt an earthquake.
I feel happier than I've ever felt before.
I felt it was a relatively difficult jigsaw puzzle.
English word "feel"(felt) occurs in sets:Czasowniki regularne i nie regularneKBG A1 irregular verbsczasowniki nieregularne