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"How do you feel?" he inquired.
"How do you feel?" he asked.
I don't feel well.
Stop it! You're making her feel uncomfortable!
I want to disappear somewhere! I tend to feel like that in sultry summers.
I feel I've been betrayed!
Drying the washing on a fine day in the rainy season; I felt like it was already summer.
As the popping sound of the fireworks stopped, it suddenly became quiet around me. The smell of gunpowder somehow put me in a sentimental mood.
So? Feeling refreshed, the morning after graduating from virginity?
During the history test, she felt very sick, so she got a pass to go to the toilet.
I often get the blues.
I feel like dancing in the fields.
The thought of going to work tomorrow really depresses me.
Everybody is in a good mood looking forward to the five-day holiday that starts tomorrow.
Feel light at heart; feel happy.
Refresh yourself with a cup of coffee when sleepy.
If you get enough rest every night, you'll feel much better.
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I am not in the humor for working hard today.
I feel fine.

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