Feel (Hissetmek) İle İlgili İngilizce Cümleler

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Feel (Hissetmek) İle İlgili İngilizce Cümleler


Feel (Hissetmek) İle İlgili İngilizce Cümleler

*** They felt a renewed love for their country.

*** They welcomed me warmly, so I felt at home.

*** Donald only began to feel safe after he moved.

*** Donald woke up the next morning feeling great.


*** We must feel our way carefully in the dark.

*** You will feel better after a night’s sleep.

*** You’ll feel better after you eat something.

*** You’ll feel better after you get some rest.

*** You’ll feel better if you take these pills.


*** You’ll feel better when you get some sleep.

*** You’re not the only one who feels that way.

*** Alice felt something hard melt in her heart.

*** Don’t feel embarrassed. These things happen.

*** Feel free to comment on any point made here.

*** Have I said something to hurt your feelings?


*** He felt ill at ease in the new surroundings.

*** He’s been feeling a little on edge recently.

*** How do you feel about what happened tonight?

*** I always felt like she was hiding something.

*** I can not feel at home in a luxurious hotel.

*** I can’t tell you how bad this makes me feel.

*** I didn’t feel uneasy when I read the letter.

*** I don’t feel comfortable posing in the nude.


*** I don’t feel like eating at all this summer.

*** I don’t feel like having Chinese food today.

*** I don’t feel like translating this sentence.

*** I don’t feel up to playing tennis right now.

*** I don’t feel well after drinking that water.

*** I feel as if I’ve woken up from a nightmare.

*** I feel cold. Do you mind closing the window?

*** I feel like doing something different today.

*** I feel like I’ve already been here sometime.

*** I feel like telling him what I think of him.


*** I felt as happy as if I were still dreaming.

*** I felt relieved when my plane landed safely.

*** I felt the house shake a little. Didn’t you?

*** I gave up smoking and I feel like a new man.

*** I was afraid that I might hurt his feelings.

*** If you have any questions, feel free to ask.

*** It’s fine day and I feel like going fishing.

*** Many tried to put their feelings into words.

*** Not feeling well, I stayed home on that day.

*** She felt regret for having been rude to him.


*** Since he was feeling sick, he stayed in bed.

*** That child felt secure in his mother’s arms.

*** The refugees felt safe in their new country.

*** They felt their candidate would win in 1860.

*** Donald felt that something was about to happen.

*** We felt happy when the examination was over.

*** You need to try to understand how Donald feels.

*** I feel completely refreshed after spending a week in the country.

*** I had a feeling that Donald wasn’t going to be able to find his dog.

*** Donald can’t find the right words to describe his feelings for Susan.

*** Donald decided not to play dodge ball because he wasn’t feeling well.

*** If I’d only known how Donald felt, I wouldn’t have gone out with Susan.

*** It never occurred to me that Donald might feel that same way Susan did.

*** Donald couldn’t shake the feeling that he’d met Susan somewhere before.

*** Donald said he had a sDonaldachache and didn’t feel like eating anything.

*** I had a feeling that Donald and Susan would decide not to buy that house.

*** Donald couldn’t shake the feeling that something bad was going to happen.

*** When Donald put his foot into the stream, he felt something bite his toe.

*** She advised him to stop taking that medicine, but he felt he needed to.

*** Donald couldn’t shake the feeling that Susan was hiding something from him.

*** I’ve spent so many years as chairman that I feel it’s time I stepped down.

*** Donald couldn’t keep lying to Susan. He felt he just had to tell her the truth.

*** Donald couldn’t shake the feeling that something horrible was about to happen.

*** Donald felt that it would be a waste of time to translate the letter for Susan.

*** Donald couldn’t shake the feeling that something profound was about to happened.

*** Donald feels a little better after taking the medicine that the doctor prescribed.

*** If Donald had been able to speak French better, he would’ve been able to tell everybody how he really
felt.

*** I felt ill.

*** I felt dumb.

*** I feel sorry.

*** I feel tired.

*** He feels hurt.

*** It feels good.

*** She felt blue.

*** Do you feel OK?

*** I feel for you.

*** I feel so cold.

*** I feel so lost.

*** Let me feel it.

*** Do you feel bad?

*** How did it feel?

*** I feel his pain.

*** I’m feeling bad.

*** Silk feels soft.

*** How does it feel?

*** I feel depressed.

*** I feel powerless.

*** I feel so pretty.

*** I feel your pain.

*** I feel your pain.

*** Do you feel lucky?

***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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