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    'I am cold' and 'I feel cold'

    Is there any differences between the sentence 'I am cold' and 'I feel cold'?
    Which is more natural?
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    Re: 'I am cold' and 'I feel cold'

    In most contexts, they mean the same. "I am cold" is much more natural and common.
    Remember - correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing make posts much easier to read.

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