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    #1

    what is a difference

    I feel strong
    I feel strongly

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    #2

    Exclamation Re: what is a difference

    [QUOTE=sykim99;554340]
    I feel strong(strong is adjective and it coplements the subject 'I'.)
    I feel strong, energetic, enthusiastic to proceed.
    I feel strongly ( It is an adverb modifying the verb 'feel')
    I feel strongly about his indecent behaviour.[/QUOTE]

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    Last edited by sarat_106; 14-Jan-2010 at 04:09.


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    #3

    Re: what is a difference

    Note: I am an information developer, in software.
    I feel strong.
    - (adjective) strong, exposes your strength.
    I feel strongly.
    - (adverb) strongly, here implies your opinion/view about something.

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