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    ' How are you feeling.'


    I thought we don't use verbs such as 'feel' in continuos tenses, but I've come across the sentence: ' How are you feeling.'

    Is it different from 'How do you feel?'

    Could you help me find out when I should use which alternative?

    Thank you,

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    Re: ' How are you feeling.'

    'How are you feeling?' and 'How do you feel?' are both fine and mean more or less the same.


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