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The answer for this question is "She (is) always (tired)" and the Korean test-maker wouldn't accept the answer "She feels always tired".
Is it not because of "feels" but because of "always", which has to come before a normal verb? I mean, only "She always feels tired" works? Is it a strict rule? I don't know if the Korean middle school teacher applied the rule to the mid-term. The weird thing here is there's no indication that she is always tired.
Sam : Jessy! You look tired. Don't you get enough sleep?
Jessy: Yeah, I sleep a lot!, but I still feel tired.
Sam: Then, I suggest you start exercising.
Jessy : What kind of exercise is good for me?
Sam: Then, how about riding a bike every evening?
Jessy: That sounds good. I'll do that.
Q:What is Jessy's problem? Fill out the blanks.
A:She (is) always (tired) - correct answer
She (feels) always (tired) - incorrect answer
Last edited by keannu; 06-May-2013 at 09:50.