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    Feel happy for you

    If a friend said "I have been making more money these days"

    Can I reply "I feel happy for you"?

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    Re: Feel happy for you

    Quote Originally Posted by goodstudent View Post
    If a friend said "I have been making more money these days"

    Can I reply "I feel happy for you"?
    Usually, "I am happy for you", but yours is not wrong.

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