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    #1

    feel about

    What does the feel about mean?

    e.g. how should he
    feel about his work
    ?

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    Re: feel about

    It generally means his emotional attachment to his work. Does he like like it? Does he love it? Does he hate it? Does it satisfy him?

    If you change "feel" to "think", the questions would be more factual in nature.

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    Re: feel about

    Thank you for your quick reply. But if the question is talking about the person then, e.g. how do you feel about him or her?

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    #4

    Re: feel about

    Same thing. "Feel" deals with more emotions; "think" deals more with facts and opinions.

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