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    I felt like I wanted to dance

    a. I felt like I wanted to dance.
    b. I wanted to dance.

    Is there a difference between (a) and (b)?

    c. I started wanting to dance.
    d. I started feeling like I wanted to dance.

    Is there a difference between (c) and (d)?



    Many thanks.

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    Re: I felt like I wanted to dance

    Not much difference in either pair.

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