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    I feel pain very much

    I know we say, "I like/hate this person very much". So I wonder if I can say,

    1. "I am feeling pain very much"
    2. "I feel pain very much"
    3. "She has very many examples".

    Please help me.


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    #2

    Re: I feel pain very much

    #1 / #2 Neither is a good expression - generally we would say "I am sensitive to pain" or "I suffer greatly from pain"

    #3 is fine.

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    #3

    Re: I feel pain very much

    ...or, if it's current, 'I'm in a lot of pain'. Or just 'Aaargh.'

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    Re: I feel pain very much

    my question.

    I would say "I feel so much pain." Is it ok?

    Mr. A. had just suffered a car accident when Mrs. B comes to help.

    B: Hey! Can you hear me?Are you ok????
    A: No, I feel so much pain!!!!

    thanks. And please, I will be glad if you correct the whole question.


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    Re: I feel pain very much

    Quote Originally Posted by hscadore View Post
    my question.

    I would say "I feel so much pain." Is it ok?

    Mr. A. had just suffered a car accident when Mrs. B comes to help.

    B: Hey! Can you hear me?Are you ok????
    A: No, I feel so much pain!!!! No, I'm in so much pain.

    thanks. And please, I will be glad if you correct the whole question.
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    Re: I feel pain very much

    Thanks,

    I can say that "I fell sick". Why cant I say that I feel pain? Both are nouns.

    Is there any other feeling which i can't use with "feel"?

    Thank you again, Anglika.

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    #7

    Re: I feel pain very much

    Quote Originally Posted by hscadore View Post
    Thanks,

    I can say that "I feel* sick". Why cant I say that I feel pain? Both are nouns.

    Is there any other feeling which i can't use with "feel"?

    Thank you again, Anglika.
    You can - just not in that context. Speaking to a bystander at the scene of an accident you would say 'I'm in pain'; speaking to a doctor you would say 'I feel pain here and here' or 'I feel a pain just here' or 'I feel pain here whenever I laugh' (for example).

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    * You could also say I fell sick, but I think you meant 'feel'.


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    Re: I feel pain very much

    Thanks and sorry to take over user_gary's thread.


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    Re: I feel pain very much

    You can - just not in that context. Speaking to a bystander at the scene of an accident you would say 'I'm in pain'; speaking to a doctor you would say 'I feel pain here and here' or 'I feel a pain just here' or 'I feel pain here whenever I laugh' (for example).
    You mean, I can say, "I feel sick" to doctor? Am I right?


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    Re: I feel pain very much

    Quote Originally Posted by hscadore View Post
    Thanks,

    I can say that "I fell* sick". Why cant I say that I feel pain? Both are nouns.

    Is there any other feeling which i can't use with "feel"?

    Thank you again, Anglika.
    - sick (adj) = feeling ill as if you are going to vomit
    - sick (n) = vomit
    Cambridge Dictionaries Online - Cambridge University Press

    we can say:
    - i feel sick.
    - i feel painful.

    Feel + adj but i don't know if Feel + noun ??


    * I guess you mean "I feel sick."

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