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    feeling will with Aids

    Can I say, "He is feeling ill with Malaria"?

    I can understand this as, "I am not feeling well because of Malaria".

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    Re: feeling will with Aids

    I would say:
    He is ill with malaria.
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    Re: feeling will with Aids

    Thank you.
    Can I also say?

    She is ill with AIDS.
    She has been suffering from AIDS illness.

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    Re: feeling will with Aids

    Say:
    She is ill with AIDS.

    Or:

    She has been suffering from AIDS.
    ~R

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