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    Smile communicate one's feeling/s to

    Sometimes it is hard to communicate one's feeling/feelings to other people.



    Do both feeling and feelings fit in the above context? If yes, do they connote the same meanings? Thanks.

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    Re: communicate one's feeling/s to

    feelings (in general) would be the right choice. I wouldn't say feeling, unless I am thinking of a particular one...

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    Re: communicate one's feeling/s to

    Quote Originally Posted by bianca View Post
    feelings (in general) would be the right choice. I wouldn't say feeling, unless I am thinking of a particular one...
    Thanks, bianca, for the helpful reply.
    But doesn't feeling also mean what one feels or senses as well as one's thought? Then, why can't it be used in the above context?

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