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    "What are you feeling?" can be used?

    A: What are you feeling now?
    B: I 'm feeling hunger.

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    Re: "What are you feeling?" can be used?

    A: What are you feeling?
    B: I'm feeling a little warm.
    What was the question?

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    Re: "What are you feeling?" can be used?

    Hi jkluniv,

    There are some more examples conserning the matter in question:

    What are you feeling?
    I’m feeling hungry and thirsty.
    How do I stop feeling hungry?
    I am in my first trimester and have been feeling so overwhelmingly hungry.
    I'm feeling happy!

    He feels empty.
    He knows how it feels to be hungry.
    I don’t feel like eating.

    Regards.

    V.

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    Re: "What are you feeling?" can be used?

    Quote Originally Posted by jkluniv View Post
    A: What are you feeling now?
    B: I 'm feeling hunger.
    You can feel hunger (pangs) like in my sentence:

    If you do feel hunger (pangs), nibble on carrot, celery or cucumber sticks or sliced green peppers.
    But usually we say "feel hungry".

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    Re: "What are you feeling?" can be used?

    Quote Originally Posted by banderas View Post
    You can feel hunger (pangs) like in my sentence:

    If you do feel hunger (pangs), nibble on carrots, celery or cucumber sticks or sliced green peppers.
    But usually we say "feel hungry".
    True.

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