Student or Learner
I'd like to know whether this sentence is correct and whether it makes sense.
Jake wants to go to school today because he feels very well
should I use the present progressive "he is feeling"
and does it make sense? I found it in a workbook;
I would rather say:
he doesn't want to school today because he doesn't feel(isn't feeling????) very well
i would say : he doesnt feel very well...../ he feels well today ...
because FEEL is not used in progressive form..though ''isnt feeling well '' is often used in spoken english , however grammatically incorrect.
why does Funkylove77 say that the progressive form in the sentence is grammatically wrong?" I'd like to know your opinion since you say "both forms are fine"
"I'm feeling well" / "I'm not feeling well"
"How are you feeling, today?" "Do you think you'll be feeling any better tomorrow?"
"Were you feeling any better yesterday after the doctor came?"
"You would have been feeling better by now if you had taken your medicine".
Thanks a lot, Raymott.