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    Spoken English : ask sb feeling

    If I am an award host, I want to ask the winner his feeling of the prize. How should I ask? What is the common expression used by native speakers?

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    Re: Spoken English : ask sb feeling

    Ex: How do you feel?

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    Re: Spoken English : ask sb feeling

    Quote Originally Posted by redgiant View Post
    If I am an award host, I want to ask the winner his feeling of the prize. How should I ask? What is the common expression used by native speakers?
    "How does it make you feel, winning such a prestigious prize?"
    "How does it make you feel, being chosen by your peers for this prize?"
    The prize recipient usually doesn't need much prompting to start talking, but it's worthwhile having a few questions up your sleeve.
    If they are tongue-tied, you can make some suggestions:
    "You must feel proud, having won this prize?"
    "Did you think you'd be the one to win this prize?"

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