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'I don't feel good' or 'I don't feel well'

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Created Date: Wed 31 Aug 2011

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Which one is correct: I don't feel good/well/fine? How to use them correctly?

 

Answer:
1. I don't feel good - the person is referring to his emotional state or how his day is going.
2. I don't feel well - the person is referring to his physical state, that he is sick.

Summary:
"I feel good" and "I feel bad": When you are referring to your mood
"I feel fine", "I feel well" and "I feel ill": When you are referring to your health.
"I feel that primary schools should focus more on mathematics" = I believe that ...


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