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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #26228: Feel bad/feel badly
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    Feel bad/feel badly

     Feel bad: is used when describing emotions.

    Use feel bad when talking about emotional feelings.


    Feel badly: is used when describing an action.

    Use feel badly when you are talking about physically feeling.




    Complete the following sentences with feel bad or feel badly.

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    1. Shaving makes his skin , so he grew a beard.

    2. Karen 's reaction made the girl about insulting him.

    3. I hate wearing rubber gloves to paint because they make me .

    4. I'm sure you will if you don't apologise to your mother for forgetting her birthday.

    5. She , so she is going home for the day.

    6. Don't ; nobody can win all the time.

    7. She that she's upset him.

    8. Do you with the calluses on your hands?

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