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A student asked me when we use the word feeling (singular) vs. feelings (plural), like in the sentence “I can certainly understand your feeling / feelings.” The most natural choice here is feelings, because we use the plural form when it’s a substitute for the word “emotions” in general. We use the word feeling, singular, when we’re talking about one specific feeling. It’s usually modified with an adjective – an amazing feeling, a terrible feeling, etc. In today’s lesson you’ll expand your vocabulary by learning collocations with the words feeling and feelings. These are combinations of words that are often used together – and learning them will help you speak English more easily and naturally.
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