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fühlen

1.
to feel something
2.
to feel
("sich fühlen" - in the sense of how you feel emotionally or physically. If you want to say that you feel like doing something then "Lust haben" or "Bock haben" are more idiomatic)
3.
to feel like
("sich fühlen wie" - in the context of comparisons)
4.
to feel like
("sich fühlen nach" - in the sense of wanting or desiring)

Examples

  • Ich fühle dass du sauer bist.
  • I feel that you're angry
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Word of the Day - "fühlen"

"fühlen" means "to feel". But there's also "sich fühlen" and "sich anfühlen" and all three have distinct meanings. Today, we'll learn how to use them properly.

Vocab:

fühlen, sich fühlen, das Gefühl, spüren, sich anfühlen


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