POSITIVE FEELINGS (LOW B2)

DO YOU KNOW THIS FAMOUS SONG BY JAMES BROWN?FEELING GOODwriting-feeling-bad

EVERYBODY WANTS TO FEEL WELL. EVERYBODY ALSO LIKES TO FEEL GOOD. WHAT´S THE DIFFERENCE?

WHICH THINGS IN YOUR LIFE MAKE YOU FEEL GOOD AND WHICH MAKE YOU FEEL BAD?

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Posted on November 14, 2015, in GOTTA READ IT and tagged . Bookmark the permalink. 2 Comments.

  1. I would like to say that the difference between well and good can sometimes be a bit difficult for me but I’ll try to explain it. Generally, “good” is used as an adjective and “well” as an adverb. But it’s true that sometimes both of them are used as adjectives, so this is huge problem.
    When we say: “everybody wants to feel well”, we are talking about health.
    When we say: “everybody wants to feel good” we are talking about mood, if we are happy or we are sad, if we are relaxed or we are stressed and so on.
    I hope this is the right answer!

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  2. Things that make me feel good: taking a special and relaxing breakfast with my husband at weekends, looking out of the window when it’s rainning, giving my relatives a big hug, reminding good memories having a look at old photo albums, meeting with close friends a cold evening in winter to take a cup of chocolate…
    Things that make me feel bad: not finding a good job, financial insecurity, having an argument with somebody, loneliness, people who don’t follow nor respect rules in our society, rude and selfish people, not having enough time to enjoy with my family and friends…

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