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How do you feel today? / How are you feeling today?

Discussion in 'Spanish-English Grammar / Gramática Español-Inglés' started by domingoolivares, Jul 27, 2011.

  1. ¿Que diferencia hay entre

    How do you feel?

    How are you feeling today?
     
  2. mylanguageclick Junior Member

    Spain
    Spanish
    "How do you feel?" May be a general question, you don't expect any particular answers to this question. You will probably ask somebody "How are you feeling today?" if you know they have been sick or have been having problems.
    Regards.
     
  3. Bri-Guy Junior Member

    California USA
    English-American
    How are you feeling today implies that perhaps you weren't feeling well or that someone wants to know how you feel that particular day whereas how do you feel could be asked when someone wants someone's opinion about something. Ex. How do you feel about the Lakers winning? It can also be used when asking about one's physical well being.
     
  4. En este último caso:

    - How do you feel about the Lakers winning?

    ¿sería similar a?

    - How did you like the Lakers won? (¿Que te pareció que los Lakers ganasen?)
     
  5. Bri-Guy Junior Member

    California USA
    English-American
    How do you like the fact that the Lakers won (the game)? or Do you like that the Lakers won.

    Whereas How do you feel se puede decir también What do you think about the Lakers winning.
     
  6. mylanguageclick Junior Member

    Spain
    Spanish
    I agree.

    Regards.
     

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