to do something you feel wrong

loviii

Senior Member
russian
Good day!

I've taken a sentence from this thread and remaden it, put out "is", to ask another question:
If you are feeling pressure to do something (that) you feel wrong, talk to a friend, parent, or counselor to find a solution.

I think it's grammatical and correct, because
"If you are feeling pressure to do something wrong, ..." is correct.
Then we can add "(that) you feel":
If you are feeling pressure to do something (that) you feel wrong, ...
Am I right or not?

Thanks!
 
  • elroy

    Imperfect Mod
    US English/Palestinian Arabic bilingual
    It’s wrong, because we don’t say “I feel this wrong.”

    You could change “feel” to “deem” or “consider” and then it would be okay. We do say “I deem/consider this wrong.”
     
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