FEEL LIKE is used in many different contexts. We will be looking at two of them today. It is quite useful to learn this expression because it allows you to express a desire or wish and also your perception of something or someone.
n.b. verb pattern = feel like + gerund
Find a Fluency Buddy and practice answering the following questions. If you don’t live with anyone who speaks English, call a friend, ask a colleague or contact us for a mini-phone lesson.
p.s. I feel like having pistachio ice cream today!