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Expression: "I'm feeling much better..." #1 (permalink) Fri Sep 15, 2006 0:33 am   Expression: "I'm feeling much better..."
 

English Grammar Tests, Elementary Level

ESL/EFL Test #55 "Chit Chat: Talking about the Doctor", question 9

Mike: Suddenly I'm ......... much better. I won't see the doctor today. Good bye.

(a) going
(b) trying
(c) feeling
(d) making

English Grammar Tests, Elementary Level

ESL/EFL Test #55 "Chit Chat: Talking about the Doctor", answer 9

Mike: Suddenly I'm feeling much better. I won't see the doctor today. Good bye.

Correct answer: (c) feeling
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ı didnt give an answer could u explain me this questıon?
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Expression: "I'm feeling much better..." #2 (permalink) Fri Sep 15, 2006 14:11 pm   Expression: "I'm feeling much better..."
 

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Mike is talking about the physical condition of his body. He is talking about his physical health. He says, 'I am feeling better now'. This means that he feels good, he feels healthy now, so he won't go to the doctor's office as he had planned.
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