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How would you say it another way? When do you say it? I am not feeling up to it. Does it mean; I am not in the mood for it. or I don't feel like it.
Oct 26, 2016 7:17 PM
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Syed is spot on, but just to give you some clarification of tone: It is usually when you are too tired, or not in the mood for something, but it can also be used for people who are sick or elderly. "Are you feeling up to visiting Susan today, grandma?", or "I've been in bed sick for 3 days, and I still don't feel up to going back to work"
October 26, 2016
the oald 9 says: to feel up to (doing) something to have the strength and energy to do or deal with something So: I am not feeling up to it means: I don't have the strength and energy to do or deal with it.
October 26, 2016
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