Guilherme Castro
Somebody could explain the exactly meaning of " to feel about someone or something", please.
Jan 20, 2017 7:01 AM
Answers · 4
"To feel about someone or something"= "what do you think about this person or thing"
January 20, 2017
In English, "how do you feel about...?" is simply another way to ask "what do you think about...?" There is really no difference between the two, although sometimes, "how do you feel about...?" is perceived as slightly more intimate than "what do you think about...?" "How do you feel about him marrying her?" = "What do you think about him marrying her?" "How do you feel about the Syrian refugee crisis?" = "What do you think about the Syrian refugee crisis?"
January 20, 2017
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