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Sentir - I smell or I feel? Can someone please explain the difference and translate the following to French: I feel bad. I smell bad. You feel bad. You smell bad.
Nov 7, 2017 12:12 PM
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I feel bad. = Je me sens mal. (the verb is "se sentir", it voices your state of mind.) I smell bad. = Je sens mauvais. (the verb is "sentir", it voices what you perceive by smell or touch [OR] that you are releasing a smell, usually negative.) You feel bad. = Tu te sens mal. You smell bad. = Tu sens mauvais.
November 7, 2017
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Elwood
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English, French
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