how to explain when to use vs to be. Example, I feel hungry and I am hungry. I feel sad and I...
am sad, etc
How to explain the difference between being and feeling since we often use the words interchangeable. EX I feel happy. I am happy.
Simply a matter of emphasis...
Do you want to emphasize a state of being... I am...
Or an experience of emotion.... I feel...
It could also be an emphasis on
Fact (I am)
Value (I feel)
But I think the real crux of the issue is on whether you are implying that you are in a certain state or mood (I am) or want to imply that you are experiencing a certain emotion.
Saying I feel hungry focuses on bodily responses and your experience of that suffering.
Saying I am hungry focuses on the reality that your body needs food and that you recognize that state of being.
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