Phrasal Verbs with “FEEL” in English

The verb to feel [fiːl] is an irregular verb. Its main forms are presented in the table

InfinitivePast SimplePast Participle
to feel feltfelt

Let’s consider common phrasal verbs with to feel in the English

  • feel for
    • I really feel for you
    • Blinded by the soap, he had to feel for his glasses
    • The pride I feel for the crew of this boat knows no bounds
  • feel out
    • Could you feel the director out on the question of the new appointments
    • Initially, you will feel out of touch or even socially isolated
  • feel up to
    • I don’t feel up to going out tonight
    • If you don’t feel up to creating your own template, you can just modify the default
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