Mrs. Anabel Montes - English teacher
FEEL vs HAVE
We use feel/have to describe symptons.
Ejm: Sick, good, bad.
We use feel/have to describe sicknesses
and inju...
•FEEL is followed by a
noun/ an adjective.
•HAVE is followed by a
noun/ an adjective.
EXERCISES
HOW DO YOU FEEL?
HOW DO THEY FEEL?
Choose the correct phrase
for the picture
•
Complete:
Feel vs  have
Feel vs  have
Feel vs  have
Feel vs  have
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Feel vs have

  1. 1. Mrs. Anabel Montes - English teacher
  2. 2. FEEL vs HAVE We use feel/have to describe symptons. Ejm: Sick, good, bad. We use feel/have to describe sicknesses and injuries. Ejm: Stomachache. Sore knee, headache
  3. 3. •FEEL is followed by a noun/ an adjective. •HAVE is followed by a noun/ an adjective.
  4. 4. EXERCISES HOW DO YOU FEEL? HOW DO THEY FEEL?
  5. 5. Choose the correct phrase for the picture •
  6. 6. Complete:

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