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feel like (2)

This page is about the conversational phrase feel like (2)

Meaning

You can use this to tell someone what you want, esp. for food, drinks and activities.

For example

  • "I feel like a coffee. Do you want one?"
    "I feel like a cup of tea, actually."

  • "I feel like a swim."
    "Me too. Let's go to the beach."

Note:
For this use, "feel like" is followed by a noun or a noun phrase.

Quick Quiz

Charlie said, "I feel like an ice-cold beer". He

a. was feeling very cold

b. was enjoying his beer

c. wanted a very cold beer

Contributor: Matt Errey