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bihunsedap
Posted: Tuesday, August 08, 2017 10:00:50 PM

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How does Daniel feel?

What expression is use in feeling?
Happy?
Daniel has been waiting his brother in a long time.
His brother said sorry to him.

Daniel feel happy?
palapaguy
Posted: Tuesday, August 08, 2017 10:35:25 PM

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Corrected: How does Daniel feel?

What expression is used in his feeling? (Awkward sentence.)
Happiness?
Daniel had been waiting for his brother for a long time.
His brother apologized to him.

Does Daniel feel happy?
bihunsedap
Posted: Tuesday, August 08, 2017 11:19:48 PM

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palapaguy wrote:
Corrected: How does Daniel feel?

What expression is used in his feeling? (Awkward sentence.)
Happiness?
Daniel had been waiting for his brother for a long time.
His brother apologized to him.

Does Daniel feel happy?


If his brother say sorry.
Daniel feel happiness。

If his brother doesn't say sorry.
Daniel feel not happiness.
sureshot
Posted: Wednesday, August 09, 2017 2:13:47 AM
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bihunsedap wrote:
palapaguy wrote:
Corrected: How does Daniel feel?

What expression is used in his feeling? (Awkward sentence.)
Happiness?
Daniel had been waiting for his brother for a long time.
His brother apologized to him.

Does Daniel feel happy?


If his brother say sorry.
Daniel feel happiness。

If his brother doesn't say sorry.
Daniel feel not happiness.

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"Happiness" is a noun. After copular verbs like appear, be, become feel, get, look, seem, smell and taste we use adjectives. "Happy" is an adjective. So the sentence is:

- Does Daniel feel happy (now)?


Also, verbs the verb "feel" when referring to physical feelings can be used in simple or progressive tenses without much difference of meaning. So, you could also say:

- Is Daniel feeling happy (now)?

Now, the answers to your specific query:

1. If his brother say sorry.~ Daniel feel happiness。
Say:
- Daniel feels happy. OR Daniel is feeling happy (now).

2. If his brother doesn't say sorry.~ Daniel feel not happiness.
Say:
- Daniel feels unhappy. OR Daniel is feeling unhappy.
- Daniel is not feeling happy.


The expression "not happiness" is wrong.


Donthailand
Posted: Wednesday, August 09, 2017 10:07:48 AM
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He feels better!
NKM
Posted: Wednesday, August 09, 2017 1:47:15 PM

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Exactly so.

"He feels better" is much more natural than any claim of happiness.

bihunsedap
Posted: Thursday, August 10, 2017 2:53:42 AM

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Thanks all.
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