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"I feel like" vs "something feels like"
Monday, November 26, 2018 8:29:53 AM
I've been working on the small research for the speaking club, and foud a phrase that sounds a bit confusing to me:
So, the phrase is as follows:
"The world feels like it has slowed down and users find themselves in a dream-like state."
Is it correct to say "The world feels like ....?" I just thought that the phrase "I feel like" means I would like to do something, or I want something.
Does not the phrase in the article mean, that the world wishes to do something?
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