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* Convien però che il lettore sappia qualcosa di più preciso , intorno a que' ronzatori misteriosi: e , per informarlo di tutto , dobbiam tornare un passo indietro , e ritrovar don Rodrigo , che abbiam lasciato ieri , solo in una sala del suo palazzotto , al partir del padre Cristoforo .(Manzoni-I Promessi sposi)<>
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* Venne l'autunno , in cui Agnese e Lucia avevan fatto conto di ritrovarsi insieme: ma un grande avvenimento pubblico mandò quel conto all'aria: e fu questo certamente uno de' suoi più piccoli effetti .(Manzoni-I Promessi sposi)<>
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* Lasciò cadere il braccio che aveva alzato davvero ; stentò alquanto a ritrovarsi , ad aprir ben gli occhi ; ché la luce del giorno già inoltrato gli dava noia , quanto quella della candela , la sera avanti ; riconobbe il suo letto , la sua camera ; si raccapezzò che tutto era stato un sogno: la chiesa , il popolo , il frate , tutto era sparito ; tutto fuorché una cosa , quel dolore dalla parte sinistra .(Manzoni-I Promessi sposi)<>
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* Ma la consolazione di Renzo nel ritrovare il suo buon frate , non fu intera neppure un momento: nell'atto stesso d'accertarsi ch'era lui , dovette vedere quant'era mutato .(Manzoni-I Promessi sposi)<>
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* Amatevi come compagni di viaggio , con questo pensiero d'avere a lasciarvi , e con la speranza di ritrovarvi per sempre .(Manzoni-I Promessi sposi)<>
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Appena infatti ebbe Renzo passata la soglia del lazzeretto e preso a diritta , per ritrovar la viottola di dov'era sboccato la mattina sotto le mura , principiò come una grandine di goccioloni radi e impetuosi , che , battendo e risaltando sulla strada bianca e arida , sollevavano un minuto polverìo ; in un momento , diventaron fitti ; e prima che arrivasse alla viottola , la veniva giù a secchie .(Manzoni-I Promessi sposi)<>
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- Beniamino! - ripeté il Golisch; e questa volta la voce espresse, oltre la sorpresa, il dolore di ritrovare in quello stato, dopo tanti anni, l'amico.(Pirandello - Novelle per un anno)<>
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Rimase però costernata nel ritrovare l'amica, dopo dieci giorni dalla disgrazia, addirittura inconsolabile.(Pirandello - Novelle per un anno)<>
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Avvenne cosí a Tommasino di ritrovarsi in breve e quasi per ischerno, mentre lo spirito gli s'immalinconiva e s'assottigliava sempre piú nelle disperate meditazioni, con un corpo ben pasciuto e florido, da padre abate.(Pirandello - Novelle per un anno)<>
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E la gioja di Tommasino nel ritrovarlo intatto lí, col suo spavaldo pennacchietto in cima, era ineffabile.(Pirandello - Novelle per un anno)<>
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Se l'era dunque portata via lui con sé? E che ne aveva fatto? Dov'era piú in lui la vita? Gli altri avevano potuto credere che se la fosse portata via con sé; ma lui sapeva di averla lasciata lí, invece, la sua, partendo; e ora, a non ritrovarcela piú, nel sentirsi dire che non poteva piú trovarci nulla, perché s'era portato via tutto lui, aveva provato, nel vuoto, un gelo di morte.(Pirandello - Novelle per un anno)<>
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Ma una piú viva maraviglia provai nel ritrovarmi d'improvviso intimo amico di tanti che avrei potuto giurare di non aver mai conosciuto, o di aver conosciuto appena, o di cui anzi mi durava qualche ingrato ricordo o d'istintiva antipatia o di sciocca rivalità infantile.(Pirandello - Novelle per un anno)<>
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Poi certo, avvistandosi da lontano, avrebbero lasciato il viale, lei di sopra, lui di sotto, e sarebbero scesi nella valle boscosa del Sarnio per ritrovarsi, senza mal di capo, laggiú, ben protetti dagli alberi.(Pirandello - Novelle per un anno)<>
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Mi è avvenuto non di rado di ritrovare nelle novelle di parecchi miei colleghi certi personaggi, che prima s'erano presentati a me; come pure m'è avvenuto di ravvisarne certi altri, i quali, non contenti del modo com'io li avevo trattati, han voluto provare di fare altrove miglior figura.(Pirandello - Novelle per un anno)<>
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Non sentiva né i conforti né i rimproveri; come per via, correndo, non vedeva mai nulla; la mattina, per trovarsi puntuale all'ufficio, venendo dalla casa lontana fuor di porta; a mezzogiorno, per ritornare fin là a desinare, e poi per ritrovarsi a tempo all'ufficio alle tre, sempre a piedi sia per risparmiare i soldi del tram, sia per la paura di mancare all'orario stando ad aspettare che quello passasse.(Pirandello - Novelle per un anno)<>
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Ma che effetto fa, quando poi si esce dalla visita, riattraversando la sala, il riveder la seggiola su cui poc'anzi, in attesa della sentenza sul nostro male ancora ignoto, stavamo seduti! Ritrovarla occupata da un altro cliente, anch'esso col suo male nascosto; o là, vuota, impassibile, in attesa che un altro qualsiasi venga a occuparla...(Pirandello - Novelle per un anno)<>
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Solo una sorpresa come quella di ritrovare dopo tant'anni e in quello stato un'antica compagna di collegio, poteva distrarre da sé per un momento la bella signora Valpieri.(Pirandello - Novelle per un anno)<>
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Non s'aspettava, ritornando in Italia dopo circa quattro anni, di ritrovare una delle due isole, la Sardegna (cioè la figliuola Margherita) divenuta...(Pirandello - Novelle per un anno)<>
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M'aspettavo di ritrovarla cupa, gelida, nelle sue superne alture, funebre e ravvolta di nebbie perpetue, poiché già doveva aver presso a trenta anni - dunque ormai zitellona.(Pirandello - Novelle per un anno)<>
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Cercai col pensiero sotterra tra’ cadaveri ignoti le due spoglie care; mi parve di ritrovarle; e inginocchiata pregai. (Tommaseo - Fede e bellezza)
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E’ cominciava a uscirmi di mente; quando un giorno lo riscontro sulla scala commosso dal piacere di ritrovarmi, e sento ch’egli è mio casigliano, al secondo. (Tommaseo - Fede e bellezza)
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Oh quel re ch’ha inventata la posta, rese a me un gran servigio! "Uno degli spettacoli che più mi commossero a Parigi fu ritrovarmi verso le sei della sera nel cortile della posta, quando partono i corrieri, con due o tre viaggiatori ciascuno, per tutte le parti di Francia. (Tommaseo - Fede e bellezza)
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Era troppo vicino il momento di ritrovarsi con Luisa, la sua immaginazione era troppo accesa. (Fogazzaro - Piccolo mondo antico)
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E imaginò di condurre non la rapidità che striscia ma quella che si solleva; imaginò di ritrovarsi nella lunga fusoliera che formava il corpo del suo congegno dedàleo tra i due vasti trapezii costrutti di frassino d'acciaio e di tela, dietro il ventaglio tremendo dei cilindri irti d'alette, di là dai quali girava una forza indicibile come l'aria: l'elica dalle curvature divine. (D'Annunzio - Forse che sì forse che no)
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Paolo desiderò di scomparire, di ritrovarsi in qualsiasi parte ma lontano. In quella falsa gaiezza si risolveva la sua gioia di porpora!(D'Annunzio - Forse che sì forse che no)
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Un aspro affanno travagliava l'adolescente, una sorta d'invidia ascetica verso la potenza di quel dolore, un'aspirazione tumultuosa verso l'inaccessibile solitudine di quello spirito. Egli voleva tutto dalla vita. Tutto era dovuto alla sua giovinezza dalla bella fronte. Ogni spettacolo dell'altrui passione o dell'altrui piacere gli suscitava il rancore come per un privilegio che gli fosse tolto. Egli soffriva di ritrovarsi in quella vecchia stanza d'albergo ingombra di bauli, piena dell'odore languido emanato dalle vesti femminili sparse per ovunque, dai veli, dalle piume, dai guanti, dalle tante squisite cose vane; mentre laggiù, nella brughiera selvaggia, sotto il nudo ricovero, un vincitore vegliava il cadavere del suo compagno avvolto nel vessillo della gara e disteso sul letto da campo, con un dolore magnanimo che agguagliava quella tettoia d'abete e di ferro alla trabacca d'abete e di paglia costrutta dai Mirmìdoni, ove portarono gli Achei la spoglia di Patroclo Actòride. (D'Annunzio - Forse che sì forse che no)
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Ella voleva dirgli: «Sono venuta perché non potevo più vivere un'ora senz'aver guardato quel che il dolore è nella vostra faccia». Ella cercò le altre parole, quelle del sogno dileguato, quelle che bisognava ritrovare e proferire, quelle che i fiori tra le sue mani sapevano e volevano. (D'Annunzio - Forse che sì forse che no)
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Egli esplorava sé stesso, in silenzio, seduto presso la parete, nella stanza fatta violacea dal crepuscolo. Era solo. E pareva che il ritrovarsi alfine solo, sopra una sedia addossata a un muro nudo, con la faccia rivolta alla finestra aperta pel cui vano appariva il mare senza vele e il cielo senza nuvole, solo coi suoi pensieri e con la sua perspicacia, gli fosse di sollievo.(D'Annunzio - Forse che sì forse che no)
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Ma li seguiva pel chiostro il passo della larva, molle come di chi strascichi nella belletta. E si ritrovarono davanti a una porta socchiusa, donde alitava un odore amaro. Su l'architrave di pietra era scritto in lettere corrose: _Domus mea_. Vana spinse l'imposta, entrò. (D'Annunzio - Forse che sì forse che no)
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— Ora so. L'ha serbato, con la macchiolina di sangue; l'ha nascosto, e non osa ritrovarlo. O forse l'ha inzuppato di lacrime, l'ha lavato col pianto. (D'Annunzio - Forse che sì forse che no)
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Non aveva alcuna consapevolezza dei suoi moti. Si lanciava da una parete all'altra, dall'uno all'altro angolo; e, nella rapidità, si stupiva di ritrovarsi dinanzi agli occhi sempre lo stesso quadro, lo stesso armadio, la sedia stessa, immutati, fermi, indifferenti. Un bisogno iroso di farsi male la spingeva a urtare contro il muro i pugni; e non sentiva quel dolore, ma soltanto lo spasimo del cuore chiuso, ove le mani non sapevano giungere. E, nel ripetere gli urti, più s'adirava contro il ritegno istintivo che le rompeva il gesto, che le contrastava l'impeto, che le risparmiava la ferita. (D'Annunzio - Forse che sì forse che no)
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— Ti cuoce, quel che ti dico? Ti meravigli di ritrovarmi in questo aspetto? Ma non sono io l'opera tua? non sono la tua alunna? non m'hai fatta così tu stessa, alla tua scuola, per anni? Senz'accorgertene, senza badarci, m'hai riempita di scienza. Ma non credevi che questa scienza potesse un giorno diventare tanto amara e potesse ritorcersi contro te. L'ho tenuta nascosta, l'ho coperta di malinconia per non lasciarla trasparire, l'ho sopita col mio canto. Ora, a un tratto, lo vedi, mi diventa un veleno, mi diventa un'arme. Tu m'incalzi, mi serri, non mi dai quartiere, mi sei sopra come una nemica che non si contenta di vincere ma vuol martoriare, vuol profanare il corpo e l'anima con una tortura che sembra una libidine.... (D'Annunzio - Forse che sì forse che no)
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Egli diceva le parole d'agonia e di minaccia, debole e tremante, in preda al gorgo elementare che aggirava la sua vita come un rottame o un'alga. Erano essi in fondo al lecceto, su lo sprone della collina proteso come un promontorio verso le maligne piagge grige, verso le crete gibbose e scagliose, verso le immense biancane senz'ombra. L'impeto e l'ebrezza del volo risorsero dal loro desiderio constretto. Essi riudirono il sibilo dell'elica, riebbero sul viso il vento della rapidità, sentirono nell'azzurro la bianchezza della grande Àrdea come il colore stesso della loro gioia aerea. Imaginarono di varcare lo spazio in un solo veleggio fino al Tirreno che luceva laggiù, di là dalla Valdera, di là dai Monti Pisani, tra Migliarino e Boccadarno. Sorvolarono la pineta del Tombolo, scesero su la prateria salmastra; ritrovarono la villa solitaria, la terrazza lastricata di maiolica, il tappeto della danza, i cuscini delle carezze. (D'Annunzio - Forse che sì forse che no)
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- Mi duole, signora, di ritrovarla qui in un animo così diverso dalla prima volta. ( Pirandello - Il fu Mattia Pascal )
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* Risfogliai il vecchio testamento per ritrovare la pietosa Abigail e il profeta Abacuc ; snidai ne' commentatori di Dante la vita e le gesta dell'incendiario Bocca degli Abati ; feci conoscenza con tutte le varietà dell'abete ; mi erudii nella storia di Abbiategrasso e nella geografia dell'Abissinia . (G .Papini - Un uomo finito)
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* E più scrivevo e più le idee si ringarbugliavano e le bottate polemiche e le discettazioni etimologiche e le induzioni dialettiche si me — 27 — scolavano e si sovrapponevano in una sabbatica danza erudita della quale io stesso non riuscivo più a ritrovare il ritmo e il motivo . (G .Papini - Un uomo finito)
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* Dalle cosmogonie che si trovano nei libri sacri e nei miti popolari m'era venuto voglia di passare alle lor forme poetiche nelle età colte e siccome non facevo mai le cose a mezzo avevo scandagliato , a furia di dizionari e di storie , tutte le letterature del mondo per raccogliere e ritrovare quei poemi che avevan per argomento la creazione del mondo . (G .Papini - Un uomo finito)
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* Messi insieme così un funereo zibaldone di dolore fatto verbo , dove i distici , i paradossi , i lagni , i rimpianti di uomini lontani nello spazio , nel tempo e nello spirito si ritrovarono accozzati assieme , come il coro angoscioso dell'umana incontentezza . (G .Papini - Un uomo finito)
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* Il ritrovar negli altri quegli sconforti e quelle maledizioni mi dava animo . (G .Papini - Un uomo finito)
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* Caro Giuliano ! Son ormai trascorsi dodici anni e più da queir autunno afoso e piovigginoso in cui le nostre anime sperse s' incontrarono e si ritrovarono . (G .Papini - Un uomo finito)
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* Cominciavo allora a superare la cerchia de' compagni di scuola e a ritrovarmi con qualche intellettuale anziano , eh' era , o mi pareva , superiore a me e con altri meno dotti di me ma curiosi d' idee co' quali potevo arrischiare le prime esperienze di maestro . (G .Papini - Un uomo finito)
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* Non ho dunque detto eh' io cercai sempre la grandezza ? eh' io volli sempre — piccolo , vile o pazzo eh' io fòssi — esser grande , farmi grande ? Soltanto con loro , coi geni , coi grandi potevo ritrovare e risentire quell'ansito che mi portava verso le alture , sopra alla torma bestiale dei piani . (G .Papini - Un uomo finito)
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* Un principio , un accenno , un rudimento ; era necessario costituirla , quest'arte , ritrovarne le regole sicure — e applicarla . (G .Papini - Un uomo finito)
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* Vorrei ritrovare me stesso : fare i conti di cassa , e andarmene col mio bagagHo anche se pesasse un'oncia sola . (G .Papini - Un uomo finito)
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* Canto in coro e non mi riesce di ritrovare il timbro della mia voce . (G .Papini - Un uomo finito)
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* Invece quando rileggo quel che scrivo ho sempre paura di ritrovarmi in casa d'altri . (G .Papini - Un uomo finito)
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* Non posso farne a meno eppure mi vergogno di ritrovarli in me , nei miei scritti . (G .Papini - Un uomo finito)
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* Non so quanti provino questo malaugurato tormento di non ritrovare sé stessi . (G .Papini - Un uomo finito)
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* Come farò a conoscer me stesso se non so ritrovarmi in questa moltitudine di umanità che mi stringe e penetra da tutte le parti ? E come arriverò ad esser veramente me stesso se non mi so riconoscere , se non so quale sia il centro irriducibile , Tultimo residuo della mia personalità ? Io non cerco un uomo , non cerco l'Uomo : voglio me stesso , unicamente me stesso . (G .Papini - Un uomo finito)
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* Ritrovar me stesso significò dunque ritrovar la Toscana nella sua campagna e nella sua tradizione . (G .Papini - Un uomo finito)
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* Ma si sa che la tasca non si vede durante il giorno e così per varie sere ebbi la sorpresa di ritrovare nella mia quell’annotazione al momento di coricarmi e troppo tardi perché mi servisse .(I.Svevo - La coscienza di zeno)
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* Io ero sposato da un anno allorché un giorno Giovanni , turbatissimo , mi raccontò che aveva smarrita una lettera di cui molto gl’importava e volle rivedere delle carte che m’aveva consegnate sperando di ritrovarla fra quelle .(I.Svevo - La coscienza di zeno)
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* Ma , subito dopo , l’origine rabbiosa della malattia fu dimenticata e mi fu ora persino difficile di ritrovarla .(I.Svevo - La coscienza di zeno)
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* C’era allora un movimento delle sue palpebre come se avesse voluto aprire gli occhi per ritrovare più facilmente l’equilibrio e la sua respirazione cambiava di ritmo .(I.Svevo - La coscienza di zeno)
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bicchierata
= quantità di liquido corrispondente approssimativamente al contenuto di un bicchierebevuta fatta in compagnia , per festeggiare qualcuno o ritrovarsi fra amici.
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reperire
= verbo trans. trovare, ritrovare
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rimpatriata
= il ritrovarsi e lo stare insieme di amici che non si incontravano da lungo tempo
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rintracciabile
= che si può rintracciare, ritrovare
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rinvenire
= verbo trans. ritrovare, scoprire
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segnalibro
= striscia di tela o di plastica o cartoncino che si mette tra le pagine di un libro per ritrovare subito il punto voluto .
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Inglese
Vocabolario e frasi
(Jane Austen - Pride and prejudice ) "I had once had some thought of fixing in town myself--for I am fondof superior society; but I did not feel quite certain that the air ofLondon would agree with Lady Lucas.<>
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(Jane Austen - Pride and prejudice ) After playing some Italian songs, Miss Bingley varied the charm bya lively Scotch air; and soon afterwards Mr. Darcy, drawing nearElizabeth, said to her:"Do not you feel a great inclination, Miss Bennet, to seize such anopportunity of dancing a reel?"She smiled, but made no answer.<>
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Tease calmness of manner and presence ofmind! No, no; I feel he may defy us there.<>
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He began to feel the danger of paying Elizabeth too much attention.<>
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I feel as if I had never done you justice, or loved you as youdeserve.<>
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Remember that she is one of alarge family; that as to fortune, it is a most eligible match; and beready to believe, for everybody's sake, that she may feel something likeregard and esteem for our cousin.<>
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I am not ashamed of having beenmistaken--or, at least, it is light, it is nothing in comparison of whatI should feel in thinking ill of him or his sisters.<>
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But I pity her, because she must feel that she has been actingwrong, and because I am very sure that anxiety for her brother is thecause of it.<>
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I need not explain myself farther; and though we knowthis anxiety to be quite needless, yet if she feels it, it will easilyaccount for her behaviour to me; and so deservedly dear as he is tohis sister, whatever anxiety she must feel on his behalf is natural andamiable.<>
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(Jane Austen - Pride and prejudice ) Elizabeth was prepared to see him in his glory; and she could not helpin fancying that in displaying the good proportion of the room, itsaspect and its furniture, he addressed himself particularly to her,as if wishing to make her feel what she had lost in refusing him.<>
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It is natural that obligation shouldbe felt, and if I could feel gratitude, I would now thank you.<>
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(Jane Austen - Pride and prejudice ) She continued in very agitated reflections till thesound of Lady Catherine's carriage made her feel how unequal she was toencounter Charlotte's observation, and hurried her away to her room.<>
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Having said thus much, I feel no doubt of yoursecrecy.<>
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What Wickham had said of the livingwas fresh in her memory, and as she recalled his very words, it wasimpossible not to feel that there was gross duplicity on one side or theother; and, for a few moments, she flattered herself that her wishes didnot err.<>
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"I assureyou, I feel it exceedingly," said Lady Catherine; "I believe no onefeels the loss of friends so much as I do.<>
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Thedear Colonel rallied his spirits tolerably till just at last; but Darcyseemed to feel it most acutely, more, I think, than last year.<>
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His attachment excited gratitude, his general character respect; but shecould not approve him; nor could she for a moment repent her refusal,or feel the slightest inclination ever to see him again.<>
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I am sure you must feel itso.<>
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She lost all concern for him infinding herself thus selected as the object of such idle and frivolousgallantry; and while she steadily repressed it, could not but feel thereproof contained in his believing, that however long, and for whatevercause, his attentions had been withdrawn, her vanity would be gratified,and her preference secured at any time by their renewal.<>
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(Jane Austen - Pride and prejudice ) Accordingly, when she retired at night, she asked the chambermaidwhether Pemberley were not a very fine place? what was the name of itsproprietor? and, with no little alarm, whether the family were down forthe summer? A most welcome negative followed the last question--and heralarms now being removed, she was at leisure to feel a great deal ofcuriosity to see the house herself; and when the subject was revived thenext morning, and she was again applied to, could readily answer, andwith a proper air of indifference, that she had not really any disliketo the scheme.<>
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It was asfollows:"MY DEAR SIR,"I feel myself called upon, by our relationship, and my situationin life, to condole with you on the grievous affliction you are nowsuffering under, of which we were yesterday informed by a letter fromHertfordshire.<>
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Who should suffer but myself? It has been my own doing,and I ought to feel it.<>
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Human nature is so proneto fall into it! No, Lizzy, let me once in my life feel how much I havebeen to blame.<>
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I would not trust you so near it as Eastbournefor fifty pounds! No, Kitty, I have at last learnt to be cautious, andyou will feel the effects of it.<>
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It was reasonable that he should feel he had beenwrong; he had liberality, and he had the means of exercising it; andthough she would not place herself as his principal inducement, shecould, perhaps, believe that remaining partiality for her might assisthis endeavours in a cause where her peace of mind must be materiallyconcerned.<>
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You must feel it; and the usual satisfactionof preaching patience to a sufferer is denied me, because you havealways so much.<>
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(Jane Austen - Pride and prejudice ) "Now," said she, "that this first meeting is over, I feel perfectlyeasy.<>
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(Jane Austen - Pride and prejudice ) "How hard it is in some cases to be believed!""And how impossible in others!""But why should you wish to persuade me that I feel more than Iacknowledge?""That is a question which I hardly know how to answer.<>
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She had not herself forgotten to feel that the marriage of hersister must bring them more frequently together.<>
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With his notions of dignity, he wouldprobably feel that the arguments, which to Elizabeth had appeared weakand ridiculous, contained much good sense and solid reasoning.<>
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Ever since I have known it, I have been most anxious toacknowledge to you how gratefully I feel it.<>
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Are you quite sure that you feel what you oughtto do?""Oh, yes! You will only think I feel more than I ought to do, when Itell you all.<>
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Nothing, Sir,' said Mr. Snodgrass, who began to feel ratheruncomfortable himself.<>
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The honour of that uniform I feel bound to maintain, andI therefore, without inquiry, accepted the challenge which you offeredme.<>
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( Dickens The Pickwick papers ) 'I shall feel proud of your acquaintance, Sir,' said the little doctor.<>
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Or possibly,' said the man with the camp-stool, 'thegentleman's second may feel himself affronted with some observationswhich fell from me at an early period of this meeting; if so, I shall behappy to give him satisfaction immediately.<>
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And the benevolentclergyman looked pleasantly on; for the happy faces which surrounded thetable made the good old man feel happy too; and though the merriment wasrather boisterous, still it came from the heart and not from the lips;and this is the right sort of merriment, after all.<>
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( Dickens The Pickwick papers ) 'I never did feel such a jolting in my life,' said Mr. Pickwick.<>
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Ha! ha! I think I see their frightened looks now, and feel theease with which I flung them from me, and dashed my clenched fist intotheir white faces, and then flew like the wind, and left them screamingand shouting far behind.<>
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( Dickens The Pickwick papers ) 'Tom Smart was by no means of an irritable or envious disposition, butsomehow or other the tall man with the brown coat and the bright basketbuttons did rouse what little gall he had in his composition, and didmake him feel extremely indignant, the more especially as he couldnow and then observe, from his seat before the glass, certain littleaffectionate familiarities passing between the tall man and the widow,which sufficiently denoted that the tall man was as high in favour as hewas in size.<>
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His friends were ready, the coach was nearly so, and in half an hourthey were proceeding on their journey, along the road over which Mr.Pickwick and Sam had so recently travelled, and of which, as we havealready said something, we do not feel called upon to extract Mr.Snodgrass's poetical and beautiful description.<>
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I don't know how you must feel it.<>
---------------
Praydo, Sir, if you feel disposed; now pray do, Sir.<>
---------------
I feel I don't deserve her.<>
---------------
Sheis more likely to feel the loneliness of her situation in travelling,perhaps, than she would be at home.<>
---------------
( Dickens The Pickwick papers ) Now this watch was a special favourite with Mr. Pickwick, having beencarried about, beneath the shadow of his waistcoat, for a greater numberof years than we feel called upon to state at present.<>
---------------
Really, Mr. Pickwick, I do not see why a man should feel any fearin such a case as this, sir.<>
---------------
I should feel very much obliged to you, for any advice, Sir,' said Mr.Magnus, taking another look at the clock, the hand of which was vergingon the five minutes past.<>
---------------
( Dickens The Pickwick papers ) 'Do you feel the bottom there, old fellow?' said Wardle.<>
---------------
( Dickens The Pickwick papers ) We feel that in this place we lay ourself open to the inquiry whetherMr. Winkle was whispering, during this brief conversation, to ArabellaAllen; and if so, what he said; and furthermore, whether Mr. Snodgrasswas conversing apart with Emily Wardle; and if so, what HE said.<>
---------------
And there are theoffice lads in their first surtouts, who feel a befitting contempt forboys at day-schools, club as they go home at night, for saveloys andporter, and think there's nothing like 'life.<>
---------------
I feel it as a wery highcompliment, sir; it's a wery honorable thing to them, as they knows howto reward merit werever they meets it.<>
---------------
His face brightened up, and he began to feel quite convivial.<>
---------------
( Dickens The Pickwick papers ) 'You shall FEEL me do it in half a minute, Sir,' replied Mr. Gunter.<>
---------------
He then divestedhimself of his upper coat; and lighting the pipe and placing himself infront of the fire with his back towards it, so that he could feel itsfull heat, and recline against the mantel-piece at the same time, turnedtowards Sam, and, with a countenance greatly mollified by the softeninginfluence of tobacco, requested him to 'fire away.<>
---------------
Mr. Weller resumed his pipe with critical solemnity, and Sam once morecommenced, and read as follows:'"Lovely creetur I feel myself a damned--"' 'That ain't proper,' saidMr. Weller, taking his pipe from his mouth.<>
---------------
( Dickens The Pickwick papers ) 'No; it ain't "damned,"' observed Sam, holding the letter up to thelight, 'it's "shamed," there's a blot there--"I feel myself ashamed.<>
---------------
If this here lasts much longer, Sammy,' said Mr. Weller, in the samelow voice, 'I shall feel it my duty, as a human bein', to rise andaddress the cheer.<>
---------------
Serjeant Snubbin then addressed the jury on behalf of the defendant;and a very long and a very emphatic address he delivered, in which hebestowed the highest possible eulogiums on the conduct and character ofMr. Pickwick; but inasmuch as our readers are far better able to form acorrect estimate of that gentleman's merits and deserts, than SerjeantSnubbin could possibly be, we do not feel called upon to enter at anylength into the learned gentleman's observations.<>
---------------
( Dickens The Pickwick papers ) 'I feel a great delicacy, gentlemen, in coming for'ard,' said the man inthe long coat, 'having the misforchune to be a coachman, and being onlyadmitted as a honorary member of these agreeable swarrys, but I dofeel myself bound, gentlemen--drove into a corner, if I may use theexpression--to make known an afflicting circumstance which has cometo my knowledge; which has happened I may say within the soap of myeveryday contemplation.<>
---------------
You feel aggrieved.<>
---------------
Ihave considered the matter well, for a long time, and I feel that myhappiness is bound up in her.<>
---------------
( Dickens The Pickwick papers ) 'Certainly not,' said Mr. Pickwick, with great alacrity; for, now thatthe excitement was over, he began to feel rather cool about the legs.<>
---------------
They feel it now and then, and it makes 'em wild!'Having made this deeply-sympathising remark, Mr. Roker entered upon hisarrangements with such expedition, that in a short time the roomwas furnished with a carpet, six chairs, a table, a sofa bedstead, atea-kettle, and various small articles, on hire, at the very reasonablerate of seven-and-twenty shillings and sixpence per week.<>
---------------
Independently of mywish that you should not be idling about a place like this, for yearsto come, I feel that for a debtor in the Fleet to be attended by hismanservant is a monstrous absurdity.<>
---------------
I feel that I have no rightto mention this matter without his concurrence.<>
---------------
Vere do you feel it now, sir?In the same place, young man,' rejoined Mr. Stiggins, 'in the sameplace.<>
---------------
( Dickens The Pickwick papers ) Mr. Stiggins did not desire his hearers to be upon their guard againstthose false prophets and wretched mockers of religion, who, withoutsense to expound its first doctrines, or hearts to feel its firstprinciples, are more dangerous members of society than the commoncriminal; imposing, as they necessarily do, upon the weakest and worstinformed, casting scorn and contempt on what should be held mostsacred, and bringing into partial disrepute large bodies of virtuous andwell-conducted persons of many excellent sects and persuasions.<>
---------------
Makethe statement out for me when you feel yourself equal to the task, and Iwill discuss the subject with you when I have considered it.<>
---------------
Bardell; 'I'm sure you ought to feel verymuch honoured at you and Tommy being the only gentlemen to escort somany ladies all the way to the Spaniards, at Hampstead.<>
---------------
Of course I feel it, ma'am,' said Mr. Raddle, rubbing his hands, andevincing a slight tendency to brighten up a little.<>
---------------
I hope you may live to rememberand feel deeply, what I shall have to communicate, Sir.<>
---------------
Indeed, when I come to think of the matter,gentlemen, I feel pretty sure she wouldn't, for she died when my unclewas two years and seven months old, and I think it's very likely that,even without the gravel, his top-boots would have puzzled the good ladynot a little; to say nothing of his jolly red face.<>
---------------
( Dickens The Pickwick papers ) 'You see, Mr. Samuel,' said the buxom female, 'as I was telling himyesterday, he will feel lonely, he can't expect but what he should, sir,but he should keep up a good heart, because, dear me, I'm sure we allpity his loss, and are ready to do anything for him; and there's nosituation in life so bad, Mr. Samuel, that it can't be mended.<>
---------------
Sam gave a comical look in reply, and the old gentleman having brokenan obstinate lump of coal, with a countenance expressive of as muchearnestness and malice as if it had been the head of one of the widowslast-mentioned, said:'In short, Sammy, I feel that I ain't safe anyveres but on the box.<>
---------------
( Dickens The Pickwick papers ) 'You appear to feel it so,' rejoined Mr. Pickwick, smiling at the clerk,who was literally red-hot.<>
---------------
There now, Mr. Pickwick, if you can make it convenient to reduce youreyes to their usual size again, and to let me hear what you think weought to do, I shall feel rather obliged to you!'The testy manner in which the hearty old gentleman uttered this lastsentence was not wholly unwarranted; for Mr. Pickwick's face had settleddown into an expression of blank amazement and perplexity, quite curiousto behold.<>
---------------
Poor fellow; he wasvery susceptible to fatigue; he used to feel those appeals uncommonly.<>
---------------
( Dickens The Pickwick papers ) 'You don't know me, ma'am?' he said, looking so intently at Arabellathat she began to feel alarmed.<>
---------------
Serve him right!He feels it on my account, I am afraid,' said Arabella; 'and indeed,Sir, I feel it deeply on his.<>
---------------
Lord have mercy on us, ifyou knew what a crushing, what a cruel contempt he feels for the lot ofyou, you'd feel as if you were under Niagara.<>
---------------
Then he added reflectively:"That's a little what I feel about him.<>
---------------
And yet hecould hardly feel sure that he was not making up poetry in his sleep.<>
---------------
I suppose you feel sure they are all right?"(Chesterton The secret of father Brown ) "Lady Miriam?" said Jarvis in surprise.<>
---------------
I feel rather as if I were going to make a confession.<>
---------------
Somepeople would feel a bit jolted out of the mood of confidence by thatqueer old elephant creeping up like a snake.<>
---------------
The question is, as the man said in Dickens, is the oldman friendly?"(Chesterton The secret of father Brown ) "If he's friendly to his son you'll feel all the friendlier," observedFather Brown.<>
---------------
(Chesterton The secret of father Brown ) "I feel as if I'd got into a novel instead of a house," said the lawyer.<>
---------------
Indeed, the moment the lady appeared between the tents, the vigilantPhroso leapt on her and offered, with a pantomime of old-worldcourtesy, to feel her bumps.<>
---------------
(Chesterton The secret of father Brown ) "Can I feel your bumps?" asked the expert, in his mildly sarcastic tone.<>
---------------
(Chesterton The secret of father Brown ) "I don't think you want to feel any more, do you?" said the priest good-humouredly.<>
---------------
I hope it is notuncharitable to feel less sure of Sir John Cockspur.<>
---------------
"(Chesterton The secret of father Brown ) "We are waiting," said Cockspur, "and I feel as if I couldn't wait.<>
---------------
(Chesterton The secret of father Brown ) "It takes you quite a long time to feel so crudely as that, though.<>
---------------
But was there not something wrong with the man whotalked in that calm way about being a murderer? Was it possible that thepriest was a little mad?"Don't you think," he said, abruptly; "that this notion of yours, of aman trying to feel like a criminal, might make him a little too tolerantof crime?"(Chesterton The secret of father Brown ) Father Brown sat up and spoke in a more staccato style.<>
---------------
actually i don't feel like it
= a dire il vero non ne ho voglia ,
---------------
by the feel
= al tatto ,
---------------
do you feel comfortable
= ti senti a tuo agio? ,
---------------
have a good cry and you'll feel better
= fatti un bel pianto e ti sentirai meglio,
---------------
i don't feel i belong anywhere
= mi sento un pesce fuor d'acqua dovunque,
---------------
i feel awful
= mi sento malissimo, mi sento in colpa,
---------------
i feel bad about leaving you on your own
= mi dispiace di lasciarti solo,
---------------
i feel done in
= mi sento stremato,
---------------
i feel so alone
= mi sento così solo,
---------------
i'd feel better if you did
= sarei più contento se tu facessi,
---------------
i'd feel better if you didn't
= sarei più contento se tu non facessi,
---------------
if at any time you feel lonely
= se qualche volta ti senti solo,
---------------
if at anytime you feel lonely
= se qualche volta ti senti solo,
---------------
if it makes you feel any better
= se ti fa sentire meglio,
---------------
Coniugazione:1 - ritrovare
Ausiliare:avere transitivo
INDICATIVO - attivo
Presente
io ritrovo
tu ritrovi
egli ritrova
noi ritroviamo
voi ritrovate
essi ritrovano
Imperfetto
io ritrovavo
tu ritrovavi
egli ritrovava
noi ritrovavamo
voi ritrovavate
essi ritrovavano
Passato remoto
io ritrovai
tu ritrovasti
egli ritrovò
noi ritrovammo
voi ritrovaste
essi ritrovarono
Passato prossimo
io ho ritrovato
tu hai ritrovato
egli ha ritrovato
noi abbiamo ritrovato
voi avete ritrovato
essi hanno ritrovato
Trapassato prossimo
io avevo ritrovato
tu avevi ritrovato
egli aveva ritrovato
noi avevamo ritrovato
voi avevate ritrovato
essi avevano ritrovato
Trapassato remoto
io ebbi ritrovato
tu avesti ritrovato
egli ebbe ritrovato
noi avemmo ritrovato
voi eveste ritrovato
essi ebbero ritrovato
Futuro semplice
io ritroverò
tu ritroverai
egli ritroverà
noi ritroveremo
voi ritroverete
essi ritroveranno
Futuro anteriore
io avrò ritrovato
tu avrai ritrovato
egli avrà ritrovato
noi avremo ritrovato
voi avrete ritrovato
essi avranno ritrovato
CONGIUNTIVO - attivo
Presente
che io ritrovi
che tu ritrovi
che egli ritrovi
che noi ritroviamo
che voi ritroviate
che essi ritrovino
Passato
che io abbia ritrovato
che tu abbia ritrovato
che egli abbia ritrovato
che noi abbiamo ritrovato
che voi abbiate ritrovato
che essi abbiano ritrovato
Imperfetto
che io ritrovassi
che tu ritrovassi
che egli ritrovasse
che noi ritrovassimo
che voi ritrovaste
che essi ritrovassero
Trapassato
che io avessi ritrovato
che tu avessi ritrovato
che egli avesse ritrovato
che noi avessimo ritrovato
che voi aveste ritrovato
che essi avessero ritrovato
CONDIZIONALE - attivo
Presente
io ritroverei
tu ritroveresti
egli ritroverebbe
noi ritroveremmo
voi ritrovereste
essi ritroverebbero
Passato
io avrei ritrovato
tu avresti ritrovato
egli avrebbe ritrovato
noi avremmo ritrovato
voi avreste ritrovato
essi avrebbero ritrovato
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
IMPERATIVO - attivo
Presente
-
ritrova
ritrovi
ritroviamo
ritrovate
ritrovino
Futuro
-
ritroverai
ritroverà
ritroveremo
ritroverete
ritroveranno
INFINITO - attivo
Presente
ritrovar
Passato
essersi ritrovato
PARTICIPIO - attivo
Presente
ritrovante
Passato
ritrovato
 
 
GERUNDIO - attivo
Presente
ritrovando
Passato
avendo ritrovato
Verb: to feel-felt-felt
Ausiliar: to have - transitivo
Affermative - INDICATIVE
Present simple
I feel at...
you feel at...
he/she/it feels at...
we feel at...
you feel at...
they feel at...
Simple past
I felt at...
you felt at...
he/she/it felt at...
we felt at...
you felt at...
they felt at...
Simple past
I felt at...
you felt at...
he/she/it felt at...
we felt at...
you felt at...
they felt at...
Present perfect
I have felt at...
you have felt at...
he/she/it has felt at...
we have felt at...
you have felt at...
they have felt at...
Past perfect
I had felt at...
you had felt at...
he/she/it had felt at...
we had felt at...
you had felt at...
they had felt at...
Past perfect
I had felt at...
you had felt at...
he/she/it had felt at...
we had felt at...
you had felt at...
they had felt at...
Simple future
I will feel at...
you will feel at...
he/she/it will feel at...
we will feel at...
you will feel at...
they will feel at...
Future perfect
I will have felt at...
you will have felt at...
he/she/it will have felt at...
we will have felt at...
you will have felt at...
they will have felt at...
Present continuous
I am feeling at...
you are feeling at...
he/she/it is feeling at...
we are feeling at...
you are feeling at...
they are feeling at...
Past simple continuous
I was feeling at...
you were feeling at...
he/she/it was feeling at...
we were feeling at...
you were feeling at...
they were feeling at...
Future continuous
I will be feeling at...
you will be feeling at...
he/she/it will be feeling at...
we will be feeling at...
you will be feeling at...
they will be feeling at...
Future perfect continuous
I will have been feeling at...
you will have been feeling at...
he/she/it will have been feeling at...
we will have been feeling at...
you will have been feeling at...
they will have been feeling at...
Present perfect continuous
I have been feeling at...
you have been feeling at...
he/she/it has been feeling at...
we have been feeling at...
you have been feeling at...
they have been feeling at...
Past perfect continuous
I had been feeling at...
you had been feeling at...
he/she/it had been feeling at...
we had been feeling at...
you had been feeling at...
they had been feeling at...
Affermative - SUBJUNCTIVE
Present simple
That I feel at...
That you feel at...
That he/she/it feel at...
That we feel at...
That you feel at...
That they feel at...
Present perfect
That I have felt at...
That you have felt at...
That he/she/it have felt at...
That we have felt at...
That you have felt at...
That they have felt at...
Simple past
That I felt at...
That you felt at...
That he/she/it felt at...
That we felt at...
That you felt at...
That they felt at...
Past perfect
That I had felt at...
That you had felt at...
That he/she/it had felt at...
That we had felt at...
That you had felt at...
That they had felt at...
Affermative - CONDITIONAL
Present
I would feel at...
you would feel at...
we would feel at...
we would feel at...
you would feel at...
they would feel at...
Past
I would have felt
you would have felt
he/she/it would have felt
we would have felt
you would have felt
they would have felt
Present continous
I would be feeling at...
you would be feeling at...
we would be feeling at...
we would be feeling at...
you would be feeling at...
they would be feeling at...
Past continous
I would have been feeling
you would have been feeling
he/she/it would have been feeling
we would have been feeling
you would have been feeling
they would have been feeling
Affermative - IMPERATIVE
Present
let me feel at...
feel at...
let him feel at...
let us feel at...
feel at...
let them feel at...
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Affermative - INFINITIVE
Present
to feel
Past
to have felt
Present continous
to be feeling
Perfect continous
to have been feeling
Affermative - PARTICIPLE
Present
feeling
Past
felt
Perfect
having felt
Affermative - GERUND
Present
feeling
Past
having felt
Negative - INDICATIVE
Present simple
I do not feel at...
you do not feel at...
he/she/it does not feels at...
we do not feel at...
you do not feel at...
they do not feel at...
Simple past
I did not feel at...
you did not feel at...
he/she/it did not feel at...
we did not feel at...
you did not feel at...
they did not feel at...
Simple past
I did not feel at...
you did not feel at...
he/she/it did not feel at...
we did not feel at...
you did not feel at...
they did not feel at...
Present perfect
I have not felt at...
you have not felt at...
he/she/it has not felt at...
we have not felt at...
you have not felt at...
they have not felt at...
Past perfect
I had not felt at...
you had not felt at...
he/she/it had not felt at...
we had not felt at...
you had not felt at...
they had not felt at...
Past perfect
I had not felt at...
you had not felt at...
he/she/it had not felt at...
we had not felt at...
you had not felt at...
they had not felt at...
Simple future
I will not feel at...
you will not feel at...
he/she/it will not feel at...
we will not feel at...
you will not feel at...
they will not feel at...
Future perfect
I will not have felt at...
you will not have felt at...
he/she/it will not have felt at...
we will not have felt at...
you will not have felt at...
they will not have felt at...
Present continuous
I am not feeling at...
you are not feeling at...
he/she/it is not feeling at...
we are not feeling at...
you are not feeling at...
they are not feeling at...
Past simple continuous
I was not feeling at...
you were not feeling at...
he/she/it was not feeling at...
we were not feeling at...
you were not feeling at...
they were not feeling at...
Future continuous
I will not be feeling at...
you will not be feeling at...
he/she/it will not be feeling at...
we will not be feeling at...
you will not be feeling at...
they will not be feeling at...
Future perfect continuous
I will not have been feeling at...
you will not have been feeling at...
he/she/it will not have been feeling at...
we will not have been feeling at...
you will not have been feeling at...
they will not have been feeling at...
Present perfect continuous
I have not been feeling at...
you have not been feeling at...
he/she/it has not been feeling at...
we have not been feeling at...
you have not been feeling at...
they have not been feeling at...
Past perfect continuous
I had not been feeling at...
you had not been feeling at...
he/she/it had not been feeling at...
we had not been feeling at...
you had not been feeling at...
they had not been feeling at...
Negative - SUBJUNCTIVE
Present simple
That I do not feel at...
That you do not feel at...
That he/she/it does not feel at...
That we do not feel at...
That you do not feel at...
That they do not feel at...
Present perfect
That I have not felt at...
That you have not felt at...
That he/she/it have not felt at...
That we have not felt at...
That you have not felt at...
That they have not felt at...
Simple past
That I did not feel at...
That you did not feel at...
That he/she/it did not feel at...
That we did not feel at...
That you did not feel at...
That they did not feel at...
Past perfect
That I had not felt at...
That you had not felt at...
That he/she/it had not felt at...
That we had not felt at...
That you had not felt at...
That they had not felt at...
Negative - CONDITIONAL
Present
I would not feel at...
you would not feel at...
we would not feel at...
we would not feel at...
you would not feel at...
they would not feel at...
Past
I would not have felt
you would not have felt
he/she/it would not have felt
we would not have felt
you would not have felt
they would not have felt
Present continous
I would not be feeling at...
you would not be feeling at...
we would not be feeling at...
we would not be feeling at...
you would not be feeling at...
they would not be feeling at...
Past continous
I would not have been feeling
you would not have been feeling
he/she/it would not have been feeling
we would not have been feeling
you would not have been feeling
they would not have been feeling
Negative - IMPERATIVE
Present
do not let me feel at...
do not feel at...
do not let him feel at...
do not let us feel at...
do not feel at...
do not let them feel at...
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Negative - INFINITIVE
Present
not to feel
Past
not to have felt
Present continous
not to be feeling
Perfect continous
not to have been feeling
Negative - PARTICIPLE
Present
not feeling
Past
not felt
Perfect
not having felt
Negative - GERUND
Present
not feeling
Past
not having felt
Interrogative - INDICATIVE
Present simple
do I feel at...?
do you feel at...?
does she/he/it feels at...?
do we feel at...?
do you feel at...?
do they feel at...?
Simple past
did I feel at...?
did you feel at...?
did she/he/it feel at...?
did we feel at...?
did you feel at...?
did they feel at...?
Simple past
did I feel at...?
did you feel at...?
did she/he/it feel at...?
did we feel at...?
did you feel at...?
did they feel at...?
Present perfect
have I felt at...?
have you felt at...?
has she/he/it felt at...?
have we felt at...?
have you felt at...?
have they felt at...?
Past perfect
had I felt at...?
had you felt at...?
had she/he/it felt at...?
had we felt at...?
had you felt at...?
had they felt at...?
Past perfect
had I felt at...?
had you felt at...?
had she/he/it felt at...?
had we felt at...?
had you felt at...?
had they felt at...?
Simple future
will I feel at...?
will you feel at...?
will she/he/it feel at...?
will we feel at...?
will you feel at...?
will they feel at...?
Future perfect
will I have felt at...?
will you have felt at...?
will she/he/it have felt at...?
will we have felt at...?
will you have felt at...?
will they have felt at...?
Present continuous
am I feeling at...?
are you feeling at...?
is she/he/it feeling at...?
are we feeling at...?
are you feeling at...?
are they feeling at...?
Past simple continuous
was I feeling at...?
were you feeling at...?
was she/he/it feeling at...?
were we feeling at...?
were you feeling at...?
were they feeling at...?
Future continuous
will I be feeling at...?
will you be feeling at...?
will she/he/it be feeling at...?
will we be feeling at...?
will you be feeling at...?
will they be feeling at...?
Future perfect continuous
will I have been feeling at...?
will you have been feeling at...?
will she/he/it have been feeling at...?
will we have been feeling at...?
will you have been feeling at...?
will they have been feeling at...?
Present perfect continuous
have I been feeling at...?
have you been feeling at...?
has she/he/it been feeling at...?
have we been feeling at...?
have you been feeling at...?
have they been feeling at...?
Past perfect continuous
had I been feeling at...?
had you been feeling at...?
had she/he/it been feeling at...?
had we been feeling at...?
had you been feeling at...?
had they been feeling at...?
Interrogative - SUBJUNCTIVE
Present simple
That do I feel at...?
That do you feel at...?
That does she/he/it feel at...?
That do we feel at...?
That do you feel at...?
That do they feel at...?
Present perfect
That have I felt at...?
That have you felt at...?
That have she/he/it felt at...?
That have we felt at...?
That have you felt at...?
That have they felt at...?
Simple past
That did I feel at...?
That did you feel at...?
That did she/he/it feel at...?
That did we feel at...?
That did you feel at...?
That did they feel at...?
Past perfect
That had I felt at...?
That had you felt at...?
That had she/he/it felt at...?
That had we felt at...?
That had you felt at...?
That had they felt at...?
Interrogative - CONDITIONAL
Present
would I feel at...?
would you feel at...?
would she/he/it feel at...?
would we feel at...?
would you feel at...?
would they feel at...?
Past
would I have felt?
would you have felt?
would she/he/it have felt?
would we have felt?
would you have felt?
would they have felt?
Present continous
would I be feeling at...?
would you be feeling at...?
would she/he/it be feeling at...?
would we be feeling at...?
would you be feeling at...?
would they be feeling at...?
Past continous
would I have been feeling?
would you have been feeling?
would she/he/it have been feeling?
would we have been feeling?
would you have been feeling?
would they have been feeling?
Interrogative - IMPERATIVE
Present
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Interrogative-Negative - INDICATIVE
Present simple
do I not feel at...?
do you not feel at...?
does she/he/it not feels at...?
do we not feel at...?
do you not feel at...?
do they not feel at...?
Simple past
did I not feel at...?
did you not feel at...?
did she/he/it not feel at...?
did we not feel at...?
did you not feel at...?
did they not feel at...?
Simple past
did I not feel at...?
did you not feel at...?
did she/he/it not feel at...?
did we not feel at...?
did you not feel at...?
did they not feel at...?
Present perfect
have I not felt at...?
have you not felt at...?
has she/he/it not felt at...?
have we not felt at...?
have you not felt at...?
have they not felt at...?
Past perfect
had I not felt at...?
had you not felt at...?
had she/he/it not felt at...?
had we not felt at...?
had you not felt at...?
had they not felt at...?
Past perfect
had I not felt at...?
had you not felt at...?
had she/he/it not felt at...?
had we not felt at...?
had you not felt at...?
had they not felt at...?
Simple future
will I not feel at...?
will you not feel at...?
will she/he/it not feel at...?
will we not feel at...?
will you not feel at...?
will they not feel at...?
Future perfect
will I not have felt at...?
will you not have felt at...?
will she/he/it not have felt at...?
will we not have felt at...?
will you not have felt at...?
will they not have felt at...?
Present continuous
am I not feeling at...?
are you not feeling at...?
is she/he/it not feeling at...?
are we not feeling at...?
are you not feeling at...?
are they not feeling at...?
Past simple continuous
was I not feeling at...?
were you not feeling at...?
was she/he/it not feeling at...?
were we not feeling at...?
were you not feeling at...?
were they not feeling at...?
Future continuous
will I not be feeling at...?
will you not be feeling at...?
will she/he/it not be feeling at...?
will we not be feeling at...?
will you not be feeling at...?
will they not be feeling at...?
Future perfect continuous
will I not have been feeling at...?
will you not have been feeling at...?
will she/he/it not have been feeling at...?
will we not have been feeling at...?
will you not have been feeling at...?
will they not have been feeling at...?
Present perfect continuous
have I not been feeling at...?
have you not been feeling at...?
has she/he/it not been feeling at...?
have we not been feeling at...?
have you not been feeling at...?
have they not been feeling at...?
Past perfect continuous
had I not been feeling at...?
had you not been feeling at...?
had she/he/it not been feeling at...?
had we not been feeling at...?
had you not been feeling at...?
had they not been feeling at...?
Interrogative-Negative - SUBJUNCTIVE
Present simple
That do I not feel at...?
That do you not feel at...?
That does she/he/it not feel at...?
That do we not feel at...?
That do you not feel at...?
That do they not feel at...?
Present perfect
That have I not felt at...?
That have you not felt at...?
That have she/he/it not felt at...?
That have we not felt at...?
That have you not felt at...?
That have they not felt at...?
Simple past
That did I not feel at...?
That did you not feel at...?
That did she/he/it not feel at...?
That did we not feel at...?
That did you not feel at...?
That did they not feel at...?
Past perfect
That had I not felt at...?
That had you not felt at...?
That had she/he/it not felt at...?
That had we not felt at...?
That had you not felt at...?
That had they not felt at...?
Interrogative-Negative - CONDITIONAL
Present
would I not feel at...?
would you not feel at...?
would she/he/it not feel at...?
would we not feel at...?
would you not feel at...?
would they not feel at...?
Past
would I not have felt?
would you not have felt?
would she/he/it not have felt?
would we not have felt?
would you not have felt?
would they not have felt?
Present continous
would I not be feeling at...?
would you not be feeling at...?
would she/he/it not be feeling at...?
would we not be feeling at...?
would you not be feeling at...?
would they not be feeling at...?
Past continous
would I not have been feeling?
would you not have been feeling?
would she/he/it not have been feeling?
would we not have been feeling?
would you not have been feeling?
would they not have been feeling?
Interrogative-Negative - IMPERATIVE
Present