How Do You Spell FEEL?

Correct spelling for the English word "feel" is [fˈiːl], [fˈiːl], [f_ˈiː_l] (IPA phonetic alphabet).

Common Misspellings for FEEL

Below is the list of 311 misspellings for the word "feel".

Similar spelling words for FEEL

Plural form of FEEL is FEELS

1 words made out of letters FEEL

4 letters

  • feel.

Conjugate verb Feel

CONDITIONAL PERFECT

I would have felt
you would have felt
he/she/it would have felt
we would have felt
they would have felt
I would have feel
you would have feel
he/she/it would have feel
we would have feel
they would have feel

CONDITIONAL PERFECT PROGRESSIVE

I would have been feeling
you would have been feeling
he/she/it would have been feeling
we would have been feeling
they would have been feeling

CONDITIONAL PRESENT

I would feel
you would feel
he/she/it would feel
we would feel
they would feel

CONDITIONAL PRESENT PROGRESSIVE

I would be feeling
you would be feeling
he/she/it would be feeling
we would be feeling
they would be feeling

FUTURE

I will feel
you will feel
he/she/it will feel
we will feel
they will feel

FUTURE CONTINUOUS

I will be feeling
you will be feeling
he/she/it will be feeling
we will be feeling
they will be feeling

FUTURE PERFECT

I will have felt
you will have felt
he/she/it will have felt
we will have felt
they will have felt

FUTURE PERFECT CONTINUOUS

I will have been feeling
you will have been feeling
he/she/it will have been feeling
we will have been feeling
they will have been feeling

IMPERATIVE

you feel
we let´s feel

NONFINITE VERB FORMS

to feel

PAST CONTINUOUS

I was feeling
you were feeling
he/she/it was feeling
we were feeling
they were feeling

PAST PARTICIPLE

felt

PAST PERFECT

I had felt
you had felt
he/she/it had felt
we had felt
they had felt

PAST PERFECT CONTINUOUS

I had been feeling
you had been feeling
he/she/it had been feeling
we had been feeling
they had been feeling

PRESENT

I feel
you feel
he/she/it feels
we feel
they feel

PRESENT CONTINUOUS

I am feeling
you are feeling
he/she/it is feeling
we are feeling
they are feeling

PRESENT PARTICIPLE

feeling

PRESENT PERFECT

I have felt
you have felt
he/she/it has felt
we have felt
they have felt

PRESENT PERFECT CONTINUOUS

I have been feeling
you have been feeling
he/she/it has been feeling
we have been feeling
they have been feeling

PRESENT SUBJUNCTIVE

he/she/it feel

SIMPLE PAST

I felt
you felt
he/she/it felt
we felt
they felt

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