She was feeling well
Thats what it shiuld be
What is the point of "se" here?
The verb «sentirse» means "to feel;" it is always reflexive. The verb «sentir», on the other hand, means "to sense."
Is there an easy way to remember preterit vs imperfect? These sentences seem to be structured exactly the same as a preterit sentence. So what is a good way to think about preterit and imperfect? (Beside all of the rules you learn in Spanish class.)
Short answer: The imperfect describes conditions in the past, the preterit describes events. "While I was driving (imperfect) I saw (preterit) an accident."
exactly what I was looking for; thank you!!!
I believe that, if you can say "at that time.." it is imperfect.
Also, if you can say (add, substitute) "was/were...ing": or "used to...." or "would (used to)..."
WHAP! Thanks! I needed that.
is not "used to feel", and "had felt" the same? Please explain why "She had felt well" is wrong
Duo accepts "she felt good" as correct for me.
'Used to feel...' is the imperfect tense 'se sentía...', whereas 'had felt...' is the pluperfect tense 'se había sentido...'.
Could "she was feeling good" an option?