I feel like this sentence is just weird overall. When would you need to tell someone that they feel comfortable? It should be them telling you that they feel comfortable.
Hehe, you make a good point. It must either be a very confident or stubborn doctor who would tell me I am comfortable. :-D
It is a bit more natural to say "you feel well" but you still shouldn't be telling someone how they feel
Agreed, there's so many ways to get this answer wrong partly because it's not a sentence anybody would ever use in English
I don't know about the Chinese, but this is a very weird and unnatural sentence in English.
"Things only spoken by hypnotists" for 2000 Alex
"You are not sick anymore, you feel comfortable." is marked wrong.
yeah you shouldn't have to say and
"you aren't sick anymore and feel very comfortable" should also be accepted.
The typo is based on tje programs available answers...
Delete this sentence. Not practical at all.
"你不生病了" means "You are not sick", not "You are no longer sick"