I was reading through a few short stories when I realised that one of the stories had these two sentences:" I do not feel good" and "I do not feel well" I was quite puzzled and I would like to know if they are both correct. If they are different in anyway, please provide a specimen sentence for the two sentences.
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closed as general reference by Matt E. Эллен♦, tchrist, Kristina Lopez, cornbread ninja 麵包忍者, Robusto Mar 27 '13 at 0:04
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I do not feel good and I do not feel well are equivalent. They both indicate your well-being. Well and good both modify feel. However, you can use feel good in another construction like so:
Here, you are not expressing anything about your health, rather you are expressing how you are feeling about your interaction with something else, like "the path".