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Im using the word feel as an action verb in a sentence. please tell me if this makes sense at all- I can feel the air on my hair.

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    Yes, that's correct.

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    Ok, i will use it, Thank You!

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    Sorry for that, i used that name on a girl or boy who said boring history.

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