English

1. I feel being cold.
2. I feel cold.
3. I am cold.
4. I am being cold.

I think #2 and #3 are correct.
What about #1 and #4?
Are they OK? What is the difference among the four expressions?

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asked by John
  1. #'s 1 and 4 are incorrect.
    #'s 2 and 3 are correct.

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    posted by Miss
  2. Miss is correct. The verb "being" isn't used very often and not after "feel."

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