Conjugation and use of the verb "sentirse"  

Spanish Grammar Reflexive Verbs Sentirse - to feel

The verb sentir (to feel) is usually associated with health or feelings in a reflexive form "sentirse". When accompanied by (IOP) indirect object pronouns (me, te, le, nos, os, les) it follows the pattern:

IOP + verb sentir + health/feeling

yo me siento (I feel)
te sientes (you feel)
Ud./él/ella se siente (you/he/she feels)
nosotros (as) nos sentimos (we feel)
vosotros (as) os sentís (you guys feel)
Uds./ellos/ ellas se sienten (you all/they feel)

Me siento mal.
I feel bad.

Me siento muy bien.
I feel very well.

Me siento feliz.
I feel happy.

We can add the subject at the beginning of the sentence for emphasis:

Ella se siente mucho mejor.
She feels much better.

Nosotros nos sentimos mareados.
We feel dizzy.

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