Is there a difference between the following examples?

1. I feel tired. vs. I am tired.

2. I feel excited. vs. I am excited.

3. I feel bored. vs. I am bored.

Thanks for your help.

The 'am' examples state it a bit more as a real, concrete fact.

Best wishes, Clive
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Hope that my question is not too silly:

If I say "I am cold", is it possible that someone will interpret it as "The temperature of me is low" instead of "I feel cold"?

In the U.S. at least, "I'm cold" is perfectly acceptable.

Hello, I would like to find out the difference between, and 'I feel ...' and an 'I am ...' statement.

Thank you


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