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Hi,
I think it is right to say most stative verbs like "feel" can not be used in progressive. Does that mean when most of them that can't be used in progressive tenses are used progressively, they are to be considered an adjective?

He isn't feeling well.

Is the word "feeling" an adjective?
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<< think it is right to say most stative verbs like "feel" can not be used in progressive>>

No, this is a misconception.

He isn't feeling well.

Is the word "feeling" an adjective?

No, [felling] is still a verb in present progressive form.

i.e. how are you felling with you flu?
I am still not feeling too well

AnonymousHi,
I think it is right to say most stative verbs like "feel" can not be used in progressive. Does that mean when most of them that can't be used in progressive tenses are used progressively, they are to be considered an adjective?

He isn't feeling well.

Is the word "feeling" an adjective?

no