I feel like (clause)

You use "I feel like ___" to express your opinions. When you state your opinions this way, it sounds more personal than when you say "I think ___":

I feel like kids these days don't have the same sense of respect that they used to when I was growing up.

You can also use "I feel like ___" when you're not quite sure of something. For example, if you lost your credit card:

I feel like I might have left it at the bar I went to the other night.

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