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1) He doesn't feel up to the job.
2) I don't feel up to any more work today.
3) I just didn't feel up to going.
4) I don't feel up to going to work today.
5) I am so tired.I don't think I feel up to going shopping today.
6) I don't really feel up to seeing anyone.
7) If you feel up to it, we could walk into town after lunch.
8) I don't feel up to going out tonight.
9) He did not feel up to braving the journalists at the airport.
10) If you feel up to it, we could walk into town.
11) After the accident she didn't feel up to driving.
12) I don't feel up to a long hike today.
13) Do you feel up to it, or are you too tirde?
14) I don't know if I feel up to studying this afternoon.
15) I'm exhausted. I feel up to going to Rob's barbecue tonight.
16) I don't know if I feel up to working today.
17) Do you feel up to the mark this morning?
18) I don't feel up to such a long journey.
19) We could go on now if you feel up to it.
20) Do you feel up to taking a hike?
21) He doesn't feel up to the task.
22) He doesn't feel up to a long walk.
23) Are you sure you feel up to teaching today?
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25) It was a serious fall - it'll be a while before you feel up to walking again.
26) Do we have to go to the party? I really don't feel up to it.
27) You don't need to go back to school if you don't feel up to it.
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29) Or you catch a cold and you just do not feel up to it?
30) We could go on with the work now if you feel up to it.
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