有感情 yǒu gǎnqíng
To have affection
I have no affection for Shanghai because it's not my hometown.
他们夫妻俩感情很好。tāmen fūqī liǎ gǎnqíng hěn hǎo.
That couple has a good relationship.
感情不好 gǎnqíng bù hǎo.
To not have a good relationship.
长期的 chángqī de
They're together every day, their affection will certainly develop.
我对你没有感觉，我们还是做朋友吧 péngyou ba.
I don't have any feelings for you. It'd be better if we were just friends.
你有什么感觉？ nǐ yǒu shénme gǎnjué?
What feelings do you have?
你感觉怎么样？nǐ gǎnjué zěnmeyàng?
How do you feel?
I feel like there's a problem with this sentence, but I don't know where it is.
Makes me feel...
I feel very frustrated.
This situation makes me frustrated.
To be moved, to move.
I read your letter and I felt really moved.
When I listen to John's podcast I'm very moved.
雷锋的故事感动了大家。Léi Fēng de gùshi gǎndòng le dàjiā.
Lei Feng's story moved everyone.
To be emotionally affected.
What's life in the military like? I really want to feel what it's like.
What feelings did it give you?
After seeing the movie, what was your emotional reaction?
Consider someone's emotional reaction.
伤害别人的感情。shānghài biérén de gǎnqíng.
To hurt somebody's feelings.
Sometimes, when taking pictures and you come across a bad photographer, it's a waste of emotion.
I feel very relaxed.
I feel very tired.