Another way of saying: "I don't feel like eating meat."


Are the two sentences correct? or Which one of the two is correct for another way of saying: "I don't feel like eating meat"?


"I'm not in the mood to eat meat." or "I'm not in the mood eating meat."

asked Jun 14 '13 at 07:29 Ernest Estrella New member

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The first is grammatically correct, not the second.   But "I'm not in the mood for meat" sounds better.

link comment answered Jun 14 '13 at 13:25 Michael Cranfield Expert

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