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I have been in Canada for seven years. When I have time, I volunteer to help new immigrants in community centres. One of the immigrants said to this to me:

I am happy that we are Vietnamese. I really feel warm and close when I talk with you.

I am still trying to improve my English. He said, "... feel warm and close ...". Does it make sense to say "I feel warm and close when ..."?

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I see no reason why it wouldn't.

Example:

I feel very cozy when I'm at your house.

You can use other adverbial phrases instead of when.

Example:

I feel happy every time I see you.

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