Is it correct that I say: I would like to do sth "in a manner" that I have a better feeling. Does "in a manner" mean "in such a way"?
If feeling better is the result or aim of doing the thing in that manner, you should probably say "in a way that will make me feel better" or "so I will feel better"
No, that sounds strange. Use "in a manner of" as "a way of doing as".
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how is it correct, suspended by any reason or for any reason?
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