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How do you say this in English (US)? Sounds understandable.
Don't feel like, up to doing.
(1) I'm not up to eating today
(2) I don't feel like eating today.

I'm up to eating mangos today
I feel like eating. Mangos today

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How do you say this in English (US)? Sounds understandable. 
Don't feel like,  up to doing. 
(1) I'm not up to eating today
(2) I don't feel like eating today. 

I'm up to eating mangos today
I feel like eating. Mangos today
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