Why I can't use "do you feel hungry"?

English Grammar Error, Intermediate level

ESL/EFL Test #23 [color=blue]“Expressions and Gerunds”, question 10

I’m absolutely starving as I haven’t eaten all day. What about you do you have hunger or have you eaten?

(a) starving
(b) all day
© do you have hunger

English Grammar Error, Intermediate level

ESL/EFL Test #23 [color=blue]“Expressions and Gerunds”, answer 10

I’m absolutely starving as I haven’t eaten all day. What about you are you hungry or have you eaten?

Correct entry: are you hungry
The error was: © do you have hunger

You have [color=green]found the error but your entry is [color=red]incorrect.
I’m absolutely starving as I haven’t eaten all day. What about you do you feel hungry or have you eaten?
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Hi, about this question i just want to know why i can’t use “do you feel hungry”, in fact, i know:
"are you hungry?
“is right, what is the difference here?”
“are you hungry”
is more compendious and chief?? or “do you feel hungry” seems to be long-winded?

Many Thanks

FangFang

Hi FangFang

“Feel hungry” is also used, however this could also indicate that you’re hunger isn’t “real” but rather just a feeling. For example, people sometimes start to feel hungry just from the smell of delicious food cooking.

Amy