2012-2-6 9:26:36 版主
feelings and emotions
Love jealous frightened scared embarrassed confused nervous guilty excited proud worried surprised bored ashamed relieved shocked emotional moody exhausted tired terrified stunned amazed disgusted afraid impatient horrified devastated happy sad angry shy
Start to feel
Get really/a bit
Be afraid of
Worry about money
Be scared stiff
A: hello! How are you today?
B: hi. I’m feeling very nervous. I just had a test and I’m not sure how well or how badly I did.
A: it’s not use worrying about it now. you’ve done test and you can’t change any of your answers.
B: that’s true. I really should go home and prepare for the next test, but I’m feeling tired.
A: let’s go and get a coffee together. That will help you to wake up again!
B: ok. I feel like sitting down and having a chat. How have you been recently?
A; oh, you know me. I’m always happy! If I think I’m getting into a bad mood, I call some friends and socialize or have a chat.
B: that’s a good idea. I usually just sit at home alone and get increasingly moody.
A: I hate spending too much time at home. I get bored of it really quickly. I’m always excited about going out to party or other social event and meeting people.
B: perhaps I’m being too shy. I should go out more too and not spend time worrying about tests!
A: hello! What are you reading about in the newspaper?
B: hello! I was exhausted fomp3 studying, so I decided to read the newspaper to relax. Unfortunately, the news is so depressing. There has been another murder in the city center. I’m shocked that the police haven’t caught the killer yet.
A: people are starting to get frightened by it. Everyone will be relieved when they finally catch the murder.
B: you mean “if” they catch the murderer. I’m scared stiff about going into the city center at night.
A; there must have been some good news in the newspaper. I can’t believe that none of the news stories make you happy or excited.
B: well, there was one good piece of news. You remember the local girl who was dying of a rare blood disease?
A: yes. Her parents were raising money to have her treated in the united states.
B; well, they’ve got the money and she’s going tomorrow for treatment.
A: I’m so happy for the family! They must be very relieved and excited about that.
B; I’m sure they are. Oh, and a local man won the lottery. I’m so jealous! I wish it were me! I buy a lottery ticket every week and I’m amazed that I haven’t even won a small prize yet. It’s so unfair!
A: don’t be moody! I hope you’re not tired, because we’ve been invited to a party this evening. I know how excited you get about parties.