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Feelings and emotions

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Today we discussed feelings and emotions. We had many new words and talked about the best way to use them in everyday life.

Here you can read different expressions and perhaps it would be extremely helpful for you.

1. Exhausted – [ɪɡˈzɔ:stɪd] 
2. Confused – [kənˈfju:zd] 
3. Ecstatic – [ekˈstætɪk] 
4. Guilty – [ˈɡɪlti] 
5. Suspicious – [səˈspɪʃəs] 
6. Angry – [ˈæŋɡri]
7. Hysterical – [hɪˈsterɪkl̩] 
8. Frustrated – [frʌˈstreɪtɪd] 
9. Sad – [sæd] 
10. Confident – [ˈkɒnfɪdənt] 
11. Embarrassed – [ɪmˈbærəst] 
12. Happy – [ˈhæpi] 
13. Mischievous – [ˈmɪstʃɪvəs] 
14. Disgusted – [dɪsˈɡʌstɪd] 
15. Frightened – [ˈfraɪtn̩d] 
16. Enraged – [ɪnˈreɪdʒd] 
17. Ashamed – [əˈʃeɪmd] 
18. Cautious – [ˈkɔ:ʃəs] 
19. Smug – [smʌɡ] 
20. Depressed – [dɪˈprest]
21. Overwhelmed – [ˌəʊvəˈwelmd] 
22. Hopeful – [ˈhəʊpfəl]
23. Lonely – [ˈləʊnli]
24. Lovestruck – [lʌv strʌk] 
25. Jealous – [ˈdʒeləs] 
26. Bored – [bɔ:d]
27. Surprised – [səˈpraɪzd] 
28. Anxious – [ˈæŋkʃəs] 
29. Shocked – [ʃɒkt]
30. Shy – [ʃaɪ] 
31. to fall in love with
32. It makes me so depressed
33. I’m afraid
34. You frightened me
35. It’s not my fault
36. How do you feel?
37. head over heels in love - very much in love with someone
38. with open arms - enthusiastically, warmly
39. to be down in the dumps - to be unhappy
40. to be down in the mouth - to be sad
41. to breathe a sigh of relief - to express relief that something has ended.
42. to wish the ground would swallow you up - to wish that you could disappear because you feel very embarrassed
43. butterflies in one's stomach - fluttering sensations caused by a feeling of nervous anticipation
44. in good spirits - happy and cheerful; positive and looking toward the future, despite unhappy circumstances.
45. a cold fish - a person who does not seem very friendly and does not show their emotions

By Anna Piterskaya
Published Feb. 26, 2015 10:14 AM