English Vocabulary Exercises | Feelings and Emotions

English Vocabulary Exercises | Feelings and Emotions

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Exercise 13

Match the beginnings and endings of the sentences below:

  1. It doesn’t take much to make him angry. He’s always losing .
  2. When Sarah finds out I’ve broken her camera, she’s going to go .
  3. He‘s very bad-tempered. He’s always shouting .
  4. I know you’re angry but that’s no reason to raise .
  5. I’ve never seen him so angry. He was shaking .
  6. When my dad found out I’d crashed the car, he hit .

 


ANSWERS

  1. It doesn’t take much to make him angry. He’s always losing his temper.
  2. When Sarah finds out I’ve broken her camera, she’s going to go mad.
  3. He‘s very bad-tempered. He’s always shouting and swearing.
  4. I know you’re angry but that’s no reason to raise your voice.
  5. I’ve never seen him so angry. He was shaking with rage.
  6. When my dad found out I’d crashed the car, he hit the roof.

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