English Vocabulary Exercises | Feelings and Emotions

English Vocabulary Exercises | Feelings and Emotions

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Exercise 2

Match the situations with the following feelings:

  1. I can’t believe I got so drunk. → 
  2. I didn‘t expect the film to be so violent. → 
  3. Why didn’t you phone to say you’d be late? → 
  4. There’s a huge spider in the bath! → 
  5. They talked about computers all evening. → 
  6. I got the results back from the hospital today. They’re negative, thank goodness! → 
  7. When my daughter became a doctor, I was really pleased. → 
  8. She came home to find we’d organised a big party for her. → 

 


ANSWERS

  1. I can’t believe I got so drunk. → I feel so ashamed.
  2. I didn‘t expect the film to be so violent. → I was quite shocked by it.
  3. Why didn’t you phone to say you’d be late? → We were very worried.
  4. There’s a huge spider in the bath! → I‘m really frightened of them.
  5. They talked about computers all evening. → I was so bored.
  6. I got the results back from the hospital today. They’re negative, thank goodness! → I’m so relieved.
  7. When my daughter became a doctor, I was really pleased. → I felt so proud.
  8. She came home to find we’d organised a big party for her. → She was so surprised.

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