Time to learn some more vocabulary. 英単語を勉強しましょう！
Please read the following words and sentences aloud. It is very important to understand words in context. Below are 18 words for describing how you “feel”.
Afraid – I am afraid of spiders. I was bitten by one when I was a child.
Angry – I am really angry with my brother. He borrowed money from me without asking.
Bored – I so bored with my job. I am going to quit.
Confident – I wish I was more confident. I never have the courage to say what I want.
Disappointed – I saw Star Wars 3 last night. I was really disappionted. It was really boring
Disgusted – I was disgusted when heared about the NOVA teacher being murdered.
Embarrassed – I embarrassed my self this morning. I was walking around the office with my shoes on the wrong way.
Excited – I am really excited about going to America. I leave in two days.
Exhausted – I have been working since five this morning. I am so exhausted. I think I skip dinner and just go to bed.
Frustrated – I am frustrated with my English. I wish I could speak better.
Happy – I am so happy. I got my bonus yesterday. It was much more then I expected.
Jealous – It is silly to compare yourself to other people, but sometimes I get jealous of sucessful people.
Nervous – I often get nervous before making speeches.
Relieved – I thought I lost my wallet this morning on the train. I found it at work. I was so relieved.
Sad – I feel sad but I don’t know why. I could be depressed.
Satisfied – I am never satisfied. I always want more out of life
Surprised – I bumped into an old friend yesterday. He used to be shy, but now he seems really confident and happy. I was really surprized.
READ THEM AGAIN
The more words you know and understand the better speaker you will become!