He was thrilled to win and he kissed the cup. Syn=delighted Very happy and excited
I lost his keys; he is absolutely furious. Very angry
I was astonished to hear he was married. Very surprised Syn= amazed
Very sad and emotionally upset.
I was terrified when the plane took off. Very frightened Syn= scared stiff
You look very miserable. What's wrong? Unhappy and depressed Syn= fed up
Pleased about sth you or other people have done.
1- my boy friend is jealous when I'm with other boys. Angry or sad because you're afraid of losing somebody's love. 2- I've always been jealous of Tom; everyone likes him. Angry or sad because sb has sth you don't have. Syn= envious
He was anxious before he went into hospital. Worried and afraid
He was very upset because no one spoke to her. Sad and angry because of sth that happened.
Use absolutely before extreme adjectives. Use very before degree adjectives. I was absolutely amazed. They were very proud.
Having strong feeling, and often showing them. Emotion N.
Show your feelings
Express your feeling openly. Opp: hide your feelings
Make sb unhappy
Be in a bad mood
Opp : be in a good mood
Hurt somebody's feelings
Say sth that makes sb unhappy.
If you are moody, you often change and become angry or unhappy for no obvious reason.
Kind and showing you understand somebody's problems. (Sympathetic doesn't mean friendly or nice in English)
Giving help to sb who has a problem.
1- positive meaning: able to understand people's feelings and problems. Opp: insensitive 2- negative meaning: easily upset