FeelingsThe following page has learning games and example sentences using the following 23 words from the "feelings" category:
Pairs: getting ready...
- Your mission is to pair pictures with their correct titles in as few a clicks as possible.
- Click on a card to turn it. Next, try to find its partner by clicking on a second card. (If you fail to find a match with your second click, both cards will turn again.)
- This is a memory game as well as a vocabulary-learning game.
- Click on your first card to start. Good luck!
feeling or showing pleasure, contentment, or joy
- She feels happy when she sees her friends.
- A sunny day makes everyone feel happy.
- Happiness is contagious; it spreads to those around you.
- She was happy when she received good news.
- He couldn't help but feel happy on his birthday.
- They shared a happy moment together at the park.
unwilling to work or exert oneself, characterized by a lack of effort
- He's feeling lazy and doesn't want to do his homework.
- Sometimes, a lazy Sunday is just what you need.
- Being a little lazy can help you relax and recharge.
- She felt lazy on a Sunday morning and decided to stay in bed.
- He admitted to being a little lazy when it came to chores.
- They enjoyed a lazy day lounging by the pool.
having a positive outlook on life, expecting favorable outcomes
- Even in tough times, she remains optimistic about the future.
- An optimistic outlook can lead to more positive experiences.
- Optimistic people believe in the possibility of good things happening.
- She remained optimistic despite facing challenges.
- He had an optimistic view of the future.
- They were drawn to his optimistic attitude and energy.
feeling unhappy, sorrowful, or disappointed
- He's sad because his favorite toy is broken.
- Sadness can be temporary, and things will get better.
- It's okay to feel sad sometimes; it's a natural emotion.
- She felt sad after watching a touching movie.
- He comforted his friend when they were feeling sad.
- They couldn't help but feel sad at the news of the loss.
feeling content or pleased with a situation, outcome, or achievement
- After a hearty meal, she feels satisfied and full.
- Accomplishing a goal can leave you feeling satisfied.
- Satisfaction comes from appreciating what you have.
- She was satisfied with the results of her hard work.
- He felt satisfied after completing a challenging project.
- They left the restaurant feeling satisfied with their meal.
feeling unwell or experiencing illness or discomfort
- She's sick and needs to stay home from school.
- Being sick means you should rest and get better.
- Sick days are a time for self-care and recovery.
- She stayed home from work because she was sick.
- He caught a cold and felt sick for a few days.
- They offered sympathy when they heard he was sick.
feeling anxious or concerned about potential problems or outcomes
- He's worried about his upcoming test at school.
- Worrying too much can make you feel stressed.
- It's important to talk to someone when you're feeling worried.
- She was worried about her upcoming exams.
- He couldn't help but be worried when he heard the news.
- They reassured her when she expressed her worried feelings.
feeling fear or apprehension, scared or anxious about something
- The dark room makes her feel afraid.
- Being afraid of spiders is a common fear.
- Facing your fears can help you overcome them.
- She was afraid of heights and avoided tall buildings.
- He felt afraid when he heard a strange noise in the dark.
- They held hands as they walked through the haunted house, both feeling afraid.
feeling unease or nervousness about a future event or uncertain outcome
- She's anxious about meeting new people.
- Anxious feelings can lead to butterflies in your stomach.
- Taking deep breaths can help calm anxiety.
- She was anxious before her job interview.
- He felt anxious about the important meeting.
- They discussed their anxious feelings about the upcoming trip.
feeling uneasy or fearful about something that might happen
- He's apprehensive about trying new foods.
- Feeling apprehensive is normal when facing the unknown.
- Exploring new things can help overcome apprehension.
- She was apprehensive about traveling alone for the first time.
- He was apprehensive about making a public speech.
- They understood her apprehensive nature and provided support.
feeling guilty, embarrassed, or remorseful about one's actions or behavior
- She feels ashamed of her mistake.
- Apologizing when you're wrong is a way to deal with shame.
- Shame can teach us valuable lessons about right and wrong.
- She felt ashamed for not keeping her promise.
- He looked down, feeling deeply ashamed of his mistake.
- They forgave him when he expressed his ashamed feelings.
feeling uninterested or lacking excitement, often leading to restlessness
- He's bored because there's nothing to do.
- Boredom can lead to creativity and new ideas.
- Find something fun to do when you're feeling bored.
- She yawned, feeling bored during the long lecture.
- He wanted to do something fun because he was bored at home.
- They decided to play board games to cure their boredom.
engaged in work, activities, or tasks, often with little free time
- She's too busy with work to go on vacation.
- Being busy can make the days pass quickly.
- Balancing work and relaxation is important when you're busy.
- She was always busy with her job and responsibilities.
- He preferred to stay busy to avoid feeling idle.
- They understood that he was too busy to join them that evening.
feeling great pleasure, happiness, or satisfaction
- He's delighted by the surprise birthday party.
- Delightful moments are worth cherishing.
- Sharing good news can leave others feeling delighted.
- She was delighted with the surprise birthday party.
- He was delighted to receive a thoughtful gift.
- They could tell she was delighted by the smile on her face.
feeling strong revulsion or repulsion towards something unpleasant
- The foul smell filled the room with disgust.
- Feeling disgust is a natural reaction to unpleasant things.
- Disgust can help you avoid harmful or spoiled food.
- She wrinkled her nose in disgust at the foul odor.
- He felt disgust when he saw the littering in the park.
- They shared their disgust over the unsanitary conditions.
feeling enthusiastic or impatient about something, keen to do or experience it
- She's eager to open her birthday presents.
- Eager anticipation can make time feel slow.
- Being eager to learn can lead to great achievements.
- She was eager to start her new job and make a good impression.
- He felt eager to explore the new city he had moved to.
- They noticed his eager attitude towards learning new skills.
feeling extremely happy or overjoyed
- Winning the game left him feeling elated.
- Elated moments are filled with joy and excitement.
- Achieving your dreams can make you elated.
- She was elated when she received the news of her promotion.
- He felt elated after winning the championship game.
- They celebrated together with an elated sense of achievement.
feeling an intense and overwhelming sense of happiness or pleasure
- The news of their engagement left her feeling euphoric.
- Euphoria is an intense feeling of happiness.
- Experiencing euphoria can be a rare and memorable event.
- She was euphoric after achieving her lifelong dream.
- He described the moment as a state of euphoric bliss.
- They experienced a sense of euphoria during the concert.
feeling a heightened sense of anticipation or enthusiasm about something
- She's excited about the upcoming vacation.
- Excitement can make your heart race with anticipation.
- Feeling excited is like having a burst of energy.
- She was excited about her upcoming vacation to a tropical island.
- He felt excited to meet his childhood idol in person.
- They could sense the excited energy in the room before the big announcement.
feeling unsure or uncertain, showing reluctance or indecision
- He's hesitant to try the unfamiliar food.
- Being hesitant is normal when trying new things.
- Taking small steps can help you overcome hesitation.
- She was hesitant to accept the offer without knowing all the details.
- He appeared hesitant when asked to lead the project.
- They respected her decision to be hesitant about taking risks.
feeling without hope, pessimistic about the future or a particular situation
- After a series of failures, he felt hopeless.
- Feeling hopeless can be overwhelming.
- Seeking support from loved ones can help during hopeless times.
- She felt hopeless when her car broke down in the middle of nowhere.
- He described the situation as seemingly hopeless.
- They offered words of encouragement to ease her feelings of hopelessness.
the state of feeling without hope or optimism
- She couldn't shake the feeling of hopelessness.
- Hopelessness can lead to a lack of motivation.
- Finding hope in small things can combat feelings of hopelessness.
- She couldn't bear the weight of her hopelessness anymore.
- He recognized the signs of hopelessness in his friend.
- They decided to seek professional help to address their collective hopelessness.
feeling annoyed or bothered by someone or something
- The constant noise from construction work left her irritated.
- Feeling irritated is a reaction to annoyance.
- Taking a break to relax can calm your irritated nerves.
- She became increasingly irritated by the noise outside.
- He tried to hide his irritated reaction to the constant interruptions.
- They discussed the source of their irritation and how to address it.
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