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VOCABULARY: FEELINGS AND EMOTIONS

|cheerful: behaving in a way that shows you are |cheer up (verb): to start to feel happy again |delighted: extremely happy because something |
|happy. 'I'm Robyn,' she said with a cheerful |after being sad. |very good has happened. We were absolutely |
|smile. ||delighted to hear that you’re going to England. |
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|be in a good mood: to be happy at a particular | |exhilarated: feeling extremely happy, excited,|
|timeand therefore friendly to other people. |H A P P Y / E X C I T E D |and full of energy: Dan felt strangely |
| | |exhilarated by the day's events. |
|enthusiastic: feeling or showing a lot of |relieved: feeling happy because you are no ||
|interest and excitement about something: All |longer worried about something: She looked |thrilled: very excited, happy, and pleased: |
|the staff are enthusiastic about the project. |extremely relieved when she heard the news. |We were so thrilled to hear about the baby. |
| |Hismother was relieved to see him happy again. | |
|glad: happy about something that has happened | |thrilled to bits/pieces (=very thrilled) |
|especially because a situation has improved. I´m| | ||so glad (that) I´ve got the job. | |elated: extremely happy and excited, especially|
| | |because of something that has happened or is |
|glad to be/hear/say/see: She was glad to hear ||going to happen. |
|that he had arrived home safely. | | |


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| [pic] |exciting: Melanie finds her workexciting and rewarding. |
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| |thrilling: interesting and exciting. Doing bungee-jumping was an absolutely thrilling experience. |
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| |exhilarating: making you feel happy, excited, and full of energy: an exhilarating walk. |


EXCITING

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|amazed/astonished: extremely surprised. She |stunned: too surprised or shocked to speak. He |startled: surprised and a little frightened or |
|was astonished to see John kissing Sara. |looked completely stunned. |worried. They were startled by a sudden flash |
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