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anx-shes/adj. Worried, Tense Afraid Calm She feels anxious and afraid
Bash-ful/adj. Socially shy or timid Backward Extroverted Bashful boys were asking girls to dance.
Ko-shes/adj. Marked by or given to caution Chary Needless I am cautious around strangers.
Kyur-e-es, adj. Archaic, made carefully Nosy Incurious They were curious to find out who won the game.
Dih-prest, adj. Deject Abase Comfort She was depressed when her dog died.
D-\ter-mend, adj. Adj Having reached a decision Bent Faltering I am determined to finish my project
Ek-sta-tik, ik-sta-tik, adj. Of relating to Elated Depressed He was ecstatic when he found out that he was going to be a father.
Im- ber-es, verb To place in doubt Abash Aid I was embarrassed when I fell to the ground.
Ik-sit, verb To call to activity Amaze Bore The ideas excited the crowd.
Ig-zost, verb To consume entirely Break Renew They were exhausted at the end of the race.
Fir-fal, adj. Full of fear Timid Bold The small children were fearful of the monster.
Fry-tend, verb To make afraid Alarm Reassure The story really frightened me.
Fres-trat, verb To balk or defeat in an endeavor Balk Forward We’ve been frustrated in our effort to resolve the problem.
Gil-te, adj. Suggesting or involving Starned Shameless Do you think he is innocent or guilty?
Ha-pe, adj. Favorable by luck or fortune Lucky Hopeless She is a very happy child.
Hel-ples, adj. Lacking protection or support Exposed Shielded I feel helpless when I am sick.
Hop-ful, adj. Full of hope Bright Bleak The movie has a hopeful ending
Na-sant, adj. Free from legal guilt or fault Pure Impure The jury found her innocent.
In-ta-res-ted, adj. Having the attention engaged Drawn Apathetic The class was interested in the lecture.
Je-les, adj. Intolerant of rivalry or unfaithfulness Possessive Unenvious She was jealous of the girls eyes.
Lon-le, adj. Being without company Lone Accompanied She had a lonely childhood.
Lev, verb To hold dear Prize Disvalve He swore he loved her dearly.
Mis-che-ves, adj. Irresponsibly playful Arch Behaved They were punished for playing mischievous tricks on the neighbors.
Pand, adj. Feeling pain Annoy Aid She wore a pained expression on her face.
Did you have an enjoyable Easter holiday? 3 May, 2011 W. Wong 1.
LOS SENTIMIENTOS Y LAS EMOCIONES (Feelings and emotions)
Welcome! The Topic For Today Is… Making Inferences.
Discussion Would you please think of as many words as possible to express happiness?
Emotions as a way of Knowing. Chart These Emotions -Chart these words on an X-Y axis, with the X axis ranging from strong to weak and the Y axis ranging.
When the heart rules the mind
Real Conditionals Real Conditionals Talking about the present and the future Unit 2: Grammar.
He feels sad.. She feels thirsty. She feels hungry.
1 Building a Change-Ready Organization Dr. Michael McIntyre Director, UT Professional MBA Program
Grammar Practice: Participial Adjectives (-ing v. –ed adjectives)
Different feelings and emotions. What sort of feeling is... HAPPY FRIGHTENED ANGRYSAD Delighted.
NOTE: To change the image on this slide, select the picture and delete it. Then click the Pictures icon in the placeholder to insert your own image. MENTAL.
A djective with suffix –ed or –ing Edi Sunjayanto.
'-ed' and '-ing' adjectives
Definition: Very busy I was as busy as a bee over the weekend. I got a lot done.
Jimmy loves to play soccer! He walks outside for recess and sees 2 boys in his class kicking a soccer ball back and forth. He’s kind of shy and has no.
Feelings Everybody has feelings. Feelings Everybody has Feelings! There are many ways to feel! Can you look at someone and know how they feel? Angry Sad.
Gerunds & Infinitives Focus on Academic English. How to use Gerunds – Unit 12 O As the subject of a clause (2.1): O Getting an A is awesome. O As the.
What is the basic emotion? Rage, being uptight, disgust, being mad, vengeance, fury, resentment, irritation, annoyance, being upset, frustration ANGER.
Talking About Emotions Class Look at these 2 lists: List #1 Happy Excited Positive Relieved Joyful List #2 Sad Worried Negative Disappointed.
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