Beginner: Emotions – Synonymous Adjectives

READING ALOUD

Let’s read the dialogue. I will play Ron and you will play Emma. Then, we’ll switch roles.

READ

Hi, Emma. How was the exam?
It was fine. I’m glad I passed. Why do you look sad?

Do you mean you’re happy? Wow, that’s great! I feel miserable because I failed. I’m afraid to tell my parents.
You don’t have to be scared. Just explain it to them.
Emma

Okay, I will. Thank you, Emma.
You’re welcome. I hope you’ll feel better soon.Emma

CHECK YOUR UNDERSTANDING

Please answer the questions I’ll ask you about the dialogue.

ANSWER

1. How does Emma feel?
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2. Why does Ron feel miserable?
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3. Does Ron feel happy to tell his parents about his exam?
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4. Do you think Emma studied for the exam?
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DESCRIBING PICTURES

Study the picture for 1 minute. In a sentence, use the correct word from the parentheses that describes what each character feels.

ANSWER

1. How does Lily feel? (shocked/mad)
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2. How does Jack feel? (glad/afraid)
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3. How does Dan feel? (lonely/angry)
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CONVERSATION PRACTICE

Let’s talk. Please answer my questions. You may ask questions, too.

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1. What makes you feel lonely (sad)?
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2. What event amazed (surprised) you the most?
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3. What are you afraid (scared) of?
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4. What do you usually do to make people glad (happy)?
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5. When was the last time you got mad (angry)?
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