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Topic: Emotions and Feelings 2



1. When I saw this movie, I was ________ because I thought it would be much better.
  disappointed
  nervous
  grateful

2. My wife and I are very ________ that you could come.
  ashamed
  pleased
  unhappy

3. Linda became ________ to her new classmate David, a very handsome young man.
  attracted
  happy
  shocked

4. They were ________ when they heard that noone was hurt in the accident.
  lonely
  ashamed
  relieved

5. Victoria has no friends in this city. She feels very ________.
  surprised
  great
  lonely

6. Where were you? I was ________ that something bad happened.
  worried
  pleased
  furious

7. When my brother found out that they treated his girlfriend so badly, he was ________.
  convinced
  furious
  merry

8. They were both very sad, so they had a ________ goodbye at the airport.
  bored
  tearful
  amazed

9. I was very ________ with my test results.
  jealous
  sympathetic
  disappointed

10. I am 100% ________ that he will find another job.
  enthusiastic
  convinced
  surprised


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