Expressing Feelings ESL Vocabulary Worksheets
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Expressing Feelings ESL Vocabulary Worksheets

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Expressing Feelings ESL Vocabulary Worksheets


Talking About Feelings and Emotions - Basic English Speaking

دروس في اللغة الإنجليزية: مصطلحات ومفردات إنجليزية للتعبير عن المشاعر



Welcome back to #raqmedia vocabulary lessons series.
In today's lesson we will be focusing on the expressions that one needs to express or ask about his or her feelings. As we all know feelings are part of our daily routine simply because every action we make or a reaction we get, makes us have a different feeling according to this or that situation. With our facial gestures we can also express feelings.
That's why - as a learner - you should be able to rename these feelings if you want to ask questions or give answers about them.

You can learn some examples through our interactive course in the video below. Here you can listen, repeat and simply practice some of the most common ESL / EFL expressions and phrases used to express emotions and feelings. 👌 👄
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Expressing Feelings Phrases with Arabic Translation:


These are the most common expressions and phrases used to express emotions and feelings with their equivalents in Arabic:

  • Happy = سعيد
  • Afraid = خائف
  • Frustrated = ضجر
  • Sad = حزين
  • Blessed = مبارك
  • Surprised = متفاجئ
  • Tired = متعب
  • Scared = مرعوب
  • Proud = فخور
  • Anxious = قلق
  • Shy = خجول
  • Loved = محبوب
  • Crazy = مجنون
  • Silly = ساذج
  • Stressed = متوتر
  • Embarrassed = متضايق

  • Disgusted = مشمئز
  • Optimistic = متفائل
  • pessimistic = متشائم
  • Hostile = عنيف
  • Bored = ضجر
  • Excited = متشوق
  • Energetic = حيوي أو نشيط

Download free crosswords, puzzles, worksheets and flashcards about the most common ESL / EFL expressions and phrases used to express emotions and feelings for beginners from the links below. This vocabulary lesson is targeted to the beginners and intermediate to build their basic vocabulary in English and help them speak confidently. You can review the expressions to talk about your family in English in our lesson here.


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