Language of Feelings - Answer Sheet

A LESSON PLAN FOR ENGLISH LANGUAGE TEACHERS

Level: Advanced
Topic: General
Grammar Topic: Vocabulary
Type: Lesson Plans
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Published: 8th Apr 2011

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Answer key

Amused – Laugh, giggle, ha ha, hee hee, tee hee, titter, chuckle, guffaw, 
snicker, snort
Angry/ annoyed/ irritated/ furious - Clench your fists, go red in the face, 
narrowed eyes, stare, swear, curse, growl, frown, roar
Confused – Frown, shrug your shoulders, erm, map, maze
Cold – Blue lips, shiver, brrr, frost bite, hypothermia, wrap up, hug yourself, 
rub your hands together
Disappointed – Slumped shoulders, sigh, ho hum, chin up, groan, pout
Disgusted – Stick out your tongue, yuck, retch, turn your nose up, eww, 
wrinkle your nose, pinch your nose, cover your nose and mouth
Drunk – Hic, hiccups/ hiccoughs, sway, can’t walk in a straight line, slurred 
speech, hangover, giggle, red in the face
Embarrassed – Red cheeks, avoiding eye contact, try to hide
Excited – Heart pumping, whee, yippee  
Happy - Smile, purr, hooray, yippee
Hot - Sweat, go red in the face, pant, fan yourself (with your hand), strip off
Ill/ Sick/ Unwell – Sniff, cough, sneeze, atishoo, groan, wheeze, moan, ouch, 
ow, gargle
Proud – Polish your finger nails on your lapel, smile, raise one hand, bow 
Relieved – Phew, thank goodness, 
Sad/ depressed/ upset/ unhappy - Tear, cry, weep, sigh, corners of your 
mouth turned down, blue, mope around, down in the dumps, sniff, howl, 
whine, grumble, bawl, weep, boo hoo  
Scared – Hair standing on end, wide eyes, scream, knees knocking, gulp
Surprised – Well I never did, a start, jump, boo, oh, bang, boom, gasp
Thirsty – Gulp, swallow, parched
Tired/ sleepy - Yawn, bags under your eyes, eyes drooping, head drooping
Worried/ nervous –Uh oh, chewing your fingernails, sweaty palms, gulp

Written by Alex Case for UsingEnglish.com © 2011

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