#245: How to Express Your Emotions in English
When people ask us “How are you?”, we often get lazy and we use the same old replies such as “I’m good,” or “I’m great,” AND especially “I’m fine.” But there are so many more great ways to describe how you’re feeling if you want to be more specific about your emotions. In this podcast we’ll help you expand your vocabulary and learn a range of words to describe your emotions, thinking about them on a scale from low intensity to high intensity.
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Words You’ll Learn in the App
- Put a smile on someone’s face
- Rolling one’s eyes
- Step it up a notch
- Something’s up
- Wake up on the wrong side of the bed
- Grate on someone
- To be bananas
- And many more in the app.
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