1.2 TRY SOMETHING NEW: FEELINGS

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disappointed and angry
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frustated

felt embarrassed
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I wished the earth would swallow me up.

over the moon

disgusted me
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made my stomach turn

glad it was finished
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I was relieved

very interested
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fascinated

felt nervous
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I was shaking like a leaf

I felt scared out of my wits
wits Sound mental faculties; sanity: scared out of my wits.

they were really impressed

embarrassing
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awkward

frustrated
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frustration

awkwardness

embarrassed
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embarrassment

creativity

disappointed
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disappointment

anxiety


fascinated
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fascination

worry

spontaneous
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spontaneity

nervousness

amusement

People often comment on my (?)
spon?
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People often comment on my spontaneity.

My greatest (?) are related to my relationships rather than money.
fru?
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My greatest frustration are related to my relationships rather than money.

When I was younger, I was (?) in social situations, but not anymore.
awk?
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When I was younger, I was awkward in social situations, but not anymore.

I get a lot of (?) from being with children.
amu?
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I get a lot of amusement from being with children.

I often feel quite (?) in my friends, for example when they don't have time for me.
dis?
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I often feel quite disappointed in my friends, for example when they don't have time for me.

For me, (?) is a complete waste of energy.
ang?
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For me, anger is a complete waste of energy.

I suffer from (?) in large groups.
ner?
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I suffer from nervousness in large groups.

I often feel intense (?) in lifts.
anx?
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I often feel intense anxiety in lifts.

identification

appreciate
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appreciation

preparation

contribute
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contribution

donation

reaction

prevention

argument

development

involvement

treatment

existence

defence

interference

preference

reference

signature

pleasure

failure


Is your (?) easy to read and has it changed over the years?
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Is your signature easy to read and has it changed over the years?

How do you show your (?) for good service in a hotel?
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How do you show your appreciation for good service in a hotel?

Have you ever taken classes in self-(?) or are you confident you could look after youfself in an emergency?
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Have you ever taken classes in self-defence or are you confident you could look after youfself in an emergency?

Are you studying English for business or for (?)?
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Are you studying English for business or for pleasure?

In a group situation, do you make a lot of (?) or are you fairly quiet until you have something important to say?
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In a group situation, do you make a lot of contributions or are you fairly quiet until you have something important to say?

Do you have a (?) for a particular type of music?
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Do you have a preference for a particular type of music?

Do you carry any (?) with you, such as your passport?
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Do you carry any identification with you, such as your passport?

Do you enjoy having heated (?) with people or do you tend to avoid them?
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Do you enjoy having heated arguments with people or do you tend to avoid them?

Have you ever written a (?) for someone for a job or to go to university?
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Have you ever written a reference for someone for a job or to go to university?

Can you remember a teacher who had a strong influence on your (?) as a person?
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Can you remember a teacher who had a strong influence on your development as a person?

something that you feel in your mind, for example happiness or sadness

challenging
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difficult in an interesting or enjoyable way. hard difficult. Hard is less formal than difficult and is very common in everyday English

an ability to do something well, especially because you have learned and practised it talent

to be the right size and shape for someone or something

frightened or nervous about something SYN afraid

to be very upset and not know what to do because you have tried everything possible to solve a problem

happy because you are no longer worried or frightened

embarrassing

to hit your hands together several times to show that you approve of something, or want to attract someone’s attention applause

when dancing one of the movements you make with your feet when you are doing a dance

something that is given to someone who is successful in a competition, race etc

to look at someone or something for a long time

to make food or drink go down your throat

to make someone very excited and pleased

the sport of climbing mountains or rocks

to succeed in controlling a feeling or solving a problem

if you are healthy, your body is in good condition and you do not feel ill or weak

the feeling you get when you are afraid or worried that something bad will happen

a set of instructions that tell you how to cook something

altogether
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You use altogether to talk about the total amount of people or things

to move earth, snow etc so that you make a hole in the ground, especially using a tool such as a spade

a system of exercises which helps you to relax your body and mind

a tool that you use for digging, with a long handle and a wide flat part at the end


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