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pleased in English:

1. glad glad


Tom was glad he didn't have to live in Boston for more than a year.
I'm very glad that I've been singled out as being a suitable person for the job.
I'm glad you enjoy skiing, but I guess it's just not my cup of tea.
First of all, let me say how glad I am to be here.
I'm glad
If you wish, you may pick them up, or we would be glad to send them back to you.
His parents were glad at his success in the examination.
Now that we are established in our new house we shall be glad to receive visitors.
That’s great news! I’m so glad you got your degree.
[glad] glad
I am glad that children from the age of 12 years will have their own passport.
As I was taking leave of my friend, he said he would be glad to see me again before long.
I'm glad we didn't go there because there were some localized heavy rain showers.
I don't think that they are valuable just because they have a large crop, but I'm glad when they sprout in great numbers - even when they are poison mushrooms.
Upon arriving at the airport, he said, "I'm glad I could come back."

2. happy and satisfied happy and satisfied



3. with with


Tom flirted with Mary.
With the approach of Christmas, business improved somewhat.
Is there any problem with feeding my dog ice cream?
I have a lot of friends who are native speakers, so I've had a lot of experience speaking with native speakers.
I watched the film named "Texas Chainsaw Massacre" with my girlfriend yesterday. She was very afraid.
It turns out that that house is infested with garter snakes. They're everywhere.
A fat white cat sat on a wall and watched the two of them with sleepy eyes.
Everything accomplished starts with the dream of it, is a saying we all know to be true.
If God is with us, then who can be against us?
Our city is rather small in comparison with Tokyo.
I think it's a shame that some foreign language teachers were able to graduate from college without ever having studied with a native speaker.
Tom couldn't go to Boston with us because he didn't have enough money.
The purpose of advertising is to familiarize consumers with the name of a product.
Tom is good with his hands and has built many interesting things.
I'm busy with writing letters and giving speeches.

4. displeased displeased


If she was displeased, she never showed it.
She bitterly regretted having said something that displeased her mother-in-law.
He was displeased with his neighbor.
... wrote an article that displeased people in the government.
If you have not paid because you are displeased with something we have done, would you tell us what it is?
I'm displeased at your negligence.
No one feels displeased when he is praised.
He is displeased with their way of reception.
He is displeased at her rude behavior.