Relax! Speak English; many thanks for sharing this post. It is always good to have examples of what a TEFL teacher can do with their classes. I hope that it is okay that I have reblogged this on my blog. What do you all think of these examples? I hope to use them in my classes in the future.
1) Look at these feelings. Are they positive, negative or neutral? Try to use them in the following sentences:
cheerful, confused, content, ecstatic, envious, frustrated, grateful, indifferent, miserable, moody
1. After such a wonderful meal, we all felt________
2. Joe is_____________towards the suffering of other people. It looks like he doesn’t care at all.
3. I’d be very __________ if you could help me with my homework.
4. Bob’s new girlfriend is extremely_______ you never know whether she’s going to smile or cry.
5. Jane has to work seven days a week. She feels _________ towards people who have the weekend off.
6. It’s been raining almost every day this summer. Everyone feels_____________
7. Jim was absolutely_____________when he won the lottery.
8. My cousin has been trying to pass her driving test for over two years. She feels very_______
2) Match the ordinary feelings on the right…
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