Vocabulary and Speaking Talking about Feelings 1 by Danny Ballan | Aug 8, 2022 | 0 comments Talking about Feelings 1 Quiz Level: Intermediate - Upper-Intermediate Quiz time: about 5 minutes Name Email 1- Read the remarks and then answer the questions. George: 'I'm just not feeling very happy today. Everything seems to have gone wrong.' Katie: 'I like my life and I have nothing to complain about.' Pilar: 'I felt so good that nothing bad had happened. It could have been a disaster.' Max: 'I've had enough of all the arguments and the bad atmosphere at work.' Agnes: 'I felt very happy when I heard she had an interview for the job.' Sara: 'Thank you for helping me today.' Carlos: 'I've been so unhappy for a long time.' I've been seeing a psychiatrist.' Stefan: 'I just don't understand. Was that his wife or his daughter.' 1. Who feels fed up with something? Please select your answer Carlos Stefan Pilar George Katie Max Agnes Sara 2. Who feels depressed? Please select your answer Pilar Katie George Carlos Sara Stefan Agnes Max 3. Who feels content? Please select your answer Max Stefan Carlos George Agnes Katie Pilar Sara 4. Who feels grateful? Please select your answer Carlos Katie Pilar Agnes George Max Sara Stefan 5. Who feels miserable? Please select your answer Stefan Agnes Sara Katie Carlos George Max Pilar 6. Who feels thankful? Please select your answer Pilar Sara Katie Carlos Stefan Max George Agnes 7. Who feels confused? Please select your answer George Katie Agnes Max Sara Stefan Carlos Pilar 8. Who feels delighted? Please select your answer Pilar Agnes Carlos Stefan Sara George Katie Max 2- Rewrite the words in parentheses using words you learned in the episode. 9. After watching the nature program, I felt (stimulated) ______ to become a zoologist. 10. I always get (a feeling of negative excitement) ______ just before an exam. 11. I was (very excited and pleased) ______ to see my old school friend again after so long. 12. I was (extremely angry) ______ when they refused to give me my money back. 13. The news about Rory's illness really (made me feel unhappy) ______ me. 14. At first, I was (full of positive feelings) ______ about the course, but it's just not very good. 3- Fill the gaps using the adjectives you learned in the episode. Choose an appropriate adverb (absolutely, quite, or a bit) to go in front of the adjective. Sometimes, both are possible. 15. I was feeling (quite / absolutely) ______ because she had not phoned to say she had arrived safely. 16. I am (quite / absolutely) ______ of her selfish behavior. I’ve had enough! 17. It’s all so complicated. I feel (a bit / quite) ______. Can you help me? 18. I was (absolutely / a bit) ______ when I heard the wonderful news! 19. It made me feel (quite / a bit) ______ that I still couldn’t play any songs after six weeks of guitar lessons. 20. You always seem so (absolutely / quite) ______ with life. How lucky you are! Time is Up! Time's up Submit a Comment Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment * Name * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. Δ This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.