LIVE WITH LYNNE AND CRAIG
EMOTIONS & FEELINGS - 1
Let’s deal with the language describing our emotions and our feelings.
Often the verbs we use to describe emotions have more than one adjective.
to interest - interested - interesting
Often the adjectives are:
With ed describing the feeling experienced by the subject (passively) (actually
a passive use of the verb to be)
eg. I am interested in what Lynne and Craig have to say.
With ing describing the way a subject is giving the feeling to others (actively)
eg. This live stream is interesting
Sometimes there are some irregular verbs
to impress - impressed - impressive
Eg. I was impressed by Lynne and Craig’s live stream
Eg. Lynne and Craig’s live stream was impressive.
It’s also useful to learn the nouns and adjectives associated with these
Let’s talk about how we feel in certain situations
Elicit: What’s the verb, noun, adjective, adverb?
Vb: To frustrate
Adj: frustrated, frustrating
What makes you …………..?
What is the most …………….. situation you have been in this year?
How do you deal with _________?
Vb: To bore sb
Adj: boring, bored
Do you often get ___________?
What kind of activities/sports do you find _________?
How do you deal with _________? Is it a good thing?
Vb: To offend
Adj: offended, offending, offensive,
Adv: - offensively
Do you get easily …………..?
What kind of behaviour do you find particularly __________ these days?
What do you do when someone takes _________?
Vb: To embarrass
Adj: embarrassed, embarrassing
Do you get ______ __________ when you speak a foreign language? Why?
What is the most ____________ situation you have been in?
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