Ways to say how you feel in English

Ways to say how you feel in English

Apr 27, 2021

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Today,  we're going to talk about your feelings and we're going to use some adjectives to express those feelings.

1️⃣ Heartbroken

Meaning: feeling very sad

You can be heartbroken about somebody (your boyfriend, girlfriend, etc), or you can be heartbroken about something.  


He's heartbroken because the love of his life has walked out on him.

He's heartbroken because he didn't get the place in university that he was hoping for.

2️⃣ Trapped

Meaning: you feel trapped when you're stuck in an unpleasant situation, and you feel that you cannot escape from it 


He's been trapped in a dead-end job for years.

Being single is better than feeling trapped in a toxic relationship.

3️⃣ Embarrassed

Meaning: you feel embarrassed when we do something we shouldn't have done, or we don't do something we should have done 


I felt a little bit embarrassed the next day after the party.

I was embarrassed when he confessed his love to me in public.

4️⃣ Disgusted

Meaning: when we are disgusted, it's because there's something we just don't really like; we don't like the taste of it; we don't like the sound of it; we don't like the sight of it


I was disgusted by the sight of graffiti on the walls of a nice building.

I felt disgusted when I shook his hand. 

Follow the link,  watch the full video on YouTube  ➡️ - https://youtu.be/qHkYVPZc4

and find out what I find disgusting.

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