Words 1 & 2 of the Weekend: Anxious & Relieved

Why are they useful? They’re common feelings, especially around the current World Cup events… Or of course, anything you can feel nervous about. 😉 They’re opposite feelings too. So, you feel relieved, when you no longer feel anxious.

EX: Paulo was feeling very anxious before Brazil’s game, but was relieved with their victory.

What are you relieved about that made you anxious before?

 

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Courtesy: Merriam-Webster Learner’s Dictionary

 

Cartoon Friday ~ Humor with Mood Idioms

TGIF

Hey! T.G.I.F!!!  This is an extension to this week’s idiom post: Be on Cloud Nine with these Idioms for Feelings and Moods

I thought it would be a fabulous opportunity to see how some of these idioms are being used through humor, and see them in pictures. Enjoy learning through laughter today!

First, enjoy this video featuring Rachel Dratch and her character from Saturday Night Live, “Debbie Downer.”

See how negative she can be, what does she complain about?

 

 

 

Have a wonderful Friday, Happy Studying! ♥

Remember to share these cartoons with a friend to extend the smiles, and check back for words of the weekend tomorrow and Sunday!

 

Be on Cloud Nine with these English Idioms for Feelings and Moods

Think about your daily routine, conversations, and interactions. How often do you answer the questions, “How are you?” or “How are you doing?” Have you ever been asked, “Are you okay?” “Is something wrong?” Being able to express our feelings … Continue reading