LIVE WITH LYNNE AND CRAIG
Emotions & Feelings – Part
Let’s deal with the language describing our emotions and
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
Vb: To interest
Adj: interested, interesting
What ____________ you most about your job?
Who is the most …………….. person you know?
Are you ___________ in politics?
Vb: To confuse
Adj: confused, confusing,
What do you find the most ………….. about English?
Were you ever _________ by maths at school?
Have you ever _________ somebody for somebody else?
Vb: To stress (about/over st)
Adj: stressed, stressful
Adv: - stressfully
What makes you feel …………..?
What kind of situations are the most __________ for you?
How do you deal with _________?
Vb: To inspire
Adj: inspired, inspiring, inspirational (hymns, spiritual, acts)
Adv: - inspirationally
Who has ………….. you the most in your life so far?
Is there any movie/book/company you find ____________?
Why is _____________ important? Or is it?
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