Vocabulary for Emotions and Feelings

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Spanish words for emotions and feelings:

contento/a = happy

“Estoy muy contento hoy.” = “I am really happy today.”

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triste = sad

“La mujer está triste esta noche.” = “The woman is sad tonight.”

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enojado/a = angry

“Juan está enojado.” = “Juan is angry.”

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emocionado/a = excited

“El señor Smith está emocionado. ¡Acaba de ganar la lotería!” = “Mr. Smith is excited. He just won the lottery.”

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deprimido/a = depressed

“El hombre está deprimido hoy.” = “The man is depressed today.”

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estresado/a = stressed

“El jefe está estresado porque los empleados no hacen su trabajo.” = “The boss is stressed because the employees don’t do their work.”

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preocupado/a = worried

“El señor Gomez está preocupado.” = “Mr. Gomez is worried.”

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ocupado/a = busy

“La secretaria está ocupada esta mañana.” = “The secretary is busy this morning.”

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aburrido/a = bored

“El anciano está aburrido.” = “The old man is bored.”

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estar de buen humor/ to be in a good mood

“El padre y la hija están de buen humor.” = “The father and the daughter are in a good mood today.”

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estar de mal humor/ to be in a bad mood

“Mi jefe está de mal humor hoy.” = “My boss is in a bad mood today.”

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asustado/a = scared

“La mujer está asustada.” = “The woman is scared.”

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enfermo/a = sick

“Mi hija está enferma.” = “My daughter us sick.”

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cansado/a = tired

“Roberto no puede trabajar porque está cansado.” = “Roberto can’t work because he is tired.”

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relajado/a = relaxed

“María está relajada porque está de vacaciones.” = “Maria is relaxed because she’s on vacation.”

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molesto/a = annoyed

“El director de la escuela está molesto conmigo.” = “The principal of the school is annoyed with me.”

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sorprendido/a = suprised

“Julia está sorprendida.” = “Julia is suprised.”

Exercises in This Lesson

Matching Exercise
Fill in the Blanks
Word Order Exercise
Sentence Building Activity
Reading Activity
Spelling