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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #121575: Emotions
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    Emotions


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    1. I have worked for hours.I am (                 ) now.

    2. He was (                             ) to see me again in London.

    3. My baby is (                    ) today because he didn't sleep very well.

    4. They have got a lot of problems and they are a little (                             ) .

    5. Don't be so (                       ) ! You'll pass your exam.

    6. That boy is (                 ) ! He wants to jump from that bridge over there.

    7. He has bought a new car and is very (                 ) of it.

    8. The children are (                          ) ; they are playing in the garden.

    9. She has to go to hospital and she is (                       ) about that.

    10. I didn't recognise him! I feel quite (                          ) .









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