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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #121748: Emotion and adjectives
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    Emotion and adjectives

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    1. The dog did its mess on the carpet! I am very ( )   [a...].

    2. Your boss has been talking about statistical formulas for hours. Now you feel ( )   [ex...].

    3. My favourite goldfish died last night. I am very ( )   [s...].

    4. A hurricane is going to hit our city! You are ( )   [s...].

    5. You go swimming and see a man-eating shark with enormous teeth: you are ( )   [te...].

    6. I' ve been running for three miles, I am ( )   [t...].

    7. I' am listening to Martin Luther King's famous speech: I am very ( )   [h...].

    8. I' ve been working all day and now have to clean the house. I am really ( )   [di...].

    9. I didn't pass a test after trying six times: I feel ( )   [de...].

    10. I' m going to meet the president of the country; I am very ( )   [l...].

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