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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #57167: Express one's feelings
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    1. I was so when his father died.

    2. Running out of time is something that makes me feel .

    3. When I first saw him I was so by him, I forgot everything I had to say.

    4. You know life can be .

    5. She was getting with all those people moving around her.

    6. This is not fair, I can't believe my ears, I feel so by his behaviour!

    7. I found all those horror paintings quite disturbing. They make me feel a little .

    8. My colleague doesn't know what he wants so I get easily .

    9. The problem is that emotions always him.

    10. The crowd cheered, becoming when the team scored.

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