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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #89775: Sentiments and expressions
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    1. Tony would really like to hear from Suzy. He seems to .

    2. I didn't know I was supposed to dress up for this party. I really felt .

    3. Suzy is very . She cries so easily when she is touched.

    4. Suzy is very emotional. When she saw the baby for the first time she .

    5. I'm so disappointed I could .

    6. He always sees the bright side of life. He is very .

    7. He has gone through so many . He must get some rest.

    8. I'm to see Mary after so many years. She must be grown up now.

    9. Everything is going wrong in my life. I've lost heart, I feel .

    10. I'm to work for him. He keeps bullying his employees.

    11. He is so . I feel depressed after every conversation that I have with him!

    12. He is so ; I'm very fond of him.

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