Talking about Your feelings

Leaning to talk about how you feel is important. Below you will learn some phrases and vocabulary to help you talk about your feelings and emotions in English.

  • Asking Someone ‘How they are?’
  • How are you?
  • How are you feeling?
  • How’s it going?
  • How you doing?
  • If Feeling Good, Say…
  • I’m good.
  • I’m great.
  • Not too bad.
  • If Feeling Bad, Say…
  • I’ve been better.
  • Not too great.
  • I’m a little under the weather.
  • Other Common Feelings:
  • I’m bored.
  • I’m disappointed.
  • I’m tried.
  • I’m sleepy.
  • I’m exhausted.
  • I’m depressed.

Phrases to Help You Express Your Feelings

  • I don’t like when you __________.
  • I feel __________ when ___________.
  • I don’t like it when it ___________. 
  • It makes me feel ________

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