Talking about Your feelings


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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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