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Feelings Vocabulary in English - AIRC134: How are you feeling? How do you feel? Are you in the mood to practise English with us? We’re looking at feelings vocabulary today in Aprender Inglés con Reza y Craig. Más podcasts para mejorar tu ingles en:   More podcasts to improve your...

Feelings Vocabulary in English - AIRC134: How are you feeling? How do you feel? Are you in the mood to practise English with us? We’re looking at feelings vocabulary today in Aprender Inglés con Reza y Craig. Más podcasts para mejorar tu ingles en:   More podcasts to improve your...

ИзAprende ingles con inglespodcast de La Mansión del Inglés-Learn English Free


Feelings Vocabulary in English - AIRC134: How are you feeling? How do you feel? Are you in the mood to practise English with us? We’re looking at feelings vocabulary today in Aprender Inglés con Reza y Craig. Más podcasts para mejorar tu ingles en:   More podcasts to improve your...

ИзAprende ingles con inglespodcast de La Mansión del Inglés-Learn English Free

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How are you feeling? How do you feel? Are you in the mood to practise English with us? We’re looking at feelings vocabulary today in Aprender Inglés con Reza y Craig. Más podcasts para mejorar tu ingles en: http://www.inglespodcast.com/  More podcasts to improve your English at: http://www.inglespodcast.com/  Hello Craig, this is Alberto, again. (Luis Alberto Diaz Garcia - email) ¨Please help me with a doubt. When (do) I have to use "to me" or "for me". For example when people are talking about some topic and you have to give your opinion. Is it "to me" or "for me"? Another example when you are in a restaurant and your girlfriend asks for fish and you ask for your meal after her (immediately). Is it "for me only salad" or "to me only salad"? I will appreciate your help. Keep doing your excellent podcast!! Bye guys In this episode we're going to help you talk about your feelings. Listener Feedback: Audio feedback from Mamen commute is a verb. I commute to work every day. Noun: I listened to Aprender Inglés with Reza during my commute. I am a commuter. I commute to work every day. I have a 20-minute commute. Feelings I feel sad, lonely, afraid, blue, depressed, down, stressed I feel happy, positive, wonderful, enthusiastic, energetic, confident, healthy Voice message from Ana from Mexico: How does Ana feel and why? (Ana from Mexico feels disappointed, upset. She doesn't feel well - because of her level of English) I wrote to Ana and asked her for to tell us a bit more about her profession and which jobs has she applied for. She answered by email: “I'm a manufacturing engineer and I have applied for these kind of jobs, such as a project engineer, process engineer and others jobs related to manufacturing. I think I have not been accepted because the level of English they need is advanced, it is because global companies work with people around the world. It is required to talk about specifications of machines, materials, measures, tolerances, and more,especially over negotiations in money.” I think her English is very, very good. Suggestions: italki / Monica Stocker's FITA course. Episode 43 ( http://www.inglespodcast.com/2015/02/21/how-to-have-a-job-interview-in-english-and-work-vocabulary-airc43/  ) Episode 58 ( http://www.inglespodcast.com/2015/07/05/job-interview-questions-airc58/  ) My job interview ebook and audio. Are the following positive or negative feelings? Anxious - ansioso/a Ashamed - avergonzado/a - "Craig is ashamed of his level of Spanish." Astonished (amazed, surprised) - asombrado - "We are astonished at the number of listeners we have." Awful (horrible, terrible) - espantoso/a Bored (uninterested) - aburrido/a Concerned (worried) - preocupado/a Confused - confundido Contented (satisfied) - contento/a, satisfecho/a Disappointed - decepcionado, desilusionado Ecstatic (very, very happy, joyful) - extático/a Embarrassed (self-conscious) - avergonzado/a Excited - entusiasmado/a Furious (very, very angry) - furioso/a Guilty - culpable Hopeful (optimistic) - optimista Inadequate (insufficient) - deficiente, inapropiado/a, inadecuado/a Inferior - inferior Insecure - inseguro/a Irritated - irritado, enojado/a Jealous - celoso/a / envious - envidioso/a What's the difference between jealousy (celos) and envy (envidia)? Envy is when you want what someone else has, but jealousy is when you're worried someone's trying to take what you have. Envy is a reaction to lacking something. Jealousy is a reaction to the threat of losing something (usually someone). “I’m envious of my friends town house and office space.” Are you a jealous person? Mad / angry - enfadado / crazy about (in a positive way) "I'm mad about podcasting." Peaceful - tranquilo/a Proud - orgulloso/a Scared (afraid) - aterrorizado, asustado Sensitive - sensible Suspicious - sospechoso "That man looks suspicious." / "I feel suspicious of my neighbour." Threatened (in danger) - amenazado Vulnerable - vulnerable Worthless - despreciable / (cosa) sin valor - "This
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