: expressions for feelings Revision:
can't wait - so - suppose so - Vocabulary a bit
- (colloquial) a little, or partial - used with negative adjectives, i.e.
a bit nervous
- He's a bit shy.
- The movie was a bit boring.
- The weather was a bit cold.
- a bit worried or anxious, i.e.
a bit upset
- He's a bit nervous about his driving test tomorrow.
- a bit sad / unhappy
(I) can't wait to
- She's a bit upset right now: she lost her job yesterday.
- (colloquial) I'm very enthusiastic to do something, i.e.
- I can't wait to go on holiday next week.
- My daughter can't wait for her birthday party, she talks about it every day.
- They can't wait to sell the house, they've never liked living there.
- try to feel happier a disaster
- a bad or terrible reality; can be very serious or not, i.e.
fed up with
- There has been an earthquake disaster.
- I tried to cook a meal for my friends but it was a disaster.
- (phrasal verb) bored, a bit angry, irritated, can be followed by noun
- He's fed up with his job, he wants a change.
- I'm fed up with eating pasta, I want something different.
- I'm fed up with going to the same cafe every day, let's go somewhere else.
in fact - the truth, the reality, i.e.
- He was born in 1960, wasn't he?
- No, in fact, he was born in 1950.
- You looked a bit tired after the football match.
- I was very tired, exhausted, in fact.
I suppose so - to agree about something, but reluctantly, i.e.
- We should clean and tidy the kitchen.- I suppose so. (I don't really want to but I will.)mock exams
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