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Could you please check if everything is correct? Thank you.


1) angry/annoyed/furious/cross/happy/glad
upset ABOUT something / WITH someone FOR doing something.

Are you annoyed/furious/angry with me for being late?
2)
excited/worried/nervous/crazy/cheerful/
enthusiastic/sad/embarrassed/confident ABOUT something:
3) Are you excited about going on holiday next week? I was embarrassed about how untidy the house was.
Carol is upset about not being invited to the party.
4) I feel much more confident about myself

5) delighted/pleased/disappointed/fed up/ bored WITH something
6) I was delighted with the present you gave me.

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    AOK!

    Sra

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