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CPE - Describing Feelings

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Mummy is extremely _______ with you today Jonny, you've been a bad boy!
downcast
When he read the results of the election he was ............... CAST
dispirited
He got really ....................... after not understanding anything in the first class. SPIRIT
distressed
The little girl was extremely ...................., shouting and screaming. STRESS
touchy
He's so (easily offended) it's impossible to know when he's gonna blow is top.
resentful
She's never forgotten how she was overlooked for the promotion, I don't think she'll ever stop being ......... RESENT
irate
When the flight was cancelled, there were hundreds of extremely .......... travellers queuing to complain.
distraught
When he realised he couldn't find his parents he became extremely d............... (upset)
edgy
He has been (nervous and easily offended) all week.
enraged
The other driver quickly became .................... when I waited at the lights for too long. RAGE
wound up
She got herself so ................. before the award ceremony we nearly had to cancel it. WIND
flabbergasted
I was absolutely f.................... when he asked me for another week off work.
appalled
I was a................... by his behaviour, it was shocking and unacceptable.
speechless
He left me ...................... when he just got up and walked out of the office without a word. SPEAK
taken aback
She was ........................ by the quantity of dirty washing she found under his bed. TAKE
thrown
I was .................. by his response and didn't know how to respond.
THROW
baffled/perplexed
Trying to decipher the Tokyo metro system left me completely b........../p.............
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