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    Vocabulary 6 Unit 2
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  • Anxious: Worried and nervous.
    Adjective, My mother always gets a bit anxious if we don't arrive when we say we will.
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  • Ashamed: feeling guilty or embarrassed about something you have done or about a quality in your character.
    Adjective. You've got nothing to be ashamed of.
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  • Calm: Peaceful, quiet, and without worry.
    Adjective. Now keep calm everyone, the police are on their way.
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  • Drowsy: Being in a state between sleeping and being awake.
    Adjective. The room is so warm it's making me feel drowsy.
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  • Glum: Disappointed or unhappy, and quiet.
    Adjective. You look glum. What's up?
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  • Grumpy: Easily annoyed and complaining.
    Adjective. A grumpy old man.
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  • Guilty: Feeling guilt.
    Adjective. You've got a guilty conscience - that's why you can't sleep.
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  • Irritated: Annoyed
    Adjective. I began to get increasingly irritated by/at her questions.
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  • Outrage: Feeling outrage.
    Adjective. She became outraged by poverty.
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  • Pleased: Happy or satisfied.
    Adjective. A pleased expression/smile.
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  • Proud: Feeling pleasure and satisfaction because you or people connected with you have done or got something good.
    Adjective. You must be very proud of your son.
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  • Shocked: Surprised or upset because something unexpected and usually unpleasant has happene.
    Adjective. After his announcement, there was a shocked silence.
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  • Proud: Feeling pleasure and satisfaction because you or people connected with you have done or got something good.
    Adjective. You must be very proud of your son.
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  • Threatened: When a person threatens the life of another.
    Adjective. The threat to the gentleman with a pistol.
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  • Thrilled: Extremely happy about something.
    Adjective. I was thrilled that so many people turned up to the party.
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  • Annoyed: When a person feel.
    Adjective. I was so annoyed with him for turning up late.
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  • Embarrassed: Feeling ashamed or shy.
    Adjective. She felt embarrassed about undressing in front of the doctor.
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  • Nervous: Worried and anxious.
    Adjective. Do you feel/get nervous during exams?
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  • Tired: In need of rest or sleep.
    Adjective. I was so tired when I got home from work last night that I had a quick nap.
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  • Culpable: Sentirse culpable.
    Adjetivo. Tienes una conciencia culpable por eso no puedes dormir.
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