There are many useful adjectives that describe how we are feeling and to what extent. Some words are stronger than others. Here are some of the most common.
Happy - a general good feeling 嬉しい
I’m happy because I had a good day today.
Eating ice cream makes me happy.
The flowers made her happy.
Thrilled - a higher level of happy 興奮した
I’m thrilled to be going to DisneyLand next week.
Jurassic World thrilled me.
Angry - a negative feeling 怒ってる
My noisy neighbor makes me angry.
I was angry waiting in line.
My best friend’s husband always makes her angry.
Furious - a higher level of angry 激怒した
I was furious when the sales clerk double charged my credit card.
Seeing gun violence makes me furious.
I was furious at the man for stealing my bicycle.
Sad - an unhappy feeling 悲しい
Lost puppies make me sad.
Rainy days make me sad.
Heartbroken - very sad, usually from lost love 胸が張り裂けるような
I was heartbroken when my boyfriend broke up with me.
The heartbroken crane continued to look for its missing mate.
Confused - a feeling of not knowing what is going on 困惑する
I was confused when I couldn’t find my car keys.
Mystery books make me confused.
Nervous - a feeling that you get before a test or a date 緊張する
I was nervous before writing the TOEIC exam.
My boyfriend was nervous on our first date.
Going for job interviews makes me nervous.
Worried - when you’re not sure about something 心配してる
I’m worried about Tom’s health checkup.
Sarah’s asthma makes me worried.
I’m worried about taking the test tomorrow.
How are you feeling today?