Emotions / Feelings 情感
Tired? Busy? Happy or sad? Trying to describe how you feel in Chinese is an important yet tricky part of learning any language. There are many English words for describing emotions which simply cannot be translated into Chinese, and vice versa.
We are here to help you with these common Chinese words to express your emotions/feelings.
For this interesting topic, here are some useful sentence structures that you can use :
Sentence structure 1
I'm a little ...+ emotion/feeling
我有一点 (wǒ yǒu yī diǎn) ...+ emotion/feeling
Example: 我有一点担心. // I'm a bit worried.
Sentence structure 2
I'm very ...+ emotion/feeling
我很 (wǒ hěn) ...+ emotion/feeling
Example: 我很高兴. // I'm very happy.
This product contains the following worksheets:
Emotions / Feelings in Chinese Characters
- 开心 happy
- 高兴 delighted
- 伤心 sad
- 失望 disappointed
- 生气 angry
- 愤怒 angry, mad
- 担心 anxious, worried
- 紧张 nervous
- 害怕 scared
- 惊讶 amazed, surprised
- 累 tired
- 饿 hungry
- 饱 full
- 渴 thirsty
- 烦 annoyed
- 困 sleepy
- 闷 bored
- 忙 busy
- 舒服 comfortable
- 不安 uneasy
- 寂寞 lonely
- 尴尬 embarrassed
- 痛苦 painful
- 4 colouring sheets
This set of worksheets is easy to print:
- 1 PDF file containing 40 pages
- 300 dpi; high quality for printing
- Ready to print on either A4 or Letter size paper
Learn to write Simplified Chinese characters with our custom made PDF worksheets. Every worksheet is specially designed with easy step-by-step visual guide that children can easily trace and write beautiful Chinese characters!
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