A1 Memory Cards | Expressing feelings

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basic adjectives

Practice for free your English vocabulary with this expressing feelings exercise for the A1 Movers Cambridge English Young Learners Test (YLE). It is aimed at students at an A1 Level of English.

Adjectives for feelings are used to express our emotions. In this memory game, we have ten basic adjectives surprised, shy, tired, confused, tired, confused, angry, sad, sleepy, happy, bored and worried to learn.

There are 10  hidden photos of a girl expressing her feelings behind the tiles you can see below. To play, click the tiles with your mouse or finger. Try to match the pictures underneath with the word for the object.

Expressing feelings

 

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More vocabulary practice at an A1 Level:

Animals | The Body and the FaceClothes | Family | Feelings | Food & Drink | Health | The Home | Names | Numbers | Places | School | Sports & Leisure | TimeWeather

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