Interesting Words to describe facial expressions – Free English Lessons.
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In this English lesson you will learn some interesting vocabulary to talk about facial expressions in English.
There are different facial expressions that can express different emotions and we also have different words to describe each expression.
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Doleful - Sad / Morose
My heart went out to the children on the street and their doleful faces.
Glaring - Staring in an annoyed fashion
The teacher glared at the students for misbehaving in class.
Ecstatic - Very joyful/ Extremely joyful
Jack was ecstatic when he landed his dream job.
Exasperated - Irritated, frustrated
Certain colleagues at work leave me feeling exasperated because of their rude
Grinning - Smiling naughtily
The child grinned from ear to ear after completing his mischief.
Annoyed - Angry
The boss looked annoyed with Sally for being lax at work
Fierce - Very angry / aggressive
Jenny was fierce with anger when she heard that her Tom had been stealing at school.
Mocking - Taunting or sarcastic
The stock market seems to be mocking at the investors now a days with its constant ups and downs.
We hope this English lesson has helped and you have learned some new English vocabulary. Use these words in your English conversation to speak fluent English.
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