This Spanish Easy Review vocabulary quiz takes a look at emotions, feelings and behaviors. It is human nature to feel all kinds of different emotions and we often act upon those emotions. Our actions reflect our behavior. We can be happy, sad, lonely, excited, angry, grateful and on and on. We know how to express these feelings in English so now it is time to start learning how to express those emotions in Spanish. There is a long list of emotions and behaviors but for now, we’ll focus on a select few. One thing to remember is that emotions and feelings are often used as either adjectives or verbs.
In this quiz, they will be used solely as adjectives. Remember, as an adjective, the word will take on either a masculine form or a feminine form depending upon the noun it will be associated with. There are always exceptions to the rule which you will see in the list. Now, your new Spanish vocabulary list that expresses emotions is as follows.
|English||Spanish||Pronounced (Phonetically) As|
|afraid / fear||asustado||ă-sū-stă-dō (same with both male and female)|
|angry||enfadado / a||ěn-fă-dă-dō / ěn-fă-dă-dă|
|excited||emocionado / a||ā-mō-sē-on-ă-dō / ā-mō-sē-on-ă-dă|
|fearful||temeroso / a||tā-māy-rō-sō / tā-māy-rō-să|
|bitter||amargado / a||ă-măr-gā-dō / ă-măr-gă-dă|
|grateful||agradecido / a||ă-gră-dāy-sē-dō / ă-gră-dāy-sē-dă|
|happy||feliz||fāy-lēz (same with both male and female)|
|kind||amable||ă-mă-blāy (same with both male and female)|
|lonely||solitario / a||sō-lē-tăr-ē-ō / sō-lē-tăr-ē-ă|
|nervous||nervioso / a||něr-vē-ō-sō / něr-vē-ō-să|
|relief||(el) alivio||ă-lē-vē-ō (same with both male and female)|
|sad||triste||trē-stāy (same with both male and female)|
|sick||enfermo / a||ěn-fěr-mō / ěn-fěr-mă|
|tired||cansado / a||cărn-să-dō / cărn-să-dă|
|unhappy||infeliz||ēn- fāy-lēz (same with both male and female)|
There are some very big words here so take your time in getting to know them. Practice saying them out loud using the phonetic pronunciation so that you can hear how they sound. The one easy thing here is that there isn’t a single new emotion/feeling word that contains an accent mark! What a relief! Ahh, that’s one of your new feeling words!
When you believe you can remember the Spanish word for each emotion, move on to the quiz section. There are ten emotions that are stated and your task is to find the correct emotion as it is translated in Spanish.
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