Mood Words expressed with images of facial expressions – both male and female faces

Mood Words expressed with images of facial expressions - both male and female faces

Use these ‘Mood Words’ that are expressed with images of facial expressions both male and female… make 1/2 sentences with what you are in a mood to use.

Mind your sentences: they are generically used as adjectives three examples: 1) “I am in an adventurous mood and want to do something new today!” another type of usage can be; 2) “I felt that I accomplished ‘a milestone’ when my boss appreciated my efforts” and 3) “I was really ashamed when someone pointed out my mistake. I promised i will not repeat it!” – Note: this is for Intermediate/Get Selected students… students of BASIC English to stay with simple sentence structures…

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3 thoughts on “Mood Words expressed with images of facial expressions – both male and female faces

  1. This article is expressing the various moods that a professional can have in a nice way, it can be used in our expressions and has good scope to develop the vocabulary
    My examples are :
    An assertive lawyer always proves his point in court
    An adventurous mountaineer must have an enthusiastic attitude
    The executive looked bored and alone in the hot midday sun
    The physical blow aggravated the verbal duel
    The doctors were bewildered looking at the new medical reports
    The competent surgeon knew the outcome of his deep cuts and turned cautious

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  2. Be cautious about your home privacy
    I feel ashamed of my mistakes which i made yesterday
    yesterday when i was travelling without a ticket in the train i felt ashamed when ticket checker caught me.
    i am totally clueless about e-marketing
    my brother is totally clueless about computer hardware
    i am a competent student for this job.
    Are you an assertive guy?

    Note: The above comment was posted by a student from Trick’s id. Errors corrected by the trainer: 1) without in place of ‘with’; 2) ‘in’ before yesterday not required; 3) ‘a’ competent student; and 4) ‘an’ assertive guy):

    Overall sentence composition score in using mood words is 7/10. Good job!

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  3. Facial expressions are very important part of ‘body language’ and they are as vital as the words spoken for any professional student… So when expressing what’s your mood maintain the right body language.

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