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  • Hi, everybody, welcome back to our weekly live stream.

  • My name is Alicia, and today we're going to talk about how to express emotions.

  • This is going to be a good lesson for beginners.

  • I'm going to talk about a lot of vocabulary words you can use to, like, specifically destroyed.

  • Describe your emotions, and I'm also going to talk about some very basic sentence patterns you can use.

  • At the end of today's lesson.

  • I'm going to talk about some idioms relating to emotions and some kind of interesting phrases you can use so as you join.

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  • Uh, I am going to share the video now and then I am going to begin because we have a lot to talk about.

  • Especially ah, lot of vocabulary to cover.

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  • We're going to begin today by talking about some basic grammar structures.

  • I'm going to review some very, very basic grammar that you can use to express your emotions to express your feelings.

  • So let's begin with basic grammar patterns.

  • All right, uh, let's start over here very, very simply and please.

  • As as the lesson continue, send your example.

  • Sentences in the chat.

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  • So let's start over here.

  • The first grammar pattern is the most basic sentence structure.

  • Most basic sentence for today.

  • It's I'm plus adjective.

  • I'm plus adjective.

  • So this I'm is the reduced form, the short form of I am?

  • Yeah.

  • So I read your comments all the time.

  • I read your comments almost every day.

  • Lots of people forget this.

  • Lots of people, right?

  • I plus adjective like I happy or something like that.

  • Please don't forget this.

  • I'm I'm I'm plus adjective, so we'll talk about vocabulary words to use here.

  • A reminder.

  • An adjective is a word that describes a noun or described an advert.

  • So adjectives, for example, more later, happy I'm happy or I'm angry or I'm sad and so on.

  • So use an adjective at the end of the sentence to describe your emotions.

  • Okay, Uh, then to make the negative form, you would just use, Not after I'm so I'm not plus your adjective, so very, very basic sentence structure to be a little more specific.

  • Then you can use something like this.

  • I'm a bit or I'm a little plus your adjective.

  • So this means the level is kind of down.

  • So I'm happy and I'm a little happy.

  • That's kind of a slight difference there.

  • It's not such a natural thing to say in that case, but if you want to be more specific about the level of your emotion you can use, I'm a bit or I'm up little again.

  • Don't forget this article here.

  • I'm up it.

  • I'm a little here already.

  • Uh, next What is I'm feeling?

  • I'm feeling so we're using the progressive that continuous form here I am feeling adjective.

  • This is commonly used when we are sick.

  • I'm feeling sick or I'm feeling bad or I'm feeling better.

  • So again, these are very, very basic sentence structures we can use for to do use lesson on that you can use in your everyday life to describe or to think about your condition or your emotions.

  • I want to continue to a couple more, uh, patterns A specifically, uh, patterns We used to describe the cause of something eso for this Maybe.

  • I think many of you know, about the verb to make to make So here, when we say, for example, he she or it makes me this makes means causes causes.

  • So we're not talking about creating something this sentence pattern mean causes me to feel adjective.

  • So, for example, he makes me angry.

  • Means he causes me to feel angry.

  • This is another very common way that we express emotions.

  • Ah, specifically relating to the cause of the emotion.

  • Or she makes me happy.

  • If you want to change the subject and use you as the subject like you make me adjective.

  • So please note when your subject is you.

  • It's kind of hard to see on the screen.

  • Sorry.

  • Uh, you There's no es Here.

  • You make a reminder.

  • When your subject is he she it or that as well?

  • Uh, yeah.

  • Uh, this s has to be You have to use.

  • This s at the end of make.

  • So he makes me She makes me and so on.

  • But you make me so please don't forget these little points.

  • Well, they're not little.

  • I know they seem little.

  • It's one letter, but they're very important.

  • So again, don't forget, this s Don't forget your article and expressions like this.

  • And don't forget your apostrophe m here.

  • So these little points, uh, they sound like little points.

  • So these structures thes sentence patterns are going to be like the foundation those air going to be the patterns we use for today's lesson.

  • So, uh, yes.

  • Send me your example.

  • Sentences.

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  • Uh, dis rosier is high on YouTube.

  • Says she makes me happy.

  • For example.

  • Very nice.

  • Very nice.

  • Ah, Leah says you make me feel like a 1,000,000 bucks.

  • Nice one, Leah.

  • Okay.

  • Uh, distrust here says again, you make me laugh.

  • Good, Good, good, good.

  • Uh, Huhn.

  • Hi.

  • Sorry if I mispronounced your names that I'm feeling strong, Jack says.

  • I'm feeling so stressed, stressed, so I'll add that to a list of words later stressed e d.

  • At the end, stress is a noun.

  • Sam says, Why did you add s after makes?

  • This is a, uh, present tense grammar point.

  • When your subject is he she or it The verb make takes an s at the end.

  • This is true for regular verbs in English.

  • If your subject is you, there is no change to the vert.

  • So your subject changes the verb conjugation.

  • That's why there's an s here.

  • Okay, Other example.

  • Sentences.

  • Oscar says she makes me feel comfortable.

  • Good.

  • Carlo says she makes me sick.

  • Nice examples.

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  • I wonder if they're true.

  • Okay, good.

  • Uh, let's take a quick break, and then we'll go to may be the biggest part of today's lesson, which is about vocabulary.

  • I've chosen a lot of vocabulary words, uh, to expand your vocabulary.

  • I hope break and then we'll go on.

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  • Uh, Okay.

  • I'll show you a few.

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