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This third deck is a listening activity about emotions and feelings in English. Students listen to a word and they have to choose the corresponding emoji.
Listening Activity : Emotions and Feelings Vocabulary
Students will play with 37 words (see list below) and 37 cards.
On each card there is:
- An icon to replay the audio file: when the card appears, the sound is played automatically. If students have not heard or understood properly, they can click on the icon to replay the sound.
- 4 emojis to pick from : students have to select the correct one.
You can watch the video preview to see this set in action or if you want to try the first 4 cards, click on the preview file to be redirected to the Boom Learning Website.
Ask your ESL students to repeat the words after hearing them. It will help them memorize the words and their pronunciation.
cards are displayed in a random order so that each game is different.
The words used in this resource
Students will play with 37 words: afraid – angry – annoyed - bored - cold - cross - curious - disappointed - down - ecstatic - excited - exhausted - fine - frustrated - funny - furious - great - guilty - happy - hot - in love - nauseous - nervous - not so bad - pretty good - proud - queasy - sad - scared - shocked - sick - silly - skeptical - surprised - tired - upset - whining
Your ESL students will be able to express their emotions and feelings in English in many different ways when you ask them “How are you ?”
Included in this resource:
- a pdf file with the link to the resource on
- TOU file
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Learning the vocabulary of emotions and feelings in English continues with the following decks:
- Deck 1: Learn Emotions and Feelings in English with Emojis
- Deck 2: Emotions and Feelings with Emojis: choose the word corresponding to the emoji.
- Deck 4: Emotions and Feelings with Emojis: listen and write the word corresponding to the emoji.
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It is to be used by the original downloader only. Copying or distributing for more than one teacher is strictly prohibited. Please read TOU included in the file.