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Lesson 4: Talking about Feelings

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Exercises with 'estar' (to be)



Exercise
Yo también. Pablo's daughter is in the age, where she tries to repeat everything. However Pablo feels, she tries to feel exactly the same way. What does she say?

Example:
Estoy contento.
Yo también, estoy contenta.

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1) Estoy preocupado.
?
2) Estoy deprimido.
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3) Estoy aburrido.
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4) Estoy emocionado.
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5) Estoy nervioso.
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6) Estoy enfermo.
?

Exercise
The cast for the new theater performance was just nominated. Tell us, how everyone on the cast feels. Pay attention to the right use of the verb 'estar' together with an adjective.



Example:
Marta
____
encantad
_

Marta
está
encantad
a
.


Cristina y Eduardo
_____
nervios
__
.
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Víctor
____
deprimid
_
.
?

Rodolfo
____
enojad
_
.
?

Juanita
____
sorprendid
_
.
?

Ana y Marta
_____
celos
__
.
?

Felisa
____
content
_
.
?

Esteban y Carlos
_____
emocionad
__
.
?

Nicholás y Elena
_____
desilusionad
__
.
?


Exercise
Amigos. José and Clara, two coworkers from Barcelona, talk about where their family-members are right now and how they feel about it. What do the two say?

Example:
¿Dónde está Nicolás? (museo) ¿Cómo está? (contento)
Está en el museo. Está contento.

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1) ¿Dónde está Miguel? (cine, nervioso)
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2) ¿Dónde están Rosa y Luisa? (piscina, emocionado)
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3) ¿Dónde están Felipe y Arturo? (aeropuerto, preocupado)
?
4) ¿Dónde está Lilia? (parque, deprimido)
?




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