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Chinese vocabulary for Feelings

哭         kū      to cry

眼泪    yǎnlèi  tears

笑        xiào   to laugh

高兴   gāoxìng   happy

惊讶   jīngyà    surprised

生气  shēngqì   angry

难过  nánguò   sad

兴奋  xìngfèn   excited

紧张   jǐnzhāng   nervous

担心   dānxīn     worried

好奇   hàoqí   curious

无聊   wúliáo  bored

害怕   hàipà    scared

不明白  bù míng bái  puzzled

讨厌    tǎoyàn   to be annoyed by

不好意思   bù hǎo yìsi   embarrassed

喜欢  xǐhuān  to like

爱     ài    to love

Language Point

更: gèng   more

他更高兴。  Tā gèng gāo xìng。  He is even happy.

我更爱他。 Wǒ gèng ài  tā。 I love him even more.

 


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