Free Online English Lessons Emotion Expressions: Happy and Sad 1

Vocabulary, Level B1+

These are all idioms which can be used to describe someone who is feeling happy or sad. Can you decide which ones are happy and which ones are sad? Then write down the three that you like best in your vocabulary book.

Exercise
HappySad
1. I'm down in the dumps. 
2. I'm thrilled to bits! 
3. He's out of sorts. 
4. He's being a right misery guts. 
5. She's in seventh heaven. 
6. He'll really put a damper on things. 
7. She jumped for joy. 
8. He's over the moon. 
9. It made my day. 
10. He's suffering from sour grapes. 

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