Vocabulary – Emotions ( 情感 )

  • Today we are going to learn a few words related to emotions that are commonly used.
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Happy
快乐 / 愉快

kuài lè / yú kuài

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Sad
悲伤 / 伤心

bēi shāng / shāng xīn

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Excited
兴奋

xìng fèn

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Surprised
惊讶

 jīng yà

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Scared
害怕

hài pà

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Angry
愤怒 / 生气

fèn nù / shēng qì

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Worried
忧虑 / 担心

yōu lǜ / dān xīn

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Nervous
紧张

 jǐn zhāng

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Shy
害羞

hài xiū

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Jealous
妒忌

dù jì

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Lonely
寂寞

jì mò

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Exhausted
疲惫

pí bèi

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5 thoughts on “Vocabulary – Emotions ( 情感 )”

  1. is there is any alphabets in chinese language like in english language ……… because every word is different from others .it cant be kept in memory so, easily
    is there is any easy technic to remember these characters.

  2. Unfortunately, the Chinese language is pure memorization. Unlike in English where you can extrapolate meaning and even sound them out, in Chinese, if you haven’t learned it, you will not know its meaning nor its pronunciation.

  3. Sorry I disagree with both of you. While you do have to learn Hanzi to be competent in reading and writing. There are many modern ways to learn beyond rote learning. I use many 21 Century ways learn Hanzi. There are sites of electronic flash cards, on-line dictionaries, web based and stand alone programmes to assist learning Hanzi. While I do use some traditional learning techniques…I find it better to use the many study aids to ease my learning of Hanzi.

    Using these techniques does make learning Chinese characters much easier.

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