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  • 1. The ESL EFL Pages for Learning and Teaching English www.esleflpages.com © Copyright 2010 The ESL EFL Pages www.esleflpages.com www.proesl.com Happy Sad Tired Hungry
  • 2. The ESL EFL Pages for Learning and Teaching English www.esleflpages.com © Copyright 2010 The ESL EFL Pages www.esleflpages.com www.proesl.com Sick Strong Weak Angry
  • 3. The ESL EFL Pages for Learning and Teaching English www.esleflpages.com © Copyright 2010 The ESL EFL Pages www.esleflpages.com www.proesl.com Afraid Worried Surprised Confused
  • 4. The ESL EFL Pages for Learning and Teaching English www.esleflpages.com © Copyright 2010 The ESL EFL Pages www.esleflpages.com www.proesl.com Teacher Notes o Teach the vocabulary. o Teach “is”. o Teach “are”. o Teach “am”. o Teach “feel”. o Teach “feels”. o Teach question forms. o Teach negations. o Teach “was” o Teach “were” o Teach “was”. o Teach “felt”. o Teach question forms. o Teach negations. Do what you think is best. Write some notes. Notes

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