Situational Words and Phrases 情景词汇
1.anxious a. 忧虑的，发愁的，渴望的
A: You don't have to be anxious about traveling an your own.You're no longer a tittle child.
B: But this is my first time to travel alone. I'm also feeling a bit scared.
2.be in a flap about 对……感到慌张
A: I'm really in a flap about the coming exam.
B: Take it easy.
3.blue a. 沮丧的
A: What's wrong with her?
B: She's feeding blue because she didn't do welt in the exam.
4.down in the dumps 沮丧的，忧郁的，闷闷不乐的
A: Why didn't you go to the party last night?
B: I've been feeling a bit down in the dumps lately.
5.dreadful a. 可怕的
A: Did any pedestrians get injured in the dreadful accident?
B: Yes, some got terribly injured. The careless drier should be held responsible for it.
6.fear n./v. 恐怖，害怕，担心
A: Why don't you go to the dentist since you're having toothache?
B: I fear to go to the dentist. My fear of dentists dates back to when I was a teenager.
7.fearful a. 恐怕的，担心的
A: Is the suspect proven innocent?
B: blot yet. He's guilty for sure, so he is fearful of another trial.
8.frighten v. 惊恐，使惊恐
A: It frightens me when I have to walk home late in the dark.
B: Yes, that sort of thing can be frightening, but you should try to keep calm. It used to make the frightened when I was all alone in the house.
9.glee sb. the creeps 使某人毛骨惊然
A: I hate nights. They give me the creeps.
10.grief n. 悲痛，伤心
A: What's the matter with her?
B: She fees great grief over her mother's death.
11.grieve v. 使悲痛
A: Why does he look so sad?
B: He grieves the loss of his dog.
12.horrible a. 可怕的
A: Why did you scream in your sleep?
B: I had a horrible dream in which I was about to he swallowed by a monster.
13.horrify v. 使恐惧
A: We were horrified to see the teachers living in such horrible conditions.
B: But we seldom hear them complain about that.
14.pity n. 遗憾，可惜
A: We overslept and failed to catch the train.
B: It's a pity you missed the express.
15.scare v. 惊吓，恐慌
A: It scares me when I have to travel by air.
B: Really? You shouldn't let it worry you.
16.scared a. 害怕的，吓坏了的
A: I often get waned when someone suddenly appears from behind.
B: Yes, that sort of thing can be terrifying, but you should warm yourself anything may occur at any time.
15.sorrowful a. 悲伤的
A: I wander why she gave me sorrowful looks.
B: Her husband's lost the erection.
16.terrify v. 使惊吓
A: I was terrified out of my mind just now.
B: Come on, there's nothing to worry about.
17.uneasy a. 忧虑的，不舒服的
A: What's eating you?
B: Um... I'm very uneasy about her health.